MUSI-LECTURE-5.docx - Week 5 The Globalization of Hip Hip Culture The Arrival of Hip Hop Part II West Coast Dance Styles West coast late 1960s 1st type

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Week 5: The Globalization of Hip Hip Culture “The Arrival of Hip Hop Part II” West Coast Dance Styles West coast – late 1960s 1 st type of pro street dance “locking” made it into studios Locking – 5 subgenres Ticking Struttin Boogaloo Hittin 1983 film Flashdance first to feature break dancing provided west coast dancers with their first look at east coast dancing, then they emerged A dance style hybrid of West Coast and East Coast Hip Hop Lexicon lexicon / argot – African American culture 1930s and 1940s of swing and Bebop ( terms used before year 2000) Terms **Quiz** Beats: Mc’s call the music they perform Freestyle makeup rhymes in lyrical fashion , improvise Flow: lyricist cadence. Interaction of words with musical arrangements MC: master of ceremonies Rapping: rhyming is synonymous Old school: reminiscent of past processes, virtues Underground: music that is not mainstream Whack: music poor quality someone that is nuisance Beef: conflict or disagreement Bite: plagiarism, steal styles The bomb: high quality Crew: organized group of writers Def: excellent Dope: highest order Diss: to discount, reduce, or reject
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