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mediajournal#10 - Tyler Carlson MUH 2019 Section 3 November...

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Tyler Carlson MUH 2019 Section 3 November 20, 2009 Media Journal #10 Beginning around the 1970s a new cultural influenced genre was born. Hip-hop nation was an epidemic that raced across the United States. With it’s rebellious lyrical content, backed with the hardcore appeal of the gangster rappers, found its place in the American youth’s cd players. In Brooklyn, New York, around the seventies economic troubles faced by the African American youth was vented and battled by creating rap music. Influenced by Caribbean and African American youth, rap music began as lyrical expression over basic beats, usually created by beat boxing. This new controversial style continued into the nineties and was lead by artists such as the Notorious B.I.G., Snoop Dogg, NWA, and others. These new very controversial artists caught the attention of parents, teenagers, and the media. The media viewed rap music as “the devil’s music”, which according to mainstream media influenced kid in a hundred percent negative way. For example, they correlated rap music with violence of all kinds towards women and
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course MUH MUH2019 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at FSU.

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