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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Rap/Hip-Hop
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6/13/11 Hip Hop Music Hip Hop began in the South Bronx of New York city in the 1970s during the growth of the block party’s popularity. “Rap” is often synonymously used with hip hop , but hip hop represents the practices of an entire subculture. “Rap is something you do, Hip Hop is something you live.”- KRS-One
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6/13/11 Rap Rapping, also known as MCing/Emceeing is the vocal style in which the artist speaks lyrically, in rhyme and verse, generally to an instrumental or synthesized beat.
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6/13/11 Rap Roots Hip Hop’s roots are in African- American music and ultimately African music. The griots of West African are a group of traveling singers and poets who are part an oral tradition dating back hundreds of years. A griot delivers history as a poet, praise singer, and wandering
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6/13/11 Rap Rooted Jamaican immigrants also provided an influence on the vocal style of rapping inspired by the Jamaican tradition of toasting. Toasting is a style of lyrical chanting which, in Dancahall music, involves a DJ talking over a riddim. This style became popular in Jamaica in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
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6/13/11 Clive “Kool Herc” Campbell Jamaican born, DJ Kool Herc, was one of the first to bring this style to New York. Using the isolated percussion breaks of popular funk, soul, and disco records he began creating bases to be rapped over. This Jamaican dub music would become a hallmark of the hip hop style.
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6/13/11 Samples Sampling- taking any part of a music selection and applying it to another work. In the early years of Hip-Hop, this
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