Hip+Hop-African+Diaspora

Hip+Hop-African+Diaspora - Halifu Osumare Hip-Hop and the...

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Halifu Osumare Hip-Hop Hip-Hop and the and the Africanist Africanist Aesthetic Aesthetic
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African Diaspora The cultural and geographical regions, resulting from the Atlantic slave trade, where African-based cultural forms thrive and are central to a society’s identity. Traditionally referring to North and South America and the Caribbean, today it also includes Europe and parts of Asia.
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Africanist Aesthetic The African-based cultural forms and philosophical approach existing in the African Diaspora that continue to reflect similar musical, dance, and oral practices as those in Africa; though not African, enough resemblances in the performers’ attitude and relationship to audience exist that cultural connections to African cultural practices are apparent.
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Hip Hop Elements Deejay, turntabling, mixing, producing Deejay, turntabling, mixing, producing Rapping Rapping B-boying/ B-girling (breakdance) B-boying/ B-girling (breakdance) Graffiti Art Graffiti Art Style/Attitude (Flippin’ the Script) Style/Attitude (Flippin’ the Script)
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