jt - Jon Teklai To prove that hip­hop is not music or...

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Unformatted text preview: Jon Teklai To prove that hip­hop is not music or Black music anymore. Samuels is a conservative The content has changed Whites are the biggest audience in hip­hop and they control who The content is forced Rap music started as dance music It became popular because of the ease and spread throughout Black neighborhoods everywhere The image was simple and so was the production of the music Music with a message was not accepted at first The type of acts that opened up white audiences became increasingly black Middle­Class rap The political style reminded whites of rock music The package of a rapper was increasingly emphasized Aural cartoons created a possibility for gangster rap Schooly D NWA brought gangster rap to the public Ghettocentrism­a style driven cult of blackness defined by crude stereotypes The need for authenticity The loss of influence Voyeurism­Whites journey into black culture Whites shaping hip hop made it not “music” Consumption of racist stereotypes Who plays a bigger role in the shaping of hip hop, Black or White people. Growth in hip hop also determined the path of hip hop Whites are also being influenceed The underground is still alive ...
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