PHATbeats

PHATbeats - Written by Dr. Halifu Osumare beats Presented...

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beats Presented By Tim Discar Written by Dr Halifu Osumare .
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Before we get into PHAT BEATS… Let’s take a quick look at a fundamental break in Hip Hop. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SaFTm2bcac
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Halifu Osumare,  Ph.D Scholar/Artist Involved for over thirty years as a  dancer, choreographer, teacher,  administrator and scholar.  M.A. in Dance Ethnology from San  Francisco State University and a  Ph.D. in American Studies from the  University of Hawai`i at Manoa.  Associate Professor of African  American and African Studies at  University of California, Davis, and her  book, The Africanist Aesthetic in  Global Hip-Hop: Power Moves (2007),  is published by Palgrave Macmillan. 
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The rhythm, or beat,  is the main  component of  Western popular  music. This rhythm can be  traced back to the  life force, Nommo. The call and 
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