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  1. 1. Rap- As We Know It By: Eric Harris Royce Rowan Evan Stone Ofier Zigner
  2. 2. What is Rap and Hip Hop? - Hip-Hop - an urban youth culture associated with rap music and the fashions of African-American residents of the inner city - Rap - genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged
  3. 3. Breaking down Hip Hop 1. Music 2. Art/Aesthetics 3. Dance
  4. 4. Music… The Mc – The person on the microphone, expressing his/her thoughts and emotions through lyrics. The Dj – otherwise known as the disc jockey, play music at clubs or parties. They normally have two turntables which play records that are hooked up to a stereo system, providing music for the mc.
  5. 5. An illegal art form where artists claim territory by painting their “tag name” or message in public places. Graffiti is also known as “tagging.”
  6. 6. Dance  Break Dancing – also known as b-boying (break boys), is a form of hip hop dancing. The dancers acquired the name b-boys because they would dance during the “break” in the song.
  7. 7. Tupac Amaru Shakur (Shining Serpent Thankful to God) (June 16, 1971-September 13, 1996)
  8. 8. Hip Hop when it started it was supposed to be this new thing that had no boundaries and was so different to everyday music. Now it seems like I was starting to get caught up in the mode of what made hip hop come about. As long as the music has the true to the heart soul it can be hip hop. As long as it has soul to it, hip hop can live on. -Tupac Shakur
  9. 9. “ It’s all about Tupac’s Message addressing the problems that we face in everyday society” -Police brutality -Poverty -Unemployment -Insufficient education -Disunity -Violence -Crime -Teenage pregnancy
  10. 10. Changes Cops give a damn about a negro pull the trigger kill a nigga he's a hero Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares one less hungry mouth on the welfare First ship 'em dope & let 'em deal the brothers give 'em guns step back watch 'em kill each other
  11. 11. “Years after his death, Popular Tupac Shakur is still releases considered one of the include: most influential rap •“Brenda’s got a Baby” artists of all time.” •“Changes” •“Keep ya’ head up” •“California Love” …and has worked with various artists such as Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Notorious BIG, and Bone Thugz N’ Harmony.
  12. 12. West Coast East Coast oCoolio oCypress Hill oBeastie Boys oD12 oDMX oDr. Dre oDe La Soul oE40 oJay-Z oMack 10 oKRS-One oNate Dogg oLL Cool J oN.W.A oNas oSnoop Dogg oNotorious BIG oTupac oP. Diddy oXzbit oWill Smith
  13. 13. Influence  Southern rap -50 Cent -Talib Kweli -Mos Def -Snoop Dogg -Dr.Dre -Ja Rule
  14. 14. Example of new artists being influenced by Tupac…
  15. 15. The originator of west side… Even old people are influenced by Tupac!
  16. 16. In May 1985, Tipper Gore helped to create the Parents' Music Resource Center. Its board of directors consisted of 17 "Washington Wives", married to senators, congressmen and Cabinet officials. Their objective was to educate and inform parents of “the alarming trend towards lyrics that are violent and sexually explicit,” by allowing stricter enforcement of obscenity laws. AKA CENSORSHIP!
  17. 17. President George Bush denounced Ice- T’s song Cop Killer and any record company that would release such a product. His Vice President Dan Quayle described Cop Killer as “obscene trash.”
  18. 18. Rap music has always been a popular target for politicians because of its depiction of controversial subjects such as sex, crime, politics, and the economic position of their community.
  19. 19. The End
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