The Effects of the hip hop culture on society
[Name] [Professor] [Subject] [Date] The Hip Hop Culture and Its Effect in Society The Hip Hop Culture There are many opinions about the meaning of hip-hop culture but the real meaning of the word would depend on the opinion of the person who is using the word . Hip Hop can be defined as making music through unification of words that would electrify a target audience in a groove anywhere . Another writer defines Hip Hop as an expression and critique of reality (3 . Camellerie thought of Hip-hop as not only
The Hip Hop Culture and Its Effect in Society
The Hip Hop Culture
There are many opinions about the meaning of hip-hop culture but the real meaning of the word would depend on the opinion of the person who is using the word . Hip Hop can be defined as making music through unification of words that would electrify a target audience in a groove anywhere . Another writer defines Hip Hop as an expression and critique of reality (3 . Camellerie thought of Hip-hop as not only
an industry but as a sign of the changing times (par 2 . The most appropriate meaning of the word based on the opinion of the author is that Hip hop is a culture born out of injustice and adopted as the voice of the people who had experienced injustice and inequality in society (Sanchez par 1
Types of Hip hop Genre
As stated above , Hip hop can be seen as an ideology of rebellion . The construction of Hip Hop identities is based on different ideologies . It does not only focus on how rappers conform to an accepted ideology but it also considers how the members of the ideology rebel against society 's view . According to HipHoplinguistics .com , there are three main ideologies in three different forms of rap in hip hop ( Hiphop Ideologies ' par 3 . These are Gangster Rap , Political Rap , and Underground Rap . The gangster rap members of Hip Hop reject the inferior social class status that society had placed on them . They define that the majority class possess the same gangster like qualities . The Gangster rap makes use of images in urban life associated with violence and crime ( Hiphop Ideologies , par 4 . Examples of Gangster Hip Hop artist are Eminem , Dr . Dre , and 2PAC . Eminem in his song Who Knew opposes the American society 's beliefs . He questioned the existence of violence in the country that allows firearms and violent movies ( Hiphop Ideologies , par 5 . Dr . Dre , in his song The watcher rebels against certain societal group , the police . He had expressed his belief that the police trapped in the same place we are raised in and that the violence is due to the introduction of people who look like stangers ( Hiphop Ideologies , par 6 . Another example that was given by Hip Hoplinguistics .com is 2Pac . In his song the Violent , 2 Pac rebels against the actions of society and shows his belief that society created the need to have gangster-like ' qualities and blamed society for their violent actions ( Hiphop Ideologies , par 7
Political Rap deals with the issues and current events . Political rap lyrics are used to rebel against the government and it refers to the actions as having the negative effects all over the world . The political rappers based their ideologies that rebels against the government Hiphop Ideologies ,par 8 ) Examples of artists who are into the political rap are Jay-Z , Talib Kweli and the Geto Boys . Jay-Z in his song Justify My Thug , directly opposes the...
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