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Two hip hop DJs creating new music by mixing tracks from multiple record players. Hip hop musicalso called hip-hop [3] [4] or rap music[4] [5] [6] is a music genre developed in the United States by inner-city African Americans in the s which consists of a stylized rhythmic music that commonly accompanies rapping, a rhythmic and rhyming speech that is chanted. Hip hop as both a musical genre and a culture was formed during the s when block parties became increasingly popular in New York City, particularly Острова - Михаил Шуфутинский - Дуэты Разных Лет 2 African-American youth residing in the Bronx.

Turntablist techniques such as scratching and beatmatching developed along with the breaks and Jamaican toasting, a chanting vocal style, was used over the beats. Rapping developed as a vocal style in which the artist speaks or chants along rhythmically with an instrumental or synthesized beat. However, during the s, it began to spread to music scenes in dozens of countries, many of which mixed hip Prologue To The Symphonic Legends - Winds Of War - Scorpions - Scorpions with local styles to create new subgenres.

New school hip hop was the second wave of hip hop music, originating in —84 with the early records of Run-D. The Golden age hip hop period was an innovative period between the mids and the early s. Gangsta rap is a subgenre of hip hop that often focuses on the violent lifestyles and impoverished conditions of inner-city African-American youth. Schoolly We Three Kings Of Orient Are - The Beach Boys - The Beach Boys Christmas Album, N.

A, Ice-T, Ice Cube, and the Geto Boys are key founding artists, known for mixing the political and social commentary of political rap with the criminal elements and crime stories found in gangsta rap.

Dre and Snoop Dogg. East Coast hip hop in the early to mid s was dominated by the Afrocentric jazz rap and alternative hip hop of the Native Tongues posse as well as the hardcore rap of artists such as Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang Clan, and Onyx. East Coast hip hop also had gangsta rap musicians such as the Notorious B. In the s, hip hop began to diversify with other regional styles emerging, such Cocaine Cool (Kasper Bjørkes 21st Century Remix) - Various - Songs For Mimi : True Love Will Find Y Southern rap and Atlanta hip hop.

At the same time, hip hop continued to be assimilated into other genres of popular music, examples being neo soul e. Hip hop became a best-selling genre in the mids and the top selling music genre by The popularity of hip hop music continued through the s, with hip hop influences also increasingly finding their way into mainstream pop.

The United States also saw the success of regional styles such as crunk e. Starting insales of hip hop music in the United States began to severely wane.

During the mids, alternative Seasons Greetings From Jermaine Jackson - The Jackson 5 - Ultimate Christmas Collection hop secured a place in the mainstream, due in part to the crossover success of artists such as OutKast and Kanye West.

B were the most popular rappers. During the s, rappers such as Drake, Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar all have been extremely popular. Trap, a subgenre of hip hop, also has been popular during the s with hip hop artists and hip hop music groups such as Migos, Travis Scott, and Kodak Black. The creation of the term hip hop is often credited to Keith Cowboy, rapper with Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.

Hip hop as music and culture formed during the s in New York City from the multicultural exchange between African-American youth from the United States and young immigrants and children of immigrants from countries in the Caribbean.

It is hard to pinpoint the exact musical influences that most affected the sound and culture of early hip hop because of the multicultural nature of New York City. This influence was brought on by cultural shifts particularly because of the Cocaine Cool (Kasper Bjørkes 21st Century Remix) - Various - Songs For Mimi : True Love Will Find Y immigration of Jamaicans to New York Welcome Home - Louis Prima - Blue Moon and the American-born Jamaican youth who were coming of age during the s.

In the s, block parties were increasingly popular in New York City, particularly among African-American, Caribbean and Latino youth residing in the Bronx. Block parties incorporated DJs, who played popular genres of music, especially funk and soul music.

Due to the positive reception, DJs began isolating the percussive breaks of popular songs. This technique was common in Jamaican dub music, [30] and Cocaine Cool (Kasper Bjørkes 21st Century Remix) - Various - Songs For Mimi : True Love Will Find Y largely introduced into New York by immigrants from the Caribbean, including DJ Kool Herc, one of the pioneers of hip hop. Because the percussive breaks in funk, soul and disco records were generally short, Changin Times - Nazareth - The Very Best and other DJs began using two turntables to extend the breaks.

Herc created the blueprint for hip hop music and culture by building upon the Jamaican tradition of impromptu toasting, a spoken type of boastful poetry and speech over music. A second key musical element in hip hop music is emceeing also called MCing or rapping. Emceeing is the rhythmic spoken delivery of rhymes and wordplay, delivered at first without accompaniment and later done over a beat.

The MC would introduce the DJ and try to pump up the audience. MCs would also tell jokes and use their energetic language and enthusiasm to rev up the crowd. Eventually, this introducing role developed into longer sessions of spoken, rhythmic wordplay, and rhyming, which became rapping. By hip Chacona En Sol Menor - Vitali*, Tartini*, Nardini* - Vitali - Tartini - Nardini music had become a mainstream genre.

This form of music playback, using hard funk and rock, formed the basis of hip hop music. Street gangs were prevalent in the poverty of the South Bronx, and much of the graffiti, rapping, and b-boying at these parties were all artistic variations on the competition and one-upmanship of street gangs.

As a result, the hip Amal (Fortes Despérer) - Julie Zenatti - Méditerranéennes - Ici Ou Là-bas genre, barely known outside of the Bronx at the time, grew at an astounding rate from onward.

Billboard Hot —the song itself is usually considered new wave and fuses heavy pop music elements, but there is an extended rap by Harry near the end. The first sampler that was broadly adopted to create this new kind of music was the Mellotron used in combination with the TR drum machine. As well, the art of Jamaican toasting, a style of talking or chanting into a microphone, often in a boastful style, while beats play over a sound system, was an important influence on the development of hip hop music.

Toasting is another influence found in Jamaican dub music. Boxer Muhammad Ali, as an influential African-American celebrity, was widely covered in the media. Ali influenced several elements of hip hop music. Rapping, also referred to as MCing or emceeing, is a vocal style in which the artist speaks lyrically and rhythmically, in rhyme and verse, generally to an instrumental or synthesized beat. Rappers may write, memorize, or improvise their lyrics and perform their works a cappella or to a beat.

However, the majority of the genre has been accompanied by rap vocals, such as the Sci-fi influenced electro hip hop group Warp 9. The roots of rapping are found in African-American music and ultimately African music, particularly that of the griots of West African culture. Rufus Thomas. They were also finding other D. Hepcatin Hip hop as music and culture formed during the s in New York City from the multicultural exchange between African-American youth from the United States and young immigrants and children of immigrants from countries in the Caribbean [73].

The Jamaican DJ dance music was deeply rooted in the sound system tradition that made music available to poor people in a very poor country where live music was only played in clubs and hotels patronized by the middle and upper classes.

Although other influences, most notably musical sequencer Grandmaster Flowers of Brooklyn and Grandwizard Theodore of the Bronx contributed to the birth of hip hop in New York, and although it was downplayed in most US books about hip hop, the main root of this sound system culture was Jamaican.

DJ Kool Herc and Coke La Rock provided an influence on the vocal style of rapping by delivering simple poetry verses over funk music breaks, after party-goers showed little interest in their previous attempts to integrate reggae-infused toasting into musical sets. Later, the MCs grew more varied in their vocal and rhythmic delivery, incorporating brief rhymes, often with a sexual or scatological theme, in an effort to differentiate themselves and to entertain the audience.

These early raps incorporated the dozens, a product of African-American culture. The style was documented for release to a worldwide audience for the first time in documentaries and movies such as Style WarsWild Styleand Beat Street. Although there were many early MCs that recorded solo projects of note, such as DJ Hollywood, Kurtis Blow and Spoonie Gee, the frequency of solo artists did not increase until later with the rise of soloists with stage presence and drama, such as LL Cool J.

Most early hip hop was dominated by groups where collaboration between the members Firewalker - Annabelle Chvostek - Live From Folk Alley integral to the show. Pictured is Chic at a concert.

Hip hop music was both influenced by disco music, as disco also emphasized the key role of the DJ in creating tracks and mixes for dancers. As well, hip hop from the late s used disco tracks as beats. At the same time, hip hop music was also a backlash against certain subgenres of late s disco.

While the early disco was African-American and Italian-American-created underground music developed by DJs and producers for the dance club subculture, by the late s, disco airwaves were dominated by mainstream, expensively recorded music industry-produced disco songs.

According to Kurtis Blow, the early days of hip hop were characterized by divisions between fans and detractors of disco music. The disco sound had a strong influence on early hip hop music.

Their styles differed from other hip hop musicians who focused on rapid-fire rhymes and more complex rhythmic schemes. In Washington, D. The DJ-based genre of electronic music behaved similarly, eventually evolving into underground styles known as house music in Chicago and techno in Detroit.

The earliest hip hop music was performed live, at house parties and block party events, and it was not recorded. Prior torecorded hip hop music consisted mainly of PA system soundboard recordings of live party shows and early hip hop mixtapes by DJs.

By the early s, all the major elements and techniques of the hip hop genre were in place, and bythe electronic electro sound had become the trend on the street and in dance clubs. Louis, New Orleans, Houston, and Toronto. Hip hop music became popular in Philadelphia in the late s. DJ Jazzy Jeff, who is also a record producer, manipulating a record turntable in England in The s marked the diversification of hip hop as the genre developed more complex styles.

In the s, hip hop music typically used samples from funk and later, from disco. The mids marked a paradigm shift in the development of hip hop, with the introduction of samples from rock music, as demonstrated in the albums King of Rock and Licensed to Ill.

Hip hop prior to this shift is characterized as old-school hip hop. Even in the s, hip hop producers still use samples. The proliferation of electro hip hop and hip hop records in the early s can be attributed to the new beat-making abilities that the newly-available Roland TR drum machine provided to beatmakers and producers.

Hitting the market init became the drum machine of choice because of its affordability and the unique character of its analog, synthesized drum sounds, especially its bass drum sound, which had a deep, solid sound in club PA systems. Even in the s, the Cocaine Cool (Kasper Bjørkes 21st Century Remix) - Various - Songs For Mimi : True Love Will Find Y drum sound is used by hip hop producers.

Over time sampling technology became more advanced. However, earlier producers such as Marley Marl used drum machines to construct their beats from small excerpts of other beats in synchronisation, in his case, triggering three Korg sampling-delay units through a Roland Later, samplers such as the E-mu SP allowed not only more memory but more flexibility for creative production. This allowed the filtration and layering different hits, and with a possibility of re-sequencing them into a single piece.

With the emergence of a new generation of samplers such as the AKAI S in the late s, producers did not have to create complex, time-consuming tape loops. The process of looping a break into a breakbeat now became more commonly done with a sampler, now doing the job which so far had been done manually by the DJs using turntables. The lyrical content and other instrumental accompaniment of hip hop developed as well.

As well, the lyrics were performed over more complex, multi-layered instrumental accompaniment. Independent record labels like Tommy Boy, Prism Records and Profile Records became successful in the early s, releasing records at a furious pace in response to the demand generated by local radio stations and club DJs.


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