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HIP-HOP CULTURE

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Transcript of HIP-HOP CULTURE

HIP HOP CULTURE
HISTORY

POEM
ART: Graffiti
HIP HOP MUSIC
FASHION
How hip hop fashion has changed over the years:
1970 1980 1990 now
-Rock and disco
elements
-Tracksuit
-Sport brands
-Basketball
-Baggy
1980's

-Jewellery

-African
-Gangster
-Classical gangster
-Fur coats
Alligator skin shoes
Leather
-High class brands
-Jewelery
-Tattoo

Poem is important for rap
“Hip-hop is a perfect mix between poetry and boxing.” Jay-z
Tupac poems
Eminem's poem, Dr. Dre rap




DJ'ing & Turntablism
MC´ing/rap
Important element of Hip Hop
beat
quick speech
Graffiti
Levels
Famous artists
History
RUN-DMC - Sucker MC's
Learn about:
rap music
turntablism
breakdancing
graffiti art
The tag from Philadelphia
late sixties
New york youths
Marker -> spray can
Top-to-bottom
Window-end
End-to-end
Train stations become
museums
Trains become the ideal way to
reach million of viewers
Tags become pieces
more viewers -> more text
text becomes educative
creativity becomes important
new styles are developing
The wild style
The 3D style
The bubble style
Graffiti as a form of art
Stefan Eins
Fashion moda
gallery
Different graffiti
Designs & Styles
Famous artists
Levels of painting
1. Tag
2. Throw up
3. Piece
Stencil
Sticker
Blockbuster
Heaven
Banksy
Banksy
Keith haring
Shepard Fairey
Keith Haring
1.
2.
3.
Shepard Fairey
a very long time ago
1970´s The Bronx NYC
early 1980's
2014
1974
Books
A lot of famous books
- Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation,’ Jeff Chang, DJ Kool Herc
- HipHop America, Nelson George
- And it don’t stop: the best american hip-hop journalism of the last 25 years


Documentaries about Hiphop
Big fun in the big town
- Autumn 1986
- Bram van Splunteren

Rhythm & Reason
- 1997
- history of hiphop
- 80 artist interviewed


Nelson George
Tracksuits
Disco elements
Sportbrands
Basketball

Jewelry
Jheri Curl
Hi-top Fade
1990's
Gangster
African influences

'Classical gangster'
Dj’ing/ turntablism
MC’ing/Rap
1930
One disc:
Influence genres : Funk, soul,
jazz disco and blues
Africa Bambaataa
Flume
Chojin
921 syllables, 60 seconds
Guinness World Records

Flow
1970's
Stylized, rhythm music
beatbox
sampling
1970 Turntables --> another purpose

Mixing the breakdowns --> new song with only drums + scratching
Two discs:
DJ'ing & Turntablism
DJ Kool Herc
Africa Bambaataa
Grandmaster Flash
Electronic music
Electronic music
Africa Bambaataa - Looking for the Perfect Beat
Flume - Tennis Court
rhythm
intonation

speed
word choice
rhyme
(lyrics)
Hip Hop popularity in the world
mid 1990s - Best selling Music genre
First worldwide rap hit:
"Rapper Delight"
The Sugar Hill gang
1979
2pac
Jay Z
Snoop dogg
Dr. Dre
founder of G-Funk
Eminem
Beat Box
imitate drum beat, rhytm
and musical sounds
mouth, lips, tongue, voice

poor people
Biz Markie
Dave Crowe
Sampling
mixing song or sounds in another songs
Computer program
The Bronx NYC
- criminal gangs
- DJ Afrika Bambaataa
- Zulu Nation
- rap & break dancing


slavery
1994
1982
Hip hop in Holland
- 1982
- Breakdance --> rap
- The Milkshake Rap 1987
- Osdorp Posse 1989
The ghetto
- Slaves Africa -> America
- no job & discrimination
- ghettos

The East Coast - West Coast war
- Tupac & Notorious B.I.G. friends
- robbery and shooting in hotel
- fight between 2pac and biggie
- East Coast West Coast rivalry
- 1996 Tupac
- 1997 Notorious B.I.G.
golden age
Now
Eminem
Lil Wayne
Jay Z
'The bigger the better motto'
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