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Hip Hop Culture

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Tara Lee

on 26 March 2015

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Transcript of Hip Hop Culture

Hip Hop Dance
Locking
POPPING
Funk Style
1970's
Disco,Funk,Electric
House
Hip-Hop Culture
HIP - HOP
-
current
-now
What Makes Hip-Hop?
Turntablism/DJ-ing
Hip-Hop
-
Hopping
movement
Two Separate Slang Term
African American

4 distinct elements
Rap music
Turntablism or DJing
Breaking
Graffiti art

Dance
Self expression
proclaim an alternative to try/ challenge merely evoke the mood of such circumstance and environment

Fashion
- Writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place.

- Expression underlying social and political messages.

-Tagging/ tagger

what is Graffiti?
changing of the HipHop Fashion
Identity
Hip-Hop Movement


- engages with social problems in urban communities

- born out of social turmoil, sees a problem in society, addresses through artistic revolt

- particular concentrated with black nationalism
and empowerment


*Subculture
South Bronx amongst black and Latino youth
1970s in New York City

70's
Punk Rock and Hardcore Punk

*Expression of the African American experience


Breaking
"breaking" was slang
at the time for
"getting excited",
"acting energetically" or "causing a disturbance"
Funk style
1970's
Funk and Soul
krumping

*free, expressive,
exaggerated,
and highly energetic
movement

*to escape gang life, to release anger, aggression and frustration positively, in a non-violent way.
- Spoken word poetry to beat

-Main components; content, flow (rhyme and rhythm), and delivery

-Accessible- anyone can rap

-Individual- self expression, address social issues/taboo subjects
RAP
-importance of individual style
-influenced by black nationalism/traditional African style
Kente cloth, chains, dreadlocks, ect.
-Street wear
Sneakers, baseball caps,
-Oversized
-Jewelry
-Hair
Hip Hop Graffiti
- The relationship between graffiti and hip hop culture arises both from early graffiti artists engaging in other aspects of hip hop culture.

- Graffiti is understood as a visual expression of rap music, just as distruction is viewed as a physical expression.

- Tagging/ Tagger
Oldschool HipHop
True Hip Hop
NewStyle,LA style,Urban Dance
Rn'B
1980's
House music
visual
physical


"Hip Hop saved a lot of lives" -
Tony Tone
From Cold Crush Brothers




- The technique of manipulating sounds and creating music

- One of Hip-Hop music elements

- Disc Jockey

- offering a music for MC who is rapping

*with a gangster image
*always be linked to dirty, drugs, sex and money

*Love & Peace
*evolving spirit and consciousness of urban youth that keeps recreating itself in a never-ending cycle.
*Cultural response to historic oppression and racism, a system for communication among black communities throughout the United States
*Self Expressing


very influential and Important group in Hip Hop Culture Since 1978
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