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What is hip hop What are some of the common stereotypes and generalizations by which hip hop is conceived Is it a music that is for only one group of people Does hip hop promote violence and negativity Many people claim that it is a disgraceful mea ngless din Antagonists often claim that hip hop is offensive to many groups of people I will agree that unfortunately these are sometimes true with certain varieties of hip hop The fact is that so many artists out there are in the industry simply for the love These artists are not sellouts that are only in the industry for the money and fame Also there are many artists out there in the hip hop world that promote positivit As time goes on hip hop culture is integrating many different racial and ethnic groups It is now socially acceptable for people of all races to enjoy the many aspects of hip hop Hip hop was spurred in the late 70s The man credited as being the first rapper ever DJ Afrika Bambataa was the first to talk to his music His unorthodox style quickly became very popular in the disco and funk clubs For the lack of a better word rap was the term given to the music As more and more rappers came about the term MC or Master of Ceremonies was associated with rappers Break dancing actually originated a few years prior to DJ Afrika Bambataa Break dancers B-Boys and B-Girls would dance during the breaks in the music while steady beats were played Eventually rap and break dancing united and hip hop began The area in which hip hop first became a popular music was the Bronx The Bronx is often labeled as the birthplace of hip hop In its early stages hip hop was mostly a black and hispanic thing As hip hop has evolved over the past 20 some
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