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Hip-Hops Culture Eminem Dr Dre Nas Eve Missy Elliot Tribe Called Quest these are all known for their best flows and culture beat of Hip-Hop But how can we define Hip-Hop In the early 90s Hip-Hop began to rise and its popularity became more big as early hip-hoppers brought the country to its feet from its unique beats and its possessive lyrics Most songs in the early Hip-Hop days were about simple lives of different people going through a rough time or hanging out with the homes But as we can see and hear Hip-Hop has become more widely known for its indecent and powerful lyrics that explain more of violence sex and drug theme There are 3 main reasons why I think Hip-Hop has changed in a more cruel and negative way in the past 10 years One is how Rap and Hip-Hop music videos show a great amount of violence and sexual scenes towards each other especially when it comes to race and sex Women in videos like Juveniles Back That Azz Up represent them in a whore matter which show young women in thongs very tight and short and sensual clothing Also more sex or rape is shown videos like Three Six Mafias Tear Da Club Up In the early Hip-Hop years we saw videos of how homeboys hang out together their simple of difficult lives and their pimping situations If a child sees these views from a rappers views and its lyrics the child will have a greater chance to grow up to be violent or aggressive with in his life and others The other is how the Hip-Hop groups or solos represent their hate orand believes through their names For example Ghost Face
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