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As we approach the new millenium the Hip-Hop culture that we know and love is quickly becoming an enterprise for rich marketers to exploit The culture has been divided so much now people only know Hip-Hop as rap music and not as the culture that it once was The problem is that Hip-Hop music is such an influencing medium for the youth to communicate with that people all around the world have gained a respect for Hip-Hop that they dont usually have for any other kinds of music Thus the music has become more popular then the other aspects of Hip-Hop which has led to their public disappearance The main cause for Hip-Hops death is the way the industry has used the culture only to make profit for themselves off young influential artists and dedicated Hip-Hop fans Record companies send out questionnaires with many of their products to find out what the consumers want to buy and what they dont After learning what the average rap fan wants the record industry does away with their unpopular yet dedicated Hip-Hop artists Thus the record industry uses the popular artists only for their own financial gain Doing this they have not only began to destroy what rap music truly is they have also left out the other aspects of Hip-Hop to slowly wither away and die Many of the artists have been so deterred by fame that they too do not give credit to the other aspects of Hip-Hop Hip-Hop is being used by every form of entertainment today including TV movies and even clothing designers have stolen the Hip-Hop fashion for there own greedy purposes The industry has taken and juiced Hip-Hop for its freshness Take a look at Break Dancing for example At one time there was a chain of movies that came out after break dancing became mainstream Break Dancing was in and was marketable This is also true for graffiti Many people in
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