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Have you ever listened to or overheard a rap song and thought about how vulgar it was and wonder how something like that ever made it to the public Well if you think rap music has a negative influence on people youre not alone Since the late 1980s rap music has been called the Anti Christ in our culture because of its so-called influence in peoples life People swear up and down that the music is why people especially the youth resort to violent crimes Rap is defined as a style of popular music consisting of improvised rhymes performed to a rhythmic accompaniment It didnt really become popular until the early 80s Over the years it has become mainstream music everyone is listening to it In 1989 a local group called NWANiggaz Wit Attitudes came from out of LA and changed rap which was the start of Gangsta Rap In their lyrics they talked about crime street violence and killing Once they were a huge hit it caught on and really thats when all this madness started Everyone started rapping gangsta style More and more people started rapping about police brutality and killing people and with that crime rose to high levels In all these years of rap though there are three people who took the most criticism from the public Dr Dre is one After NWA broke up he went on to do his own thing and after he released The Chronic he became a star He took rap to a higher level where it never been before He was rapping about drive bys having sex with hundreds of women drinking alcohol all-day and so on By this time the crime rate was sky high Most rappers loved the style Dr Dre created and so they tried to take that style and create something of their own Dr Dre he helped a rising star Snoop Doggy Dog to become a big star by guest
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