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Visualize in your head a rock band and a rapper What kind of clothes are they wearing What lyric styles are they singing in And what color are they Ongoing stereotypes suggest that the rock band is a group of white musicians and the rapper would be black However examples from the past and present shows that these stereotypes are untrue Music is defined as The art of organizing tones to produce a coherent sequence of sounds to elicit an aesthetic response in a listener Morris 864 This countrys youth is unlike any others we have much control over what we do and music is something that evolves around all of us In this essay I will discuss the evolution of youth music ranging from early rock to todays hip hop stars from a muliculturalistic point of view Multiculturalism is a term identifying the presence of several significant cultures Stark 434 Without the presence of multiculturalism music may not be as diversified and rounded as it is today Through sharing ideas techniques and skills music has evolved into a vast amount of identifying styles The birth of youth oriented music began with the birth of rock and roll Many think that rock is generally composed of a white population and not many would believe that rock was actually started by blacks This shows early signs of multiculturalism through music Rock and roll music is actually a spawn of rhythm and blues that was created in the 1950s The name rock and roll was identified by Alan Freed a radio disc jockey that introduced rhythm and blues to the mainstream public and altered it for the rock and roll What Freed certainly knew but few whites were unaware of at the time was that the term rock and roll was widely used in black music as a euphemism for sex RRG 20 Concepts of rhythm and clues such as complex rhythms and call-out response and blending
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