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    The Evolution Of Hip-Hop 1979 - 2017

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    Evolution Of Rap, Best Rap Song Of Each Year.

    Hip-hop has arguably been the best genre of music in the past two decades. As hip-hop maintains its title, a lot has changed about the genre, such as the lyrics. Hip-hop has two phases, old school and new school each of which give off a different vibe.

    Old School “Hip-Hop” has music based prevalently on African American culture. Artists such as Tupac, Biggie Smalls, and Eazy-E often rap about the struggles of growing up in a racialized environment and the work they put in to get where they are today.

    In popular songs such as “Changes” by Tupac and “Juicy” by Biggie Smalls, the artists explain how they went from “negative to positive” as Biggie put it.

    Old school hip-hop is still popular today and is regarded as “classic” by many hip-hop fans.

    “New school” hip-hop has different types of lyrics. Rappers from today’s generation sing typically about girls, money, and cars they have. Some even sing about how they do drgs, drink alchl, and party which sets a bad example for some listeners. Some of these rappers today did not have it as hard as rappers back in the old days. Also Hip-hop artists now are racially diverse, so African American culture is not necessarily found in music today.

    People who grew up listening to Tupac, Biggie, Eazy-E, and so on typically do not enjoy hip-hop in today’s era. Songs written when rap was introduced were lyrically better because rappers were able to tell a story using words that rhyme and flow.

    Some songs are also more appealing to fans because they can relate to the struggles their favorite rappers faced.

    People of this generation are used to listening to new school hip-hop which is the most played genre on the radio. These same fans reject old school Hip-Hop as a part of the music genre. There are even rappers who know nothing about the most influential Hip-Hop artists.

    Growing up listening to Eminem has caused me to fall in love with him as an artist. He introduced me to Hip-Hop. But I noticed a change in the music industry. Artists wanted to be part of the mainstream industry and they had to change their music to fit into the mainstream category.

    Because of new artists in hip-hop, many lessen known artists are rarely noticed. These artists are said to be “underground.” Underground rappers usually do not make it big because they have music related to the messages embodied by old school hip-hop artists would say.

    Some people think old school Hip-Hop is better than new school Hip-Hop. And there are many people who prefer underground Hip-Hop to mainstream Hip-Hop. What do you think?

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    The Evolution Of Hip-Hop 2 1979 - 2017

    30:00

    Evolution Of Rap, Best Rap Song Of Each Year.

    Hip-hop has arguably been the best genre of music in the past two decades. As hip-hop maintains its title, a lot has changed about the genre, such as the lyrics. Hip-hop has two phases, old school and new school each of which give off a different vibe.

    Old School “Hip-Hop” has music based prevalently on African American culture. Artists such as Tupac, Biggie Smalls, and Eazy-E often rap about the struggles of growing up in a racialized environment and the work they put in to get where they are today.

    In popular songs such as “Changes” by Tupac and “Juicy” by Biggie Smalls, the artists explain how they went from “negative to positive” as Biggie put it.

    Old school hip-hop is still popular today and is regarded as “classic” by many hip-hop fans.

    “New school” hip-hop has different types of lyrics. Rappers from today’s generation sing typically about girls, money, and cars they have. Some even sing about how they do drgs, drink alchl, and party which sets a bad example for some listeners. Some of these rappers today did not have it as hard as rappers back in the old days. Also Hip-hop artists now are racially diverse, so African American culture is not necessarily found in music today.

    People who grew up listening to Tupac, Biggie, Eazy-E, and so on typically do not enjoy hip-hop in today’s era. Songs written when rap was introduced were lyrically better because rappers were able to tell a story using words that rhyme and flow.

    Some songs are also more appealing to fans because they can relate to the struggles their favorite rappers faced.

    People of this generation are used to listening to new school hip-hop which is the most played genre on the radio. These same fans reject old school Hip-Hop as a part of the music genre. There are even rappers who know nothing about the most influential Hip-Hop artists.

    Growing up listening to Eminem has caused me to fall in love with him as an artist. He introduced me to Hip-Hop. But I noticed a change in the music industry. Artists wanted to be part of the mainstream industry and they had to change their music to fit into the mainstream category.

    Because of new artists in hip-hop, many lessen known artists are rarely noticed. These artists are said to be “underground.” Underground rappers usually do not make it big because they have music related to the messages embodied by old school hip-hop artists would say.

    Some people think old school Hip-Hop is better than new school Hip-Hop. And there are many people who prefer underground Hip-Hop to mainstream Hip-Hop. What do you think?

    This Timeline shows how Hip-Hop has changed from 1979 up to 2017. Which Hip-Hop era do you prefer?

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    Evolution of Hip Hop Compilation

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    First of a compilation of my Evolution of Hip-Hop series. All beats are available

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    THE EVOLUTION OF HIP HOP

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    Evolution of Hip Hop Drug Songs

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    This could explain how Rap music has affected the youth
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    THE EVOLUTION OF HIP HOP LOVE SONGS

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    From the real heartfelt raps to the crap thats all over radio today lol Subscribe for more funny videos

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    The hip hop years part 1

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    Here is part one of the 3 part mini series The Hip Hop Years this episode covers the birth of hip hop culture and how it spread to a worldwide phenomenon.

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    DJ Kool Herc Hip Hop History

    8:15

    This is a segment from the 83 BBC documentary Beat This: A hip hop history Malcolm Mclaren describes his first hip-hop experience, followed by the legendary Kool DJ Herc.

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    Documental historia y evolución del Hip Hop

    1:23:26

    Documental de la película SCRATCH sobre la historia desde los inicios y la evolcución del HIP HOP hasta el año 2001

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    Hip-Hop History Orchestrated by JIMEK vol.2

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    A sequel to JIMEK's Orchestrated Hip-hop History was performed as an encore after two symphonic concerts with NFM Wrocław Philharmonic, on May 4th 2019 in NFM, Wrocław, Poland.

    Orchestrated and conducted by JIMEK (Radzimir Dębski)
    Drums: José Manuel Albán Juarez, Igor Falecki

    Performed by NFM Wrocław Philharmonic:

    I Violins
    Radosław Pujanek
    Bartosz Bober
    Dariusz Blicharski
    Dorota Tokarek
    Ewa Dragon
    Elżbieta Bolsewicz
    Maria Brzuchowska
    Karolina Bartoszek
    Lilianna Koman-Blicharska
    Jowita Kłopocka
    Beata Dziekańska
    Sylwia Puchalska

    II Violins
    Tomasz Bolsewicz
    Wioletta Porębska
    Anita Koźlak
    Zuzanna Dudzic-Karkulowska
    Dorota Stawinoga-Morawiec
    Marzena Wojsa
    Alicja Iwanowicz
    Krzysztof Iwanowicz
    Marzanna Kałużny
    Małgorzata Kosendiak

    Violas
    Artur Tokarek
    Bożena Nawojska
    Marlena Grodzicka-Myślak
    Ewa Hofman
    Paweł Brzychcy
    Aleksandra Wiśniewska
    Bogusława Dmochowska
    Marzena Malinowska

    Cellos
    Maciej Kłopocki
    Sylwia Matuszyńska
    Lidia Broszkiewicz
    Dorota Kosendiak
    Anna Korecka
    Robert Stencel

    Double Basses
    Damian Kalla
    Krzysztof Królicki
    Jacek Sosna
    Jan Galik

    Flutes
    Jan Krzeszowiec
    Monika Konstantynowicz

    Oboe
    Wojciech Merena

    English Horn
    Stefan Małek

    Clarinets
    Arkadiusz Kwieciński
    Michał Siciński

    Bassoons
    Alicja Kieruzalska
    Józef Czichy

    Horns
    Mateusz Feliński
    Łukasz Łacny
    Czesław Czopka
    Jan Grela

    Trumpets
    Aleksander Zalewski
    Piotr Bugaj

    Trombones
    Eloy Panizo – Padron
    Paweł Maliczowski
    Wojciech Nycz
    Mariusz Syrowatko

    Tuba
    Piotr Kosiński

    Percussion
    Miłosz Rutkowski
    Krystyna Wojciechowska
    Camille Bialas
    Zbigniew Subel

    Timpani
    Jacek Wota

    Harp
    Malwina Lipiec-Rozmysłowicz

    Pianos
    Mateusz Kołakowski
    Katarzyna Falana

    Celesta
    Barbara Sas

    Credits:
    Jay-Z & Kanye West – ****** in Paris
    Jay-Z – Big Pimpin’ ft. UGK
    Missy Elliott – Work It
    Bubba Sparxxx – Ugly (Timbaland)
    Busta Rhymes – Break Ya Neck (By Dr.Dre & Scott Storch )
    Busta Rhymes - Gimme Some More
    Missy Elliott - Lose Control
    Swizz Beatz - It's Me *itches
    Missy Elliott - Pass that Dutch (Timbaland)
    Azealia Banks - 212 ft. Lazy Jay
    Eminem, Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre
    Notorious B.I.G. - Big Poppa
    2Pac - Changes ft. Talent
    2Pac feat Dr. Dre - California Love
    Jay-Z ft. Alicia Keys - Empire State of Mind

    Special thanks to NFM and NFM Wrocław Philharmonic
    Andrzej Kosendiak – Director of the NFM

    Natalia Klingbajl – Manager of the NFM Wrocław Philharmonic
    Dorota Żak – coordinator of the NFM Wrocław Philharmonic Artistic Activities
    Maria Czerwińska – project specialist
    Jacek Sosna – personnel manager
    Zbigniew Wasik – librarian
    Andrzej Michna – librarian
    Ryszard Mazurkiewicz – stage technician
    Krystian Żychliński – stage technician
    Mikołaj Wolniewski - lighting designer

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    Support: Tomasz Lisek

    Sound Engineering: 120dB Sound Engineering
    Premix: Maciej Cybulski
    Mix & Master: Kuba Pietrzak | Juice Sound

    In association with: NFM and NFM Wrocław Philharmonic, Artmania

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    THE EVOLUTION OF HIP-HOP INTELLIGENCE

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    As seen premiered on VladTV
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    Evolution of Hip Hop Compilation

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    Hip-Hop Evolution: Eminems Hip-Hop Shop Freestyle

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    Hip-Hop Evolution - Grandmaster Flash The Origin of Scratching on Vinyl

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    Evolution Of Hip Hop Beats/Instrumentals

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    This is here is my first video i will upload. Hope you guys enjoy and sorry for all the sped up, edited and re made instrumentals. I hope you guys will subscribed and stay tuned for more vids

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    6ix9ine, DMX And The History Of Yelling In Hip-Hop | Genius News

    9:46

    Today, rappers like Ski Mask the Slump God, Sheck Wes, and 6ix9ine are known for their boisterous flows. Hip-hop has always been loud, however, and yelling has been an outlet for MCs to express their emotions on wax since its early days. Run-D.M.C. and Beastie Boys took the style to another level, setting the table for artists like Public Enemy, LL Cool J, and N.W.A.

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    40 YEARS OF HIP HOP

    3:56

    THE HOOD INTERNET presents 40 YEARS OF HIP HOP

    Over 150 songs from more than 100 artists representing 40 years of hip hop all crammed into 4 minutes. It’s not a chronological history of hip hop. It’s rappers from different eras finishing each other’s rhymes over intersecting beats, all woven together to make one song.

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    Lyrics and samples are here:


    Featuring:
    2 Pac, 50 Cent, A Tribe Called Quest, Afrika Bambaataa, Audio Two, AZ, Beastie Boys, BG, Big Pun, Biz Markie, Black Rob, Black Sheep, Blackstreet, Bobby Shmurda, Boogie Down Productions, Busta Rhymes, Cali Swag District, Cam'ron, Chamillionaire, Chance The Rapper, Clipse, Common, Craig Mack, Cypress Hill, David Banner, De La Soul, Dead Prez, Digable Planets, Digital Underground, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, DJ Kool, DJ Quik & Kurrupt, DMX, Doug E Fresh, Dr. Dre, Drake, Eazy-E, Eminem, Eric B. & Rakim, Funky 4+1, Gang Starr, Geto Boys, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, GZA, House of Pain, Ice Cube, J-Kwon, Jadakiss, Jay Electronica, Jay-Z, JJ Fad, Juvenile, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi, KRS-One, Lauryn Hill, Lil Jon & The Eastside Boys, Lil Kim, Lil Troy, Lil Wayne, LL Cool J, Ludacris, Madvillain, MC Shan, Meek Mill, MF DOOM, Missy Elliott, Mobb Deep, Montell Jordan, MOP, Nas, Naughty By Nature, Nelly, Nicki Minaj, Notorious BIG, NWA, Ol Dirty Bastard, Outakst, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Petey Pablo, Pharaohe Monch, Public Enemy, Puff Daddy, Quad City DJs, Rich Boy, Rick Ross, Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock, Run-DMC, Salt N Pepa, Scarface, Schoolly D, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Skee-Lo, Slick Rick, Snoop Dogg, Soulja Boy, Sugarhill Gang, T La Rock, T-Wayne, T.I., Terror Squad, The Fat Boys, The Fatback Band, The Fugees, The Game, The Pack, The Pharcyde, The Roots, Three 6 Mafia, Tone Loc, Tyga, UGK, Usher, UTFO, Warren G, Whodini, Wreckx-N-Effect, Wu-Tang Clan, Ying Yang Twins, Young Gunz

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    Gang Starr: History of the Hip Hop Duo

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    dead prez - Hip Hop

    3:42

    Let's Get Free:
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    Let's Get Free is the debut studio album by hip-hop duo, dead prez. Critically acclaimed upon its release, Let's Get Free was called a return to politically conscious rap and the most politically conscious rap since Public Enemy.

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    The Evolution of Underground Hip Hop

    17:57

    The history throughout the changes and evolution of underground rap
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    Hip-Hop History Orchestrated by JIMEK

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    JIMEK's orchestrated definition of hip-hop was the last encore after two symphonic concerts with NOSPR and Miuosh. Recorded at the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra Concert Hall, on March 6th & 7th 2015 in Katowice, Poland | Orchestrated and conducted by JIMEK (Radzimir Dębski) | Performed by NOSPR - Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Edited mostly from videos recorded by fans.

    Artists
    JIMEK
    NOSPR
    drums: Manolo & Wojciech Sobura

    Credits
    1. Kendrick Lamar - Swimming Pools
    2. M.I.A. - Bad Girls
    3. Wiz Khalifa - Black and Yellow
    4. 2Pac - Dear Mama
    5. Cam’Ron - Hey Ma
    5. Barry White - Basketball Jones /feat. Chris Rock
    6. Jay-Z - Girls Girls Girls (Tom Brock)
    7. Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation
    8. Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M
    9. Mobb Deep - Give Up The Goods
    10. Kanye West - Flashing Lights
    11. 50 Cent - In Da Club
    12. 50 Cent - Outta Control /feat. Mobb Deep
    13. Jay-Z - Lost One
    14. Jay-Z - Roc Boys
    15. Beastie Boys - Sure Shot
    16. Nas - Nas is Like
    17. Dr. Dre - Still D.R.E.
    18. Xzibit - Alcoholic
    19. Missy Elliott - Get Your Freak On
    20. Dr. Dre - What’s the Difference feat. Eminem
    21. M.O.P. - Cold As Ice
    22. M.O.P. - Ante Up
    23. Pharoahe Monch - Simon Says
    24. Beyoncé - Crazy In Love
    25. Snoop Dogg - Drop It Like Its Hot feat. Pharell
    26. Sisqo - Thong Song
    27. Nicky Minaj - Anaconda
    28. Wu-Tang Clan - Gravel Pit
    29. Baauer - Harlem Shake
    30. JIMEK x Pezet - Nie Muszę Wracać



    Organizers
    Dinks
    NOSPR

    Video production
    CinematicArtists.com

    Animations
    Sokka
    Rufson.com

    Sound Engineering
    Arkadiusz Zyber
    Wojciech Burski
    Krzysztof Ścieszka

    Sound editing
    Wojciech Marzec

    Light Supervisor
    Piotr Sadlik

    Technical Supervisor
    Edward Misielak


    Production Assistants
    Mirosław Rusecki
    (Prom Arte)
    Jolanta Lewandowska
    Dorota Urbańczyk-Krot
    Justyna Trukawka
    Anna Maciążek
    Jacek Jeleniewski
    Mateusz Łaszczyk

    Special thanks
    Krzysztof Śledziński
    Dominika Malik
    Grzegorz Burzyński
    Dawid Tuziak i Karolina Magiełda
    Ewa i Roland Zagórscy
    Marta Urbańczyk
    Katarzyna Jeziorowska
    Robert Czerner
    Agnieszka Zagórska
    Ewa Biskupska
    Gaweł Jakimiak
    Karolina Kaźmierczak
    Michalina Żyła
    Ilona Polańska
    Państwo Bykowscy
    Wojtany & Ochmanki

    JIMEK (Radzimir Dębski), composer and producer. JIMEK gained first international recognition when he was picked as the winner by Beyoncé and judges such as Giorgio Moroder, Isabella 'the Machine' Summers, Afrojack in Beyoncé 'End of Time' remix competition beating 3000 international contestants. The winning track was released on Beyoncé's next official release 4: the Remix.
    He graduated with a degree in composition from the Chopin Music University in Warsaw and studied orchestration and film scoring at the University of California in Los Angeles. He started to work writing music for film and tv as a teenager, constantly building up his musical workshop and versatility, which led him to his love for stylistic liberty he calls 'smuggling'. Today his work ranges from writing and conducting contemporary symphonic pieces for philharmonics to producing completely electronic beats for collaborations and film.

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    Hip-Hop Evolution Season 1 | Opening Credits / Intro | Netflix

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    From DJ Kool Herc and Run-D.M.C. to Public Enemy and N.W.A, hear the story of hip-hop from the legends who broke the rules and spawned a new sound.

    Directors: Darby Wheeler, Sam Dunn

    Writer: Rodrigo Bascunan

    Stars: Sal Abbatiello, Paul Ackerley, Bill Adler

    Song: Hip Hop by Dead Prez

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    Alyssa Marie - Evolution of Hip Hop

    6:47

    Alyssa Marie rapping over 31 different beats (1984-2015) in 6 minutes while time traveling through the growth, change, and evolution of Hip-Hop from her perspective.

    Instrumentals used (all dates are by single date on the chart, not when released on an album):
    1984: Friends - Whodini
    1985: What Does it Mean - Schoolly D
    1986: Paul Revere - The Beastie Boys
    1987: The Bridge is Over - BDP/KRS-One
    1988: Straight Out of Compton - N.W.A.
    1989: Me, Myself And I - De La Soul
    1990: Bonita Applebum - A Tribe Called Quest
    1991: Mama Said Knock You Out - LL Cool J
    1992: Rumpshaker - Wreckx-N-Effect
    1993: Insane in the Brain - Cypress Hill
    1994: C.R.E.A.M. - Wu-Tang Clan
    1995: I Got 5 on It - The Luniz
    1996: California Love - 2Pac, Dr. Dre
    1997: All About the Benjamins - Puff Daddy, The Notorious B.I.G., Lil' Kim, & The LOX
    1998: Doo-Wop (That Thing) - Lauryn Hill
    1999: Simon Says - Pharoahe Monch
    2000: So Fresh, So Clean - OutKast
    2001: Stan - Eminem
    2002: One Mic - Nas
    2003: Change Clothes - Jay-Z ft. Pharrell
    2004: All Falls Down - Kanye West
    2005: Testify - Common
    2006: Daydreaming - Lupe Fiasco
    2007: Classic - Kanye West, Rakim, KRS-One, & Nas
    2008: Mr. Carter - Lil' Wayne & Jay-Z
    2009: Microphone - Slaughterhouse
    2010: Who Dat? - J. Cole
    2011: Yonkers - Tyler the Creator
    2012: Hardknock Joey Bada$$
    2013: Control - Big Sean, Kendrick Lamar, & Jay Electronica
    2014: 0-100 - Drake
    2015: Fire Squad - J. Cole

    Intro & outro sample: Anthony Fantano

    Video shot by: Zeen Media & Speak EZ Studios
    Video edited by: Zeen Media
    Vocals mixed by: Chyno Deluxe
    Executive Producer: Scott Benson

    No copyright is claimed in this video and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster.


    Thank you to any fan and/or artist keep our genre alive.

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    From Breakin To The Shoot: 40 Years Of Hip-Hops Favorite Dances | Genius News

    6:54

    Dancing has been an integral part of hip-hop culture since B-boying, or Breaking, became popularized alongside the genre in the ‘80s. Several popular moves followed throughout the decade, including the Running Man and Cabbage Patch, while the '90s brought the Humpty Dance, Crip Walk, and P-Poppin’ (or Twerking) to the mainstream.

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    The Women Of Hip Hop | The Report

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    We take look inside the history of women's influence and progression in hip-hop.

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    Who Is Hip-Hops G.O.A.T.? 🐐| Genius News

    3:42

    The argument about which rapper is the greatest of all time, or G.O.A.T., dates back to the birth of hip-hop. LL Cool J is often credited for coining the term, but the acronym has a long history in sports. In fact, one of the earliest uses of the term—by Common on his 1997 song titled “Real Nigga Quotes”—refers to streetball legend Earl Manigault, who is said to be the original G.O.A.T. Similarly, LL Cool J’s own use of the acronym can be traced to boxer Muhammed Ali, who was known as “The Greatest.”

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    Top 10 Important Albums in Hip Hop History

    13:58

    Some are a rapper's delight, others are Straight Outta Compton. Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Important Albums in Hip Hop History. For this list, we’re focusing on albums that made a significant impact on hip-hop culture and the music industry as whole. Click here to subscribe: or visit our channel page here: Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at :)

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    the history of hip hop

    10:06

    this is a mini documentary and features kurtis blow, the sugarhill gang, grandmaster flash and the furious five,rock steady crew,debbie harry of blondie,funky four plus one,the rock steady crew and others

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    The History of Hip Hop Jewelry: From Start To Now

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    A Complete history of jewelry in the rap game, from the very first rapper to sport a gold chain to the iced out pieces of today. Take a tour through history with us.

    As rap became a larger affair and and opportunities for higher earning potential presented itself it was just a matter of time. Kurtis Blow gets credit as the first rapper in recorded history to sport gold chains on his self-titled debut album cover. Coincidentally later Blow was also the 1st to certify a gold hip hop record, so yeah more cash more flash.

    While $10,000 was a lot for a chain back in the ’80s, Roc-A-Fella members—namely Dame Dash and Biggs —thought nothing of spending $200,000 each with Jacob the Jeweler in there peak, and before Jacob ran into legal trouble. But that's another story for another day.

    Over the years we've witnessed not only the evolution of jewelry in hip hop, but the development of the industry itself. In the beginning, hip-hop was a medium for poor ghetto kids, segregated and subjected people of color of the lower income brackets.

    It was rooted in activism and resistance, not just partying and materialism, Rap was music for people who could probably never imagine themselves adorned in diamonds and precious metals.
    But it's only natural for the have nots to want to well have, even before rap existed kids in the hood idolized there local pimps and drug dealers because of the illusion of success they gave off, partly through their jewelry.

    So when a select few were able to climb out of the pits and into the ranks of the rich via rap, they wanted to flaunt it, and they really flaunted it.

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    Grab The Mic: A Hip Hop History | The 90s

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    MTV documentary hosted by SWAY CALLOWAY looking back at hip hop's evolution in the 1990s. Shared for historical purposes. I do not own the rights.

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    The History of Hip Hop - Beatbox by Eklips

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    When I saw this video for the first time, I was stunned and delighted. For me, it was a no brainer to create a video to go along with his beatbox. Once I figured out a more efficient way to cut him out of his background, the rest was pure fun to throw in.

    Here is the track list....
    0:03 -- 0:13 Sugarhill Gang -- Rapper's Delight
    0:13 -- 0:16 Grandmaster Flash -- The Message
    0:16 -- 0:24 Afrika Bambaataa -- Planet Rock
    0:24 -- 0:30 Doug E. Fresh -- La Di Da Di
    0:30 -- 0:40 Erik B and Rakim -- Paid In Full
    0:40 -- 0:46 Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock -- It Takes Two
    0:46 -- 0:50 Wreckx-N-Effect - Rump Shaker
    0:50 -- 0:54 Bring the Noise -- Public Enemy
    0:54 -- 1:02 Cypress Hill Insane in the Membrane
    1:02 -- 1:11 Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg Nuthin' But A G Thang
    1:12 -- 1:16 Das EFX - Real Hip Hop
    1:16 -- 1:20 Ol' Dirty Bastard -- Shimmy Shimmy Ya
    1:20 -- 1:26 Wu-Tang Clan -- The Mystery of Chess Boxing
    1:26 -- 1:30 Method Man -- Method Man
    1:30 -- 1:33 KRS One -- Step Into a World (Rapture Delight)
    1:33 -- 1:38 Boogie Down Productions -- South Bronx
    1:38 -- 1:40 Nas -- Represent.
    1:40 -- 1:48 Gang Starr -- Full Clip
    1:48 -- 1:51 Tupac -- California Love.
    1:52 -- 1:58 The Notorious BIG -- Kick in the Door
    1:58 -- 2:07 Eminem -- My Name Is.
    2:08 -- 2:22 M.O.P -- Ante Up
    2:21 -- 2:28 Pharaoh Monch -- Simon Says
    2:28 -- 2:38 Terror Squad -- Lean Back
    2:38 -- 2:40 Bone Thugs n'Harmony -- Mo Murda.
    2:40 -- 2:52 Eminem & Dr Dre -- Forgot about D.R.E.
    2:52 -- 2:57 Dr. Dre -- What's The Difference
    2:57 -- 3:00 Dr. Dre -- Bang Bang
    3:00 -- 3:03 Dr. Dre - Still
    3:04 -- 3:20 Busta Rhymes -- Break Ya Neck
    3:20 -- 3:22 Rick Ross -- Hustlin'
    3:22 -- 3:30 Lil Wanye -- A Mili
    3:30 -- 3:32 Red Cafe ft. Fabolous -- I'm Ill
    3:32 -- 3:44 Jay Z -- DOA
    3:44 -- 3:51 Kanye West -- Power
    3:51 -- 3:56 Dr. Dre And Jay-Z -- Under Pressure

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    MAMAMOO - Music Evolution | 2014 - 2019

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    Mamamoo (Korean: 마마무), sometimes stylized as MAMAMOO, is a South Korean girl group formed by RBW (formerly WA Entertainment) in 2014. The group officially debuted on June 18, 2014, with the single Mr. Ambiguous. Their debut was considered by some critics as one of the best K-pop debuts of 2014. They are recognized for their retro, jazz, R&B concepts and their strong vocal performances.

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    Kirk Franklin - Revolution

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    Evolution of Hip-Hop on Piano @d.ardee

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    Hip-Hop Evolution Season 2 | Opening Credits / Intro | Netflix

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    Interviews with influential MCs, DJs and moguls trace the genre's dynamic evolution from the 1970s through the 1990s in this documentary series.

    Stars: LL Cool J, Shad, Alonzo Williams

    Song: Hip Hop by Dead Prez

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    Word Revolution: A Celebration of the Evolution of Hip-Hop | GRAMMYs

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    A History Of Hip-Hop on Jeopardy! | Genius News

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    'Jeopardy!' has become a cultural staple since it first aired in the 1980s, with popular host Alex Trebek fielding thousands of questions over the years. While the game show has built a reputation for its tricky clues and become a magnet for history buffs, it has recently become known for challenging the hip-hop knowledge of its contestants.

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    Will Southern Hip Hop Ever Fall Off?

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    In this week’s Breakdown we explore the stereotype that rappers from the south are less lyrical than their counterparts from other regions and question whether the south’s reigning influence will ever waver. Award-winning journalist and author of Dirty South: Outkast, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy & The Southern Rappers Who Reinvented, Ben Westhoff provides his perspective on the topic, along with lyrical luminary Phonte Coleman. Phonte revisits the polarizing reception of Little Brother’s critically acclaimed sophomore release, The Minstrel Show—which debuted in 2005 amidst southern rap’s rising Billboard dominance. He also shares his thoughts on whether the south will ever fall off. Thank you to Matt Daniels and the good folks at Poly-Graph, as well.

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    From DJ Screw to Lil Pump: How Lean Became Hip-Hop’s Addiction | Genius News

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    Known as lean, sizzurp, purple drink and hi-tech (among other names) the drug-fueled drink of Promethazine Codeine cough syrup mixed with soda or candy has been referenced in over 30 percent of rap songs that reached the top ten of Billboard’s Hot 100 in 2017 – including Migos' “Bad and Boujee” featuring Lil Uzi Vert and Future’s “Mask Off.”

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    Hip-Hop Evolución |Historia del HIP-HOP|

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    Bienvenidos al Rincón Del Underground, en ésta ocasión, les aportamos un breve cortometraje en el que reflejamos la historia y los orígenes del HIP-HOP como cultura, que sin duda ha tenido mucha influencia sobre la gente desde su inicio, pero la mayoría de las veces se ignoran los raíces y los orígenes de éste movimiento.
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    Hip Hop History mix vol.9 - Best 1992 Hip Hop classics

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    From my own anthology on the history of Hip Hop, with 600 tracks on 30 albums (1979-2002), this is the volume 9 : the top 20 Hip Hop classics of year 1992, on a long play (LP) compilation mix (77 minutes) ; check this out, exclusive . Tracklist :



    01-Arrested Development - People Everyday (HD) (1992) 3:51 0 17
    02-Positive K - I Got a Man (1992) 3:14 0 8
    03-Naughty By Nature - Uptown Anthem (1992) 2:45 0 5
    04-House of Pain - Jump Around (1992) 3:34 0 2
    05-Wreckx n' Effect - Rump Shaker (1992) 5:06 0 4
    06-Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Doggy Dogg - Nuthin' But A G Thang (Explicit) (1992) 4:44 0 13
    07-Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg - Deep Cover (187 on an undercover cop) (1992) 3:44 0 2
    08-EPMD - Headbanger [1992] 4:49 0
    09-Kool G Rap and DJ Polo - Ill Street Blues -1992 3:47 0
    10-Eric B. & Rakim - Juice (Know The Ledge) - 1992 3:42 0
    11-Eric B. & Rakim - Don't Sweat The Technique - 1992 3:10 0
    12-Lords Of The Underground - Funky Child (1992) 3:55 0
    13-Pete Rock & CL Smooth - They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.) (1992) 4:18 0 6
    14-Das EFX - They Want EFX - Bohemia After Dark (1992) 3:39 0 4
    15-Diamond and The Psychotic Neurotics - I Went For Mine (1992) 3:14 0 18
    16-MC Serch ft. Nas, Chubb Rock & Red Hot Lover Tone - Back To The Grill (Explicit) (1992) 4:22 0 15
    17-Da Lench Mob - Guerillas In Tha Mist (1992) 4:12 0 6
    18-Ultramagnetic MC's - Poppa Large (1992) 3:42 0 5
    19-AMG - Bitch Betta Have My Money (1991-1992) 3:15 0 6
    20-N2Deep - Back To The Hotel (1992) 4:03 0 1




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    Evolution of Hip Hop Compilation REACTION

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    27 Styles of Rapping

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    How Hip Hop Became the New Rock and Roll

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    Hip hop displaced rock to become the most influential genre in music. Just like rockstars in their heyday, today's rappers are idolized and influence how we dress, speak, and act. I take a look at a few pivotal moments in each genre that led to where we are today.

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    Evolution of Hip-Hop in 56 seconds

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    Bobby Brooks gives his perspective on the evolution of Hip-Hip.

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    From Rakim To Drake: A History Of Arabic In Hip-Hop Lyrics | Genius News

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    Throughout the history of hip-hop, rappers have referenced Arabic words used in Islamic prayers in their lyrics. Regardless of whether they’re Muslim or not, many MCs have invoked the words and phrases in their proper context. Many of the references include the word, Allah, the Arabic word for God. Others use the phrases “Allahu Akbar” to praise Allah and “As-Salaam-Alaikum” to indicate friendship and brotherhood. In addition, “Inshallah” is used while hoping for a good thing, while “Mashallah” thanks God for good fortune.

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    Top 10 - The Best Hip-Hop Beefs Of All Time Feuds & Conflicts

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    Best Rap Beefs & Hip-Hop Feuds Of all Time, Best Diss Tracks.

    Nothing says rap better than a good feud! Diss Tracks & Beefs... What's beef? Is it when your mom ain't safe up in the street? Or is it actually the fifth element of hip-hop? Dating all of the way back to when Big Bank Hank of the Sugar Hill Gang borrowed Grandmaster Caz's rhyme book and used his lyrics without credit on Rapper's Delight, MCs have been feuding on and off wax for years.
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    Hip-hop is a culture built around machismo and bravado, so backing down or losing a battle could be detrimental to an artist's career. One slip-up and you could find yourself with a one-way ticket to obscurity. Certain MCs have built entire careers around beefing with other artists, while others have had their careers d*stroyed with just a couple lines. But what once began as two rappers simply battling over skill has turned into big business, with parody music videos, elaborate stage shows and entire albums dedicated to the coveted battle.

    The ante is constantly being upped to keep the fans entertained, so lines will be crossed while artists strive to find unique and creative ways to slander their opponents. Mothers, women and children have all been involved, and in the YouTube era, a rapper just might show up to your house with a camera crew looking for a br*wl.

    The best hip-hop songs of all time are those songs that touch our soul. They make us smile, laugh, cry, think, move and shake what our mama (or papa) gave us.

    I traveled back four decades and dug through a pile of tunes to compile a list of the greatest songs hip-hop has ever witnessed.

    Picking hip-hop's greatest songs is an incredibly difficult (and incredibly fun) undertaking, considering the various styles that have splintered the genre every way imaginable. Now 40 years old, hip-hop no more belongs to Bronx originators than it does to today's kids; its popularity has stretched to all corners, and the various mutations reflect that. Our picks reflect the songs that innovated, enlightened, delighted, and lasted. These are hip-hop tracks that, with any justice, our grandchildren will have on playlists that are implanted into their brains, or whatever.

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    Jaguar Skills - History of Hip Hop in 60 minutes

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    Dancing Line - The Hip Hop Evolution

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    A Latino History of Hip-Hop, Part II

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    For the second part of a two-part series on how Latinos have influenced hip-hop, Latino USA producers Daisy Rosario and Marlon Bishop explore what happens when rap music becomes big business. We hear from Spanglish rap pioneer Mellow Man Ace, chat with radio personalities Bobbito Garcia and Cipha Sounds, find out about how DJ Laz put his spin on Miami bass, and we pay tribute to the legendary Big Pun.

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