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  • KPOP MAMAMOO MUSIC EVOLUTION 2014-2019 HIP

    5:20

    KPOP MAMAMOO (마마무) MUSIC EVOLUTION 2014-2019 'HIP'

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    Songs (Tracklist)
    1. Don’t Be Happy feat Bumkey
    2. Peppermint Chocolate
    3. Mr.Ambiguous
    4. Piano Man
    5. Ahh! Oop! With eSNa
    6. Um Oh Ah Yeh
    7. Girl Crush
    8. 1cm (Taller Than You)
    9. You're The Best
    10. Hometown
    11. Woo Hoo
    12. Angel (Solar & Whee In)
    13. Dab Dab (Hwasa & Moonbyul)
    14. New York
    15. Tears
    16. I Love Too
    17. Décalcomanie
    18. Memory
    19. Aze Gag
    20. Yes I am
    21. Paint Me
    22. Star Wind Flower Sun
    23. Starry Night
    24. Everyday
    25. Sky Sky
    26. Egotistic
    27. Wind Flower
    28. GoGoBeBe
    29. Gleam
    30. Hip

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  • The history of Jazz and Hip-Hop

    4:30

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  • Evolution of Hip-Hop on Piano @d.ardee

    8:20

    CHEFTAPE, the album, Available June 7th !

    Arranged by D. Ardee
    No sheet music
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    Tracklist:

    It Was A Good Day (0:06)
    Big Poppa (0:18)
    Regulate (0:41)
    Juicy (0:52)
    C.R.E.A.M. (1:12)
    I Got 5 On It (1:22)
    I Ain't Mad Atcha (1:44)
    Changes (2:07)
    Still Not A Player (2:37)
    Real Slim Shady (2:49)
    What's The Difference (2:57)
    Still D.R.E (3:08)
    X (3:29)
    Roses (3:50)
    Flashing Lights (4:09)
    Stronger (4:30)
    Homecoming (4:46)
    Crack a Bottle (5:08)
    All of the Lights (5:25)
    Amen (5:44)
    Crooked Smile (5:56)
    Who Do You Love (6:07)
    Ayo (6:23)
    Loyal (6:36)
    Best Friend (6:45)
    Pick Up the Phone (7:00)
    Good Drank (7:12)
    Mask Off (7:35)
    Look Alive (7:48)

    ©2018 D. Ardee Music, a division of CBG Music

  • Hip-Hop History Orchestrated by JIMEK

    9:59


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

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

    1:47

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  • Anthony Fantano clip from lecture on evolution of Rap/Hip-Hop

    2:44

    Anthony Fantano lecture on evolution of Rap/Hip-Hop on his West Coast Tour May 2019 Live at Crocodile in Seattle

  • Hip-Hop History Orchestrated by JIMEK vol.2

    5:18

    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

    Video by:
    CINEMATIC ARTISTS
    marcinopas.com
    Crew:
    Marcin Opas
    Piotr Łukasiak
    Michał Tomasiczek
    Gabriela Kinga Dębicka
    Małgorzata Opas
    Rental:
    Krzysztof Marek | Strip-Studio

    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

    Best regards,
    emalka

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

    3:45

    '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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  • Evolution of Hip-Hop in 56 seconds

    56

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

  • Arrested Development - interview - Spike Lee, evolution of Southern hip-hop

    18:54

    In this interview, conducted in Warsaw, Poland after AD's latest show, we spoke with Speech, Fareedah and Tasha LaRae about their two albums from 2016 Changing The Narrative and This Was Never Home, their 1994 album Zingalamaduni, working with Spike Lee on Revolution from the soundtrack to his epic joint Malcolm X and the role that Chuck D and Public Enemy had in AD's career. Speech also described in depth the evolution of Southern hip-hop and detailed the groundbreaking role that AD had in this process, as well as the similarities between them and groups like Outkast or Goodie Mob... Enjoy!

    Interviewers: Marcin Natali, Maciej Wojszkun

  • Dancing Line - The Hip Hop Evolution

    2:38

    Yo yo wat up blud! It's da new Dancing Line Level and it be totally hip! It's time to go old skool as we venture through the evolution of Hip-Hop music.

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  • The Evolution of Hip Hop Dance

    6:05

    Zachariah Schmitt's original Evolution of Hip Hop Dance Performance
    (sorry about the video quality its not the best)

  • 나하은 - HIP 댄스커버

    2:39

    #마마무 #MAMAMOO #RBW

    안녕하세요 여러분 !
    400만 되고 올리는 첫 댄스커버 입니닷!!!!
    이번 댄스커버도 즐겁게 봐주세요!
    그럼 모두 어썸나잇!!!

    Hey guys! First video after reaching 4 Million!
    Hope you guys enjoy this video !
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  • Steve Lobel Details Evolution Of Hip Hop Marketing

    3:43

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    Shot By: James Kreisberg @ex_james & Ahmed Sabir-Calloway @akthentik
    Edited By: @akthentik

  • | CORRECTED | MAMAMOO 마마무 - HIP | Line Distribution

    4:01

    | CORRECTED | MAMAMOO 마마무 - HIP | Line Distribution


    Intro/Song: Mamamoo - HIP


    Outro: Mamamoo - gogobebe



    #MAMAMOO #마마무 #HIP #gogobebe #고고베베
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  • How J Dillas Donuts Influenced Hip Hop

    14:46

    How J Dilla’s Donuts Influenced hiphop is about a legendary producer. His Moog synthesizer and MPC 3000 sampler are featured in the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and and Culture. That alone should help you realise the impact this man had on music as a whole

    He’s worked with some of hip hops greatest artists and been revered by critics and fans alike. Pharell named him his favourite producer of all time, Kanye said “One of the best days of my life was when he handed me a record with drums on it”.

    This video is firstly an introduction to J Dilla if you don’t already know about him and secondly will be a detailed analysis of some of his tracks from a hip hop classic, Donuts. J Dilla born, James Yancey ,was a product of Motown, a style of music that fused soul and pop elements in the 1960s that was immensely popular

    His dad Beverly Yancey worked for the ford motor company for 40 years and was a friend of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy. His dad was a vocal coach who played upright bass, and his mother Maureen sang in various styles. including jazz, opera and gospel. His parents were strict and pushed him into any musical endeavour they could from a young age to keep him out of trouble. How J Dilla’s Donuts Influenced hiphop is a look into a master musician.

    J Dilla sadly passed away at 32 of Lupus, an autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body and has no known cure. He released Donuts 3 days before he passed on the 10th February 2006. He spent his last 9 months in Hospital

    Despite this He produced 29 of the 31 tracks on Donuts and other unreleased volumes using this simple portable equipment while bedridden.

    He’s often been compared to Mozart, who himself wrote part of Requiem while on his own deathbed. Two musicians separated by generations but linked by devotion to sound.
    So before we get into Donuts – what actually was J Dilla’s speciality? They were his Basslines, Non-Quantized drum beats and his sampling style. So lets start with basslines. He often made his Basslines contrast to the melody of the sample used

    He used to also lack quantization his beats, for example on Untitled/Fantastic by slum village look at how the upbeats of hi-hat and kick drum patterns occur slightly after the eighth-note divisions and the snare pattern occurs slightly before beats two and four.

    Knowing this, let’s jump into Donuts and certain tracks on it to study his intricate skills
    Donuts was named after the 45rpm vinyl and one of his favourite snacks. Donuts, like the food, is circular: in the musical case it can be played on loop seamlessly. The first track Donuts outro and last track Welcome to the show even use the same sample.

    The album appropriately features key themes on Death, love and self reflection. J Dilla knew his fate for some time – just read the tracklist and see songs such as Don’t Cry and Last Donut of the Night – you quickly realise his self awareness. J Dilla often uses a horn sample of the rap group Mantronix’s 1985 single “King of the Beats” which appears numerous times on the album – his own subtle proclamation as the King Of Beats


    Jordan Ferguson the author of 33 ½ Donuts book series notes that a lot of the tracks have less in common with hiphop and more in common to the Pierre Schaeffer. Pierre Schaeffer was an ElectroAcoustic French composer who is widely recognized as the first musician to utilise recording and sampling techniques

    He uses certain points to always begin a new sample – laid out by a consistent drum pattern with the snare drum on beats two and four of each measure and kick drum on beats one and three of each measure. He does this on other tracks such as Waves and Bye, where despite the original sample being 6/8 or another compound signature, their placement feels regular and separated to the beat. His Sampling also introduces complex composite melodies that build upon the basics of the original samples he uses. On don’t cry, the original sample uses a I, IV, and V chord progression in the key of D-flat major

    The harmonic qualities however are much more tonally ambiguous, using mainly a harmonic ostinato that alternates between E-flat and F minor triads. The melodic components are also more simplistic, with E-flat being featured prominently. This is just one example of how he loved pushing boundaries within his own tracks. For donuts and while in Hospital Dilla utilised the extensive effects present on the Boss SP-303. These range from more commonly-used effects such as compression and delay, to more unorthodox effects like ring modulation.


    If you hear any song [with] a glitch in the [drum] pattern? That was Dilla, he explains. If you hear bouncy, filtered bass patterns? Dilla. Offbeat snaps, offbeat claps? Dilla. J Dilla then, certainly laid new foundations for modern hiphop producers and in doing so left a legacy that will forever be a part of the genre itself.

  • Jabbawockeez Evolution Of Hip-Hop

    2:06

    Jabbawockeez set the bar for the next 10 season of america's best dance crew

    song used
    80s Dance Hits - Funky Town
    Run DMC - Its Like That
    Salt & Pepper - Salt N Pepa - Push it
    N Sync - Bye Bye Bye
    Akon Ft. Diddy, Ludacris & Lil Jon -
    Get Back In Here

  • A Brief History Of Lil Names In Hip-Hop | Genius News

    4:32

    “Lil” has been a commonly used prefix for rap names since the early days of hip-hop and seems to be more popular than ever. Some of the most prominent rappers of the current generation include Lil Pump, Lil Yachty, and Lil Uzi Vert. They’re the latest incarnations of the explosion in rappers with “Lil” in their name, following the rise of Lil Wayne in 1998.

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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

  • Evolution of the Hip-Hop Bassline

    8:17

    Here's a medley of hip-hop basslines that I recorded, tracing the bass backbone of legendary hits from 1982 to 2015. Enjoy!

    Disclaimer: I do not own any of the music that I am covering.

  • Dancing Line - The Hip Hop Evolution

    16:00

    Epilepsy Warning: Flashing Colors are present in this video. If you suffer from Epilepsy, do not watch this video.

    And here we have the next installment of DL with different speeds.
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  • Evolution of Hip Hop the Electrofunk Machines of 1983

    5:00

    This video shows us what the documentary Evolution of Hip Hop on Netflix forgot to speak about , the Machines, Prophet 5 Synthesizer and Tr808 drum machine , and The DMX of course.
    That's why i made this video because in the documentary, they spoke to much and they didnt explain what make this kind of eletronic music , the machines !!!

    Recorded live, just analog synthesizers, no blue light , no synth plugins !!!!

    Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 : Rush Sweep Bass
    Oberheim Matrix 6 : Bass & Brass
    Roland TR808 : Drum Machine
    Roland Vocoder Plus VP330 MKII : Vocoder
    Roland Mc-500 MK-II : Sequencer

    more here :

  • Dancing Line - The Hip Hop Evolution

    2:34

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  • Best piano melody 2016 for hip hop

    5:30

  • Ciara - Like A Boy

    3:58

    Ciara's official music video for 'Like A Boy'. Click to listen to Ciara on Spotify:

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    Lyrics:

    Pull up your pants
    (Just Like Em')
    Take out the trash
    (Just Like Em')
    getting ya cash like em'
    Fast like em'
    Girl yououtta act like ya dig
    (What I'm talkin' bout')
    Security codes on everything
    Vibrate so your phone don't ever ring
    (Joint Account)
    And another one he don't know about

    Wish we could switch up the roles
    And I could be that...
    Tell you I love you
    But when you call I never get back
    Would you ask them questions like me?...
    Like where you be at?
    Cause I'm out 4 in the morning
    On the corner rolling
    Doing my own thing
    Oh

    What if I?...
    Had a thing on the side?
    Made ya cry?
    Would the rules change up?...
    Or would they still apply?...
    If I played you like a toy?...
    Sometimes I wish I could act like a boy

    #Ciara #LikeABoy #Vevo

  • Prince Charles Alexander on The Evolution of Hip-Hop | Music Production | Berklee Online | Masters

    2:45

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    In this animated short, part of Berklee Online’s Master Track series, course author Prince Charles Alexander details his transition from a funk artist opening up for Duran Duran to a music production ace, engineering hit songs for Bad Boy Records. He discusses how he learned to embrace hip-hop through his admiration for the entrepreneurial skills of Sean “Puffy” Combs and for the rhyming skills of Christopher Wallace, AKA Biggie Smalls, AKA the Notorious B.I.G.

    Art by Chris Kindred
    Animation by Eric Ko
    Sound and music by Kyle Yerhot

    About Prince Charles Alexander:
    Prince Charles Alexander is a sought-after music producer and audio engineer whose clients include Mary J. Blige, Destiny's Child, Faith Evans, P. Diddy, the Notorious B.I.G., Usher, Boyz II Men, Brandy, Babyface, Sting, Aretha Franklin, Brian McKnight, Donnie McClurkin, and others. Alexander has garnered more than 40 Platinum and Gold certifications from the RIAA and has multiple Grammy Awards and nominations.
    He is the course author and instructor for Commercial Vocal Production, part of Berklee Online’s Master of Music in Music Production program. Alexander also teaches production and engineering for Berklee Online, is co-creator of the Vocal Production undergraduate course for Berklee Online. On the Berklee campus in Boston, he teaches Advanced Production and Mixing at Berklee, and created the Commercial Record Production minor in that department, for which he received the Don Wilkins Excellence in Curriculum Development Award from Berklee's Professional Writing and Music Technology Division in 2013.

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  • JabbaWockeez Evolution Of Hip Hop

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    JabbaWockeez Performance inspired in the mastermix of Evolution Of Hip Hop

  • Hip Hop Shopping Spree

    2:55

    How do you calculate the value of product placement in hip hop songs? With a 56 Million Dollar CDZA shopping spree, of course!

    Featuring Mark, Todd and Stasia from the Key of Awesome!
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    To buy a CDZA T-Shirt that DOESN'T cost $50, here's the link:


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    And yes, we included Ke$ha's TiK ToK. Deal with this as best as you can.

    ***Methodology for price determination***

    Prices were calculated based on current retail or market value, not resale value. For vehicles, values for the most part were selected from the high end of the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price range.

    ELECTRONICS
    Iyaz - Replay: 80GB Video iPod
    Notorious B.I.G. - Juicy: Super Nintendo/Sega Genesis prices were from packaged and unopened items found on eBay
    Chamillionaire - Ridin Dirty: We went with the PS1 price, even though Chamillionaire can probably afford a PS2.

    HIGH END FASHION
    Black Eyed Peas - My Humps: Went with average prices for a lot of these accessories
    Macklemore - Thrift Shop: Yes mink fur coats can be this expensive

    ACCESSORIES
    Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song
    Eminem - If I Had...: Nike Air Hat/Pair of Lugz
    Nelly - Air Force Ones: We should have gotten white ones, sorry.
    LMFAO - I'm in Miami Trick: Vans
    Notorious B.I.G. - Mo Money Mo Problems - Rolex
    Snoop Dogg - Drop it Like it's Hot: Went with a $9,100 rolex, even though they can be much more expensive. And a lower end bottle of Chandon at $109

    BOOZE
    LMFAO - I'm in Miami Trick: Red Bull and an affordable Smirnoff even though they would probably drink Grey Groose
    Jagged Edge - Where the Party At: A fifth of Bacardi
    50 Cent - In Da Club: A pint of Bacardi to sneak into the club
    Busta Rhymes - Pass the Courvoisier: A less expensive type and size
    Snoop Dogg - Gin and Juice: Seagram's Gin
    Ke$ha - TiK ToK: Jack Daniel's
    R. Kelly - Ignition Remix part 2: Got this empty bottle of magnum Cristal off of eBay for 25 bucks.

    TRANSPORTATION
    Sir Mix-a-Lot - I Like Big Butts: Mercedes E Class
    Jay-Z - On to the Next One: Lexus and Range Rover
    Far East Movement - Like a G6: CDZA doesn't provide items to rent. We only provide items to BUY.
    Vanilla Ice - Ice, Ice Baby - Lamborghini

    Special thanks to David Murawsky for graphics work and Brandon Kleinman for being a hip hop product placement consultant. And we wouldn't have a shopping cart if it weren't for the benevolence of La Rosa Fine Foods in NYC.


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  • Digital Underground - The Humpty Dance

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    Lyrics:
    All right!
    Stop whatcha doin'
    'Cause I'm about to ruin
    The image and the style that ya used to
    I look funny
    But yo I'm makin' money, see
    So yo world I hope you're ready for me
    Now gather round
    I'm the new fool in town
    And my sound's laid down by the Underground
    I drink up all the Hennessey ya got on ya shelf
    So just let me introduce myself
    My name is Humpty, pronounced with a Umpty
    Yo ladies, oh how I like to thump thee
    And all the rappers in the top ten--please allow me to bump thee
    I'm steppin' tall, y'all
    And just like Humpty Dumpty
    You're gonna fall when the stereos pump me
    I like to rhyme
    I like my beats funky
    I'm spunky. I like my oatmeal lumpy
    I'm sick wit dis, straight gangsta mack
    But sometimes I get ridiculous
    I'll eat up all your crackers and your licorice
    Hey yo fat girl, come here--are ya ticklish?
    Yeah, I called ya fat
    Look at me, I'm skinny
    It never stopped me from gettin' busy
    I'm a freak
    I like the girls with the boom
    I once got busy in a Burger King bathroom
    I'm crazy
    Allow me to amaze thee
    They say I'm ugly but it just don't faze me
    I'm still gettin' in the girls' pants
    And I even got my own dance
    The Humpty Dance is your chance to do the hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, come on and do the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, just watch me do the Humpty Hump
    Do ya know what I'm doin', doin' the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump
    People say Yo, Humpty, you're really funny lookin'
    That's all right 'cause I get things cookin'
    Ya stare, ya glare, ya constantly try to compare me
    But ya can't get near me
    I give 'em more, see, and on the floor, be
    All the girls they adore me
    Oh yes, ladies, I'm really bein' sincere
    'Cause in a 69 my humpty nose will tickle ya rear
    My nose is big, uh-uh I'm not ashamed
    Big like a pickle, I'm still gettin' paid
    I get laid by the ladies, ya know I'm in charge
    Both how I'm livin' and my nose is large
    I get stoopid, I shoot an arrow like Cupid
    I use a word that don't mean nothin', like looptid
    I sang on Doowhutchalike, and if ya missed it
    I'm the one who said just grab 'em in the biscuits
    Also told ya that I like to bite
    Well, yeah, I guess it's obvious, I also like to write
    All ya had to do was give Humpty a chance
    And now I'm gonna do my dance
    The Humpty Dance is your chance to do the hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, come on and do the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, just watch me do the Humpty Hump
    Do ya know what I'm doin', doin' the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump
    Oh, yeah, that's the break, y'all
    Let me hear a little bit of that bass groove right here
    Oh, yeah!
    Now that I told ya a little bit about myself
    Let me tell ya a little bit about this dance
    It's real easy to do--check it out
    First I limp to the side like my leg was broken
    Shakin' and twitchin' kinda like I was smokin'
    Crazy wack funky
    People say ya look like M.C. Hammer on crack, Humpty
    That's all right 'cause my body's in motion
    It's supposed to look like a fit or a convulsion
    Anyone can play this game
    This is my dance, y'all, Humpty Hump's my name
    No two people will do it the same
    Ya got it down when ya appear to be in pain
    Humpin', funkin', jumpin'
    Jig around, shakin' ya rump
    And when the dude a chump pump points a finger like a stump
    Tell him step off, I'm doin' the Hump
    The Humpty Dance is your chance to do the hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, come on and do the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, just watch me do the Humpty Hump
    Do ya know what I'm doin', doin' the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump
    Black people, do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump
    White people, do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump
    Puerto Ricans, do the Humpty Hump, just keep on doin' the hump
    Samoans, do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump
    Let's get stoopid!
    The Humpty Dance is your chance to do the hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, come on and do the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, just watch me do the Humpty Hump
    Do ya know what I'm doin', doin' the Humpty Hump
    Do the Humpty Hump, do the Humpty Hump

    #GoldenEra #TommyBoyRecords #DigitalUnderground

  • Slick Rick - Childrens Story

    3:57

    Music video by Slick Rick performing Children's Story. (C) 1988 The Island Def Jam Music Group

    #SlickRick #ChildrensStory #Vevo

  • Robert Glasper: “Jazz is the mother of hip-hop” | JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA

    3:08

    Why do hip-hop producers gravitate towards jazz samples?

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    by ALEX ARIFF

    For a mood, for sonic timbre, for a unique rhythmic component. Swing is a precursor to the boom-bap. If you're a hip-hop producer that wants a lot of melodic stuff happening, pianist Robert Glasper says, you're probably going to go to jazz first.

    Glasper has lived in an area of overlap between jazz and hip-hop for more than two decades — and you can hear it in his piano playing, which often drifts into cyclical rhythms akin to a beat-maker's loops. It's all one and the same to Glasper: recasting the music of Miles Davis for an R&B audience or rocking live shows with Q-Tip; playing acoustic jazz with his trio or streamlined soul with his Grammy-winning Robert Glasper Experiment.

    In this short doc, Glasper identifies three jazz samples, from tracks by Ahmad Jamal and Herbie Hancock, that have served as source material for famed hip-hop producers J Dilla and Pete Rock.

    MUSIC:
    Ahmad Jamal Trio, I Love Music, The Awakening (1970)
    Nas, The World Is Yours, Illmatic (1994)
    Herbie Hancock, Come Running To Me, Sunlight (1978)
    Slum Village, Get This Money, Fantastic, Vol. 2 (2000)
    Ahmad Jamal, Swahililand, Jamal Plays Jamal (1974)
    De La Soul Stakes Is High, Stakes Is High (1996)

    *Correction to the video: Slum Village's album Fantastic, Vol. 2 was released in 2000, not 2009.

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  • Joe Budden Talks The Evolution Of Hip-Hop | R News

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    REVOLT TV's 'State of the Culture' host applauds the new generation for removing the middle man from creating music, and for taking on different methods in search of success.

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  • The Tragically Hip - One Night In Copenhagen - 11 In Between Evolution

    2:25

    Track 11 on The Tragically Hip album In Between Evolution entitled One Night In Copenhagen

  • Nappy Roots on The Evolution of Southern Hip-Hop

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  • Breaking Down The History Of Women In Hip Hop w/ Kathy Iandoli

    29:15

    Journalist & author Kathy Iandoli visits Ebro in the Morning to have a great conversation about the history of women & hip hop and tell stories about Lauryn Hill, Monie Love, Rah Digga, Trina, Lil' Kim, sexuality in the genre, and more.

    Her book 'God Save the Queens: The Essential History of Women in Hip-Hop' is available now.

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  • Greatest Hip-Hop Beats Of All Time

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    Greatest Rap Beats Of All Time

  • Dancing Line - The Hip Hop Evolution

    2:59

    Music: Dancing Line - The Hip Hop Evolution

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  • How sampling transformed music | Mark Ronson

    16:55

    Sampling isn't about hijacking nostalgia wholesale, says Mark Ronson. It's about inserting yourself into the narrative of a song while also pushing that story forward. Watch the DJ scramble 15 TED Talks into an audio-visual omelette, and trace the evolution of La Di Da Di, Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick's 1984 hit that has been reimagined for every generation since.

    TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more.
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  • Lively Morning || Chillhop Jazz Funk Hip Hop Instrumental Mix 432Hz & 528Hz

    59:54

    Lively Morning || Chillhop ' Jazz ' Funk ' Hip Hop Instrumental Mix (Part 1/5) [432Hz & 528Hz]

    Information about the power of frequency, 528Hz & 432Hz, and more…
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    [ 0:00 ] Tom Misch - The Journey (432Hz)
    [ 4:16 ] Galimatias - Major Crimes & Unicorns (432Hz)
    [ 8:20 ] Esbe - Didn't I (528Hz)
    [11:49] Prelow - Mistakes Like This (Instrumental) (528Hz)
    [14:58] Detroit Swindle - You, Me, Here, Now (528Hz)
    [19:48] Clem Beat'z - Love (432Hz)
    [22:37] Soulchef - Blind Man See (528Hz)
    [25:22] Phase - Yesterday (432Hz)
    [27:21] The Geek x Vrv - The Way Of Love (528Hz)
    [29:53] Handbook - From The Start (528Hz)
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    [38:42] Handbook - Take Me (Up High) (528Hz)
    [41:55] Nujabes - Prayer (432Hz)
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    [47:43] Nas - Made You Look ( Sourface Remix) (432Hz)
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  • 31 The Best Hip Hop/Rap Songs Piano Cover

    10:15

    ►After my 23 Hip hop/Rap songs played on piano,
    I ve Made part 2 with 31 the best songs xD
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    Tracks:
    1. Wiz Khalifa - See You Again ft. Charlie Puth 0:00
    2. The Notorious B.I.G. - Juicy 0:26
    3. Ice Cube - Today Was A Good Day 0:54
    4. Nelly - Dilemma ft. Kelly Rowland 1:06
    5. Public Enemy - He got game 1:27
    6. Dr. Dre - Ring Ding Dong 1:47
    7. Dr. Dre - Still D.R.E. ft. Snoop Dogg 2:10
    8. MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS - CAN'T HOLD US FEAT. RAY DALTON 2:26
    9. G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha - Me, Myself & I 2:59
    10. MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS - SAME LOVE feat. MARY LAMBERT 3:25
    11. Terror Squad - Lean Back ft. Fat Joe, Remy 3:48
    12. Jay-Z & Kanye West - Ni**as In Paris 4:07
    13. 50 Cent - Candy Shop ft. Olivia 4:20
    14. Ice Cube - Check Yo Self 4:43
    15. Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M. 4:52
    16. Eminem - Without Me 5:08
    17. Eminem - The Real Slim Shady 5:20
    18. A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation 5:33
    19. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones 5:52
    20. Empire State Of Mind by Jay Z ft. Alicia Keys 6:04
    21. The Notorious B.I.G. - Big Poppa 6:37
    22. Nas - N.Y. State of Mind 6:54
    23. P. Diddy - Bad Boys For Life 7:05
    24. M.O.P - Cold as Ice 7:18
    25. 2Pac - Hit 'Em Up 7:30
    26. Sisqo - Thong Song 7:48
    27. 2Pac - Dear Mama 8:05
    28. 2pac feat Dr.Dre - California Love 8:28
    29. Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa - Young, Wild and Free ft. Bruno Mars 8:38
    30. Warren G - Regulate ft. Nate Dogg 8:54
    31. Kanye West - Homecoming 9:14

    Arranged by Wlodar Piano covers
    No sheet music, It was played by ear.
    Thanks for listening
    Adam

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  • T.I. Opens the Door for Hip-Hop to Grow - XXL 20th Anniversary Interview

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    T.I., rap’s gangsta and gentleman, sits down with XXL to discuss his evolution in the game and opening the door for hip-hop to grow in his XXL 20th anniversary interview.


    Visit XXL's 20th Anniversary hub here

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  • Whats the Best Year for Hip-Hop in the 2010s?

    9:25






    Hey everybody! I hope you liked this video. What do you think the best year for hip-hop was in the 2010's? We've had plenty of great albums this decade. Brockhampton with the Saturation trilogy, Tyler the Creator with Igor / Flower Boy, Kendrick and Kanye with all of their great projects and more. Let me know in the comments.

  • Cidtronyck - Hip Hop Revolution

    3:33

    Track 09 del disco Pasado Presente & LIbertad Cidtronyck en el Beat y los Cuts y Norick, Nfx y Stailok en el Mic. (Audio Oficial)
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  • 12 Hip Hop Songs 3-Minute Piano Medley

    3:45

    12 HIP HOP PIANO COVERS PART 1:
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    Track List
    1. Nas - The World Is Yours
    2. Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre
    3. Wiz Khalifa - See You Again
    4. Outkast - Ms. Jackson
    5. Notorious B.I.G. - Big Poppa
    6. Eminem - The Way I Am
    7. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Part 2
    8. Luniz - I Got 5 On It
    9. Dr. Dre - What's the Difference
    10. Xzibit - Paparazzi
    11. Skee-Lo - I Wish
    12. Busta Rhymes - Woo-Hah!! Got You All In Check

    #HipHopPianoCovers #HipHopPiano

  • The History of Eminem Piano Medley/Cover

    10:04

    ►The History of Eminem - 23 Hip hop/Rap songs played on piano by EAR in One Take
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    Tracks:

    1. Eminem - My Name Is (1999) 0:03
    2. Eminem, Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre (1999) 0:14
    3. Dr. Dre ft Eminem & Xzibit - What's the Difference (1999) 0:28
    4. Eminem - The Real Slim Shady (2000) 0:44
    5. Eminem - Stan ft. Dido (2000) 1:07
    6. Eminem - The Way I Am (2000) 1:50
    7. Eminem - Lose Yourself [HD] (2002) 2:18
    8. Eminem - Without Me (2002) 3:04
    9. Eminem - Superman (2002) 3:34
    10. Eminem - Cleanin' Out My Closet (2002) 4:05
    11. Eminem - Sing For The Moment (2002) 4:46
    12. D12 - My Band ft. Cameo (2004) 5:28
    13. Eminem - Just Lose It (2004) 5:36
    14. Eminem - Mockingbird (2005) 5:52
    15. Eminem - When I'm Gone (2005) 6:18
    16. Eminem - Like Toy Soldiers (2006) 6:42
    17. Busta Rhymes Feat Eminem - I'll Hurt You(2006) 7:12
    18. Eminem - Crack a Bottle (ft Dr.Dre & 50 cent) (2009) 7:24
    19. Eminem - We Made You (2009) 7:49
    20. Eminem - Not Afraid (2010) 8:14
    21. Eminem - Love The Way You Lie ft. Rihanna (2010) 8:39
    22. Dr. Dre - I Need A Doctor ft. Eminem, Skylar Grey (2011) 9:04
    23. Eminem - Rap God (2013) 9:25

    from Albums: The Slim Shady LP, The Marshall Mathers LP, The Eminem Show, Encore, Relapse, Recovery and some featurings, collaborations and compilation :p
    What's your favorite Eminem Album and why?
    Comment below!
    Also, tell me what's your favorite Cover Version in this Video!

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  • Russell Peters - Hip Hop Shaped Me, Overcoming Bullying, & Keys To Success

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    Official 247HH exclusive interview with Canadian based stand-up comedian and actor Russell Peters, where you’ll hear him talk about the importance of hip hop to him and how it helped shaped his life, overcoming bullying, and his keys to success. (247HH Exclusive)

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  • Evolution of Britney Spears

    7:07

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    There's a halo of reverence around J Dilla, a producer and beatmaker from Detroit who made some of the most fascinating and influential beats in hip hop history. Before his early death in 2006, J Dilla worked with countless artists and producers - from Erykah Badu and Janet Jackson to Busta Rhymes and Madlib - and developed an off-kilter style of rhythm and sampling that transcended the machine he used to create music, the Akai Midi Production Center, otherwise known as the MPC.

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