They used violent lyrics in their rap and used to make the video powerful as well. Their rap music was against police and authority because black used to get beaten by the police on daily basis during that time. They used profanity in the lyrics, gun in the video to show the hatred for the police that they had. The society was affected by the gangsta rap in both positive and negative way at the same time. The positive impact on the society was that the rappers raised the voice against injustice and they taught colored people to fight against inequalities.
In James McBride's essay “Hip Hop Planet,” he argues that hip hop has a negative influence on American Culture despite people thinking of it as inspirational and how people live through different experiences in life despite of your race. Firstly, McBride claims that rappers use violent lyrics as a vehicle to bring about awareness and thus promote social change through use of violence. In a section of the essay, he talks about how rappers have made hip-hop go from something you would hear at a party to something you would hear in a local news report because rappers use violent lyrics in order to talk about the issue in their society and how these issues must be acted upon now so that it can
Another reason that rap music causes problems today is by the way they take drugs and alcohol, to be something they are most certainly not. They talk about murder, rape, assault as if they were okay. Almost everybody and everything that has to do with rap music is associated with drugs and alcohol. The impact of rap music has numerous negative impacts in our culture and society today. This
Zana and her crew had gone through so much strife to get the children into the school, an institution they thirsted to be in, but for no real reason, the parents removed them and stripped them of the most precious thing in the world, education. I tried to justify the parents discouraging their kids from succeeding because maybe they thought the children would never amount to anything, not because the children were not talented, but because of they were offsprings of prostitutes and people of a low caste standing. Limiting the children in this fashion is still wrong, but at least it made some kind of sense. However, the children were
In Jacob’s situation, many children go through rough patches in their lives, whether it must deal with status, money, behavior, or peer pressure. Many theorists came up with ways to explain or comfort people with the issues that go on with the youth, but into Jacobs situation, he came from a lower class with good home circumstances but once he got into school. He didn’t like school, he lacked the drive to do good in school plus with trying to fit in with kids of higher status than him, which made him make tough decisions because he wanted to fit in by stealing a leather jacket. Which didn’t work out as the plan he got caught and now is labeled to an outcast from any stores and at school he is shunned from society due to his poor choices. In
Rap was originally based as an expression of african culture, especially during slave privation. African American slaves would use the songs as a form of protest during slave revolts. However, in this generation it has become a form of self expression, often including harsh language and offensive sometimes illegal terms. Due to the sudden change in this genre I do believe that rap music should be censored, particularly when it is played on radios and social media outlets, where it is in reach of adolescents ears. Contrary to this I do not believe that rap is directly correlated with violence.
New parents are hard to accept, especially when the child has been passed home to home. These attachment issues may restrict the child from moving forward in their lives and excelling in the new environment provided (Robin). The lack of stability in the system is only setting up the children up for failure, according to Stone, “we treated foster children as if they were our own, yet many of them never felt as if they were.” It is difficult for young children and adolescents to comprehend the separation of their parents let alone the process of moving to multiple foster homes while under the guardianship of the state. Other children mask their hesitation at being attached to a family by letting others see only what they want to see. The children are attached, but only on a “superficial level” (Robin).
Racial ethnic equality While the reality of racism as a way people chose to perceive things still remains to date, the choice to be or not to be is individual. Unlike other beliefs natured by natural laws, racism is indoctrinated in people’s minds in order to direct hatred on another group or ‘minority’. The racist mind chooses to absorb racist ideologies which then influence their thinking and identity. “Changes” by Tupac Shakur In his song Changes” Tupac Shakur addresses the many challenges African Americans face a s a people ranging from racism to struggles they endure in a racist world. Poverty as well as racial profiling which are associated with results f racism also comes out clearly in the song.
Some artist don 't deserve to be considered rap artist because rap surpasses anything they can offer. Rap is spoken word, lyrical poetry it 's much more than any of this artist can justify. Why consider it to be dumb when it 's only getting meaning out there? Rap wouldn 't be considered dumb because of people saying these things about it. Rap has so much meaning that people dont understand so
“Many parents in lower income areas work at night most arguments against it talk about how and are not around to correctly supervise their teenage children.” Police have more say in what happens, others say that it will cause the youth to go elsewhere to be able to hang out with their friends. A curfew is about a teenager understanding that, yes, teens can go out and have fun, but there has to be discipline for their bad actions. Our country isn’t sure if they should have curfews for people because most people are good and they don’t break the laws like other people do. In the article America’s curfew debate it says that “curfews violate the fourth amendment and its protections against unreasonable search and seizure.” Curfews can help stop the crimes and laws being broke but it can also make cops hassle people when they aren’t doing anything wrong and they are just walking home from dinner or even the movies. “13 year old Jose Regalado said as he took a break from an evening basketball game as a Chicago YMCA, he and other teens there complained that police go out of their way to hassle them, even when they’re rushing home shortly after curfew has