Dr.Dre, master of hip hop of west coast, found a more than promising young talent man, Tupac. After his "teachings", Tupac became one of the first people in the field of rap, who became the founder of the Western Gangsta Rap afterwards. East Coast rap style is set by Puff Daddy. He worked with the most famous street rapper Nas to complete the so-called East Coast style, but also created a distinct new trend. Then Puff Daddy found a man whose talent is not lost on the man Tupac, his childhood friend Biggie, finally the two of them became the leader of the East Coast.
This has been going on for at least decades and we have gained nothing from it. I remember going up to my squad and we would go on about hip-hop like Kanye West (before he turned into douchebag Yeezy) and I would see my brother and his friends think we were cool now I hear and see little kids talk about people like Fetty Wap and say provocative and disgusting things like sex (AND THEY ARE LIKE 8 WTF!?!?!) and how people think Fetty Wap are changing rap…oh poor child. It’s gotten to the point where if I say that I like hip hop or rap whatever you want to call it people would judge me and say OH YOU LIKE “THAT” TYPE OF MUSIC. What people don’t understand is how music is so power that it has a magnitude that can reach out to people.
Johnny was never a quitter and because of it he became just who he wanted to be, maybe an even greater person, I assume that at some point in his life he remembered back on the days he got turned down flat by Sunny Records, until he went down there and demanded a chance to be heard. He became the “The Voice of America” because of that very day. Lastly we can learn that you can get through anything that you come across in life, no matter how hard it is. Johnny was addicted to drugs for a period of time, but he cleared from that, he made lots of mistakes he regretted, but he was now devoting his life to god and being a father to his new born child. These two lessons tell about a time in life where Johnny had to be persistent he had to put effort and use his power of will into things and that shows he was a determined
The song ends with the chorus, one last time reminding the listener of his peaceful message. In conclusion, not only does this song carry a heavy message, which everyone should educate themselves on, but is a track that everyone can vibe with. It’s beautiful that a song which speaks of the horrid problems of Somalia can be so relatable to everyone. We all go through personal problems, whether its poverty, abuse, heartbreak, or oppression. Regardless of the language you speak, your ethnicity, or how much suffering you’ve been through, we can all dance and rejoice to this song.
By the 1920’s Lucky Strike was a house hold name among men. They were one of the top three brands of the time partly due to their ciggaretts being included in soldirs rations ,this made sure that when they returned home, most of the men would be addicted, thus ensuring more sails. Lucky Strike was constantly batteling for first place in this competative market, and new ways to put them there were constantly needed. George Hill, Presedent of American Tobacco Company ( the parent compony of Lucky Strike) realized that there was a large, previously untapped “gold mine right in our front yard” of potential conumers. This gold mine, as he called it, was in the form of women in the United States.
After watching a portion of a movie called Wild Style during a class session, I couldn’t help but rent it out afterwards and watch the whole thing, twice. When analyzed as a basic movie, Wild Style is less than mediocre. As a document of South Bronx culture in the early 1980’s, it is beyond priceless. The producer Charlie Aheard captured the hip-hop culture right before it became a nationwide phenomenon; Wild Style portrays a first person experience of when it all began. Legendary New York graffiti artist Lee Quinones plays the part of Zoro, the city 's most elusive graffiti writer.
Michael Jackson was an inspirational dancer and the legend of the music industry! He was a song writer, a artist, but despite his fame and wealth, he had a very troubled life. Here I will tell you everything about how Michael Jackson 's fame rose and fell. From his early days as the lead singer in his family band called the Jackson Five, they made 20 albums until 1984. Even though Michael had a solo career and he became a hit in 1972 he still was in his family band.
He showed the coach he could hang with the varsity players after he fought hard against Gordy. The coach said Junior was one of the best shooters he has ever seen. Junior ended up starting and playing basketball had some issues attached to it. When the rival teams Reardan and Wellpinit played many fans booed Junior because that 's where he was from. Rowdy also played for the team and he ended up knocking Junior out of the game.
Some Hip Hop songs is about being proud of where you came from and being proud of your culture. Its alot of songs that was about coming from struggles of a young black male or female and were meant to give people sense of pride and confidence in themselves and standing out and getting to the top because everyone got dreams. The dream of a easy and life or a life filled with fame and success. To be honest, many people are scared to chase their dreams even though it can really give them good push to the top. Hip Hop also comes with the idea that chasing a dream ain 't going to be easy.
Sympathy for the Devil “Sympathy for the Devil” qualifies as a neighborhood narrative for various reasons. In the article written by Kelefa Sanneh, she discusses the evolution of Eminem 's career. Eminem became a sensational hip-hop artist in the early 90’s, becoming one of the first popular white rappers. He was popular for using graphic lyrics, using an original style, and his race. This gave him recognition.
“He then says, ‘Mars you call Kane to work it out.’ So I’m gassed because I’m on the phone strategizing with arguably one of the best rappers period… No one knew but me and the husband knew he was about to perform. Dude walks in and they didn’t even recognize him until he starts rapping. Her face is soooo priceless!” In another Instagram post, DJ wrote, "This wedding made my summer!" Mars captioned one of his Instagram posts. "I 've known Mike for almost 20 years, but dude could have alluded to the fact that he was marrying Jill Scott(lol)!
The author was using an allusion referring to Jesse Owens. Before Rudy died at such a young age, he always wanted to succeed. He became a great athlete and a very smart kid. Of course, everyone has flaws and his was to show off and he lets his ego get in the way. To prove he’s gotten more successful to everyone, including his new Hitler Youth leaders, he won many medals at the Hitler Youth Carvinval which drew the attention of the Nazia on him, who were trying to find the smartest and most athletic kids to the new and “improved” school.
This was with the help of Miami Heat players Dwyane Wade and Chris bosh, LeBron James started to become friends with them at the U.S. olympics. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh were telling James how they would win so many championships. (Withers). This is what James wanted, championships he had been working for it he entire career by himself (Withers). So he decided to go there and in his first two years there, he had won two championships.
In the article Hip-Hop White Wash: The Impact of Eminem on Rap Music and Music Industry Economics. The article starts with Eminem moving from place to place due to his parents having addiction problems. Then it goes into how Eminem became a musician and lastly it talks about the impact of Eminem on rap music. In the article it explains how Eminem moved from place to place and how this scrawny white boy who was a nobody that lived in the worst part of Chicago became and became this rap mogul that everyone respected. In 1997, he placed 2nd in the rap Olympics where Dr. Dre found him and signed him to a contract and his first album that Eminem made went triple platinum and from there his fame went thru the roof and Eminem became the first white