Rap And Tupac Similarities

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• conclusions about the similarities and differences between the two artists “No two rappers rapped the same even when reciting the same rhyme”. (The History Of Hip Hop written by Davey D ). Rap is a style that forces each rapper to be different and that 's why the younger generation likes it. Not only did they shape hip-hop the genre, they also helped to shape the culture that goes along with it, everything from what we think and how we dress. Tupac inspired the youth to stand up for their civil rights Tupac Shakur is one of the most prominent figures of the 1990 's rap and hip-hop scene. Through his gang relationships, fascinating lyrics, and his very mysterious death in 1996; Tupac became an "Internet Icon" and is still very known and talked about. His words and actions helped to grow the rap and hip-hop scene of the time. Young black were taking Tupac 's rap lyrics for truth, and started joining gangs, representing their rap hero 's actions. He showing injustices that have been done to him or his friends in his songs; showing the world that even after discrimination was ended, racism was still prevalent towards young black men and that something needed to be done about it. He inspired…show more content…
Rap music like many other art music survive for so .long is its real meaning an expression of one 's emotion 's. Besides, rap music is a clear definition of what our ancestors fought for, which is the freedom of speech. Rap music is a clear definition of what our ancestors fought for, which is the freedom of speech. Rap Music is going to take a ling time before society sees it as a normal source of entertainment, but that doesn 't mean that we should stop trying to defend it. To many times we have seen beautiful art destroyed simply because it was misinterpreted. Social acceptance will have to come sooner in order for rap music to survive in new

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