He uses hyperboles to drive home the point that he is the best rapper alive. He doesn’t even have to diss the other rappers, because they are already making mistakes, falling behind and ruining their careers without any help from him. Compton, California is extremely famous around the nation for gang violence, rap music, and producing professional athletes. Kendrick is putting Compton back on the map in the music industry and is trying to have a positive effect on the community through his songs. His songs often speak of stopping gang violence.
50 cent vs. JA Rule 50 cent claimed that the feud began in 1999 after JA Rule spotted him with a man who robbed him of his jewelry and also because of JA Rule “trying to be Tupac” Ja Rule claimed the conflict stemmed from a video shoot in Queens because 50 cent did not like JA Rule getting love from the neighborhood. Another hostility happened where another rapper from Murder Inc. stabbed 50 cent Beats dances and more Individuals of different races started to rap! During the late 90’s and early 2000’s to hip hop culture… lately rappers such as yela wolf and MGK have been making head way both underground and mainstream… some think that they are not credible because they’re white and not linked to the culture…but their lyrical
Hip-hop has become an intricate part of American culture, such music can alter the minds of the listeners. Currently hip-hop instils improper beliefs that negatively influence American people. As reported by Susan Weber, a music therapist at MMB Music Inc., “if someone is rapping over and over again about killing cops, someone is more likely to kill cops because people are susceptible to suggestions” (Haynes, 2006). There is a tendency for violent gestures such as killing to be shown in rap. The advertisement of killing, makes the audience more prone to to thinking of killing.
We're the Millers is a comedy film with some action in it. It begins with David, who is a drug dealer that sells marijuana, getting robbed. He was robbed because Casey, a twenty-year-old runaway thief, was getting her phone robbed by a group of guys. Kenny, David's neighbor who is eighteen years old, tried to help her. It didn't work out because Kenny didn't really do anything to help and that's when David comes in to help Casey, but it didn't go as planned because Kenny told the group of guys that David was a drug dealer.
Guilty of many crimes, they broke shop windows, stole and beat people on the streets; raided movie houses looking for the Edelweiss Pirates, who stood up to them and even fought with them on the streets of Dusseldorf, Essen, Cologne and other cities in western Germany.The Edelweiss Pirates resisted Nazi rule by also offering shelter to deserters of the German army, escaped prisoners from concentration camps, and escaped prisoners from forced labor camps (“Faces of Courage, The Edelweiss Pirates,” n.d.). The Edelweiss Pirates were not seen as a problem despite the group’s constant ignorance of Nazi rules, however, the nazis’ views towards the group changed which ultimately led to the end of the group. During World War Two the authorities believed that the Edelweiss Pirates were the ones who were collecting British and anti-Nazi propaganda leaflets dropped by bomber Command at the start of the war and sharing them through letterboxes. This was seen as being more than just an irritation; it was viewed as a major disruption (“The Edelweiss Pirates,”
Issue: Critics believe Beyoncé was starting a war with police with her new music video “Formation”. Position: Critics have not provided evidence supporting their theory about Beyonce’s music video. Premise 1: One of the sciences in the video had a little boy dancing in front of police in riot gear. This statement represented innocent children being killed by police. Premise 2: One section of the video showed a brick wall with “Stop Shooting Us” written on it, this represents the #BlackLivesMatters movement.
In the movie Finding Forrester (2000) Jamal is faced with an identity issue. Jamal being an inner-city kid with a reputation to uphold is clearly leading a double life. His neighborhood life is one of a streetwise, trash-talking thug who doesn 't want any of his “boys” to know the real Jamal. On the other hand the true Jamal is a bright, talented and goal oriented young man that is scared to show his true identity. That is until William Forrester challenges him to write with his heart first, then rewrite with his head (Sant, 2000).
How well does Moore describe the culture of the streets, where young boys grow up believing that violence transforms them into men? Talk about the street culture—its violence, drug dealing, disdain for education. What creates that ethos and why do so many young men find it attractive? Moore describes the culture of the street in a very detailed manner. He shows the broken homes, drug supply, and the absence of education.
daniel amaro sidewalk bleeding them explanation The setting is set in a rough side of brooklyn where gang violence is very relevant. To show this the author used a relatable young gang member with aspirations to move him and his girlfriend out of the projects. But this plan is ended before it began due to a gang rivalry. Making the reader connect to the young not very gangster like boy it puts a reason to make gang violence seem like it kills young unprivileged kids in the ghetto. By knowing how the author tries to put a face and an emotional attachment to young gang violence.
Writer Raychelle Cassada Lohmann goes in depth to why teens join gangs “ 1. To Belong - These teens feel that they are misfits and have no place in the world. Gangs tap into these insecurities by promising the teen a family[..] 2. To Make Money - Gangs are an illegal money making industry. Teens can make a quick buck for dealing drugs, stealing, selling stolen goods, and even trading weapons.[..]