So I just finished this video of KRS one spreading knowledge. Every day I see artists posted on ns that go against the hip hop culture as according to KRS. Not saying I hate all of these artists but its important to know where its coming from.
Later parts really relate to the recent Will.i.am scandal.
Can't do hip hop without mention muh nigga gil cot heron either. You'd have go ck to jazz and slave music to properly illustrate a timeline of rap and hip hop. books could be written about it. This is why I hate 99% of black musicians today in the rap industry - they're shitting all over what was once a respectable and actually significant genre with a well-founded lineage.
Record holder for most times banned for a single alias.
Took one of my university required pre requisites on hip-hop and learned a lot about hip-hop that I never knew prior to taking the course. Hip-hop's history is absolutely incredible and is easily forgotten amongst the large counterculture movement occurring at the time of hip-hop's advent.
That is actually pretty sick. I wonder if my Uni have something similar. All I know is that they have this lol summer course about the world of Harry Potter or something, haha so strange
Dude I've peeled more thongs out of asscracks than you've probably jerked off in your lifetime. This is complete bullshit, stop spreading horrible granny panty propaganda already, you're making yourself look like a goddam vagina gaper - Huck_Norris
Hip hop originates from blues and the "bad man" with a lot of influences from the Nations of God's and Earths and the 5 %'ers (believe the black man is the first decendant of God, it's actually really interesting to read about, it's also where the Free Masons come from if I'm not mistaking), evolved into rock and separately poetry's artform was taken to a beat, bongos and drums, and regae is in there. Then it continued to form and shape itself. True Hip hop has 4 distinct elements: DJ'ing, Bboys and Bgirls (dancing artform), Graffiti and MC'ing. Originally the MC was the hype man for the interludes between DJ sets and during breaks, then they began using the time to rap and entertain the crowd, then the MC slowly took over as the number element and the DJ played to the MC and now a days, Bboying and graffiti have slowly settled back with Bboying not really existant as it was originated.
That's what i remember from my Hip Hop class on the study of the origin and mainly the Wu-Tang Clan's rise and influences. Yes I got to take a Wu-Tang class my senior year at UConn, only school that offers it in the nation according to my professor who had to fight to get the class originally accepted by the university. We studied a lot of controversial topics throughout modern day rap and throughout its creation. Extremely interesting.
You wouldn't know troll if one dragged you under a bridge and raped and killed you before casting your body into the sewage filled river heading toward the sea.