Hip-Hop: It is Music

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Music and Movies

 

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Kylie B

 

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July 17, 2015

 

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University

 

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Hip-hop was embraced quickly, with the first national rap record coming in 1979 by the "Sugarhill Gang". This record debuted at 13 on the Billboard R&B chart and paved for the culture that would change the world. In the early 1980's, hip-hop began to take its initial stride towards mainstream acceptance with the likes of "Run-DMC", "Kurtis Blow", and "LL Cool J" all appearing on the Billboard Top 100 chart...
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