Hip Hop Music Mirrors All Urban Society

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Music and Movies

 

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Virgil A

 

Date added:

September 30, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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13 / 3367

 

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First, American Urban society, from the Civil Rights Era until now has matured, creating Hip Hop’s lyrics in both its negative recap of the destruction of South Bronx and the new AIDS epidemic and positive reenactment of the solution brought by the Civil Rights Era and the urban society’s ability to attain wealth...
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Secondly, after the Cold War and the reconstruction of Europe and Asia, urban societies were more open to accept anything that reflected American culture, especially the idea of a genre that could explain the pain experienced as a result of the Cold War. Lastly, even though lyrics follow the urban society’s view on their own situations, many contemplate that the content can be mislead, over exaggerate or inappropriately describe the nation and its people...
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