The hip hop culture

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Music and Movies

 

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Dorothy P

 

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May 10, 2016

 

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University

 

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Mr. Eon says: "?they're tryin' to turn hip-hop to just plain rappin'/let the poppers pop/and the breakers break?" But the disenchantment with artists who don't appreciate hip-hop as consisting of emceeing, breaking, graffiti art, beat boxing and dj-ing is not new. Underground artists, predominately hip-hop purists, have lashed out at biters and perpetrators for many years...
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Underground artists, predominately hip-hop purists, have lashed out at biters and perpetrators for many years. For example, in 1989 3rd Bass released their first album, The Cactus Cee/D. Throughout the album, MC Serch and Prime Minister Pete Nice scold the commercialized booty shakers like MC Hammer for corrupting hip-hop, particularly on the track "The Gasface" they specifically call out Hammer for his antics...
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