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June 18 2013

erinawaters327

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Rap music, which traces its origin towards the African-American culture, is now allegedly a chaotic-sounding-genre of music with provoking lyrics and videos showing random violence, gang intimidation and the like themes.

The sooner Hip-hop-rap scene of the 50s and also the 60s spoke about hopes, dreams, ideals and aspirations of both the monochrome teens within the quality music by the artists of that era. Early black music united the American youth and also the country's choice of music was almost parallel. There have been some rebellions but they didn't down-rightly produce immoral and degrading content. The earlier rap-era had artists like Stevie Wonder, Smokier Robinson, Lionel Richie, the Temptations, the Shirelles, Mary Wells, the Supremes, Martha and also the Vandellas, the Four Tops as well as their likes who gave the typical teenage romance and relationship.

Radicalism was introduced in rap with Beastie Boys' amusing "Fight for the Right to Party" and the appearance more radical rappers like Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Rappers gradually emerged and commenced shouting and ranting words that featured intimidation, class conflict, hatred of authority, defiance, insolence, animosity and conflict.

The rap-music today is leading the listeners inside a rather disturbing direction. It appears like this complete culture takes pride in being notorious. For example, it's almost like being in prison is a "status symbol" while taking drugs and experiencing beefs is one thing "cool". Above this, the portrayal of ladies within the rap videos is again a matter of concern. The perception appears to typecast the woman as an object. On humanitarian grounds, this is not a really kind picture to create. Such materials along with suggestive lyrics can certainly manipulate the vulnerable youth.

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The blockbuster charts say a tale more clearly, even though it is hard to agree with. It's a choice-demand situation. People are watching, adapting and adopting such a culture and that's why the top-hits are often the songs you cannot hear with your mother. What saddens yet another is the further insufficient creativity. The poetry only goes so far as an undesirable vocabulary and the music is way, far from inspiring. How do you such manifestation of power and capacity to generate admirers if no good can be done to society? If Rap music offers a generation full of fans, then it should also keep in mind that with recognition and admiration, comes responsibility. Rap includes a responsibility towards its audience and it's time now that the performers come forth and take it up seriously.
erinawaters327

rap

Rap music, which traces its origin to the African-American culture, is now allegedly a chaotic-sounding-genre of music with provoking lyrics and videos showing random violence, gang intimidation and such themes.

The earlier Hip-hop-rap scene from the 50s and the 60s spoke about hopes, dreams, ideals and aspirations of both monochrome teens in the quality music through the artists of that era. Early black music united the American youth and the country's selection of music was almost parallel. There were some rebellions however they did not down-rightly produce immoral and degrading content. The earlier rap-era had artists like Stevie Wonder, Smokier Robinson, Lionel Richie, the Temptations, the Shirelles, Mary Wells, the Supremes, Martha and also the Vandellas, the 4 Tops and their likes who gave the normal teenage romance and relationship.

Radicalism has been around since rap with Beastie Boys' amusing "Fight for the best to Party" and also the appearance of more radical rappers like Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Rappers gradually emerged and began shouting and ranting words that featured intimidation, class conflict, hatred of authority, defiance, insolence, animosity and conflict.

The rap-music today is leading the listeners in a rather disturbing direction. It seems as though this complete culture takes pride in becoming notorious. For instance, it is similar to being in prison is a "status symbol" while taking drugs and indulging in beefs is something "cool". Above this, the portrayal of ladies in the rap videos is again dependent on concern. The perception seems to typecast the girl being an object. On humanitarian grounds, this isn't a very kind picture to produce. Such materials coupled with suggestive lyrics can easily manipulate the vulnerable youth.

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The blockbuster charts say a story more clearly, even though it is hard to agree with. It's a choice-demand situation. Individuals are watching, adapting and adopting this type of culture and that's why the top-hits in many cases are the songs you can't hear together with your mother. What saddens one more may be the further lack of creativity. The poetry only goes so far as a poor vocabulary and also the music is far, not even close to inspiring. How do you such symbol of power and ability to generate admirers if not good can be done to society? If Rap music boasts of an era filled with fans, it also needs to remember that with recognition and admiration, comes responsibility. Rap has a responsibility towards its audience and it is time since the performers come forth and go up seriously.
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