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Hip Hop – More than music, lifestyle

Hip hop is a cultural movement that originated in New York in the 1970s. Rap, DJ, breakdance and graffiti are considered the main components of hip hop culture. Hip-hop style of music consists of a rhythmic style of speaking (rap) on the back beats that are played by a DJ. Although rap is often confused with hip hop, not exactly the same. Rap is a vocal style that involves a performer speaking rhythmically a stroke and is usually a component of hip-hop. Hip hop was inspired funk or disco music, which borrowed the bat. Since 1979, has entered the mainstream America and became a popular genre. In 1990, a form called "gangsta rap" evolved. Today, hip-hop fashion is not only the U.S. but worldwide.

The rise of hip hop was not arbitrary. It happened in the 1970s, when people were tired of the dance and rock and needed a change. But that was not the only reason. There were also some of the social and political causes. the popularity of hip-hop grew in the same time the power of black and Latino gangs. Hip hop became a protest against the middle-class white community of black poor community living in "ghettos". The song is about the reality of the ghettos that are not exactly peaches. Accordingly, the hip-hopers used his music to express their feelings and frustrations. Of course, what began as a protest of the poor class become an industry of millions of dollars, but that's another story.

Today, listening to hip hop not only African Americans but also white people. In fact, many successful hip hopers are white, one example being the notorious rapper Eminem. fans hip-hop has its own style of dress (with pants usually large baggie pants, bandanas, tattoos, sportswear and chains of gold or platinum) and speech. Consequently, we can say that hip-hop is more than music and has become a lifestyle for many. However, given the popularity of rap music, there are numerous artists and competition between them is fierce. The question is how can a young artist at the beginning of his career, become popular and make a name? How do you get the attention of a producer who can help him to enter show business? The first step would be to record a hip hop mixtape and send it to several important studies music. The problem is that these studies are thousands of records every day. Many young artists, delighted by the mirage of easy success and fame, knocking on the doors of the studies of music with a hip hop mixtape in your hands.

What every aspiring hip hopper should know is that there are websites where you can publish your songs for thousands of listeners interested to hear them. If you are lucky you will receive an offer from one of the studies of music and get to record their first album. Up important is to believe in his talent and not give up easily. Send your mixtape hip hop to all producers who have heard about. Even if you do not obtain any information at first, do not lose hope. If you have talent, hip hop mixtape eventually be heard by someone who realizes its potential. The road to success is not as easy as may seem, it requires hard work, talent and perhaps a bit of luck, but in the end will be worth all this.

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Hip hop is one of the most popular music genres today. Invented in 1970s in New York, the hip-hop has roots in African-American and African music. Nowadays, many people listen to hip-hop because they identify themselves with its message. Every young artist who wants to make it into the rap industry must send a hip hop mixtape to producers and hope that someone will recognize their talent.

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