Rap battles are an underground phenomenon that have been around since the 1970s and they are a big part of the hip hop culture.
In America, Hip Hop songs & beats have many different genres today and can be subdivided into various subgenres, fusions with other genres, and regional hip hop scenes. Below is how they all sort of break down:
The (1983) Scarface movie, starring Al Pacino, is a classic and one of the most powerful and most felt stories when it comes to starting from the bottom with nothing and rising to the top.
There is a video going around from BuzzFeed, it was put together to bring light to some strange and even sad facts in hip hop. It's up on YouTube and WorldStar HipHop. It has a lot of facts that were put together in a presentation style video.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Hip hop and R&B surpassed rock for the first time in 2017 as the biggest music genre in the United States, but British artist Ed Sheeran’s romantic pop album “Divide” was the year’s biggest single draw, according to a Nielsen Music report. Powered by a 72 percent increase in on-demand audio …
Scott La Rock August 27, 1987 – In New York City he was shot in the head after trying to help D-Nice (who was assaulted for talking to another man’s girlfriend). Tupac Shakur September 13, 1996 – At night, in Las Vegas Nevada, a Cadillac Escalade pulled up, fired multiple rounds and got shot 4 times. …
This joint “Bust A Move” by Young MC is an integral part hip hop which helped kick off the 1990’s and definitely a song you should listen to.
No party is complete without some spirits to bring a little cheer. Chances are, if you like your rap, you like your booze. The Wall Street Journal actually did a study, and 38% – that's over one third – of charting rap songs mention some sort of liquor at some point. Which ones get play? The favorite picks for getting slizzard are below.