I. Brief background of hip-hop
Story through hip-hop
II. Rise of Hip-Hop in the mid 70s
Famous artist who paved the way
III. Feuds in the late 70-mid 90s
From dancing to speaking
How Hip-Hop Slang Beef became popular
IV. East vs. West
Bio on Biggie Smalls(East)
Bio on Tupac Shakur(West)
V. Other Examples of Media advantage
Jay Z vs Nas
VI. Subject important to History of APM
Big impact on Hip-Hop culture
My feelings towards this project
What made me decide this subject
Hip-Hop Feud: East Coast vs. West Coast
Hip-hop is a variety of well-liked ethnicity that Happen in African American city areas such as NY or LA, illustrate by music, forms of art, and break dancing. The root of Hip-Hop come from DJs scratching on records to create a weird beat while an MC blow or rap alongside the beat. Many music makers such as Dr. Dre still follow these old methods, setting up an old soul track by Ray Charles or Stevie Wonder and generating a new song. Hip-hop was first known to the country and world through the formation of the Universal Zulu Nation. Its location is at the Bronx at the River Center. It had put together DJ'S, dancers, artists, MC's, and rap fanatic to party, given that a venue where they might put across themselves via the four introductory fundamentals. Past and present gang members and dealers would put away their arsenal and drug belongings for a time at Zulu Nation gathering and join the rapidly increasing Hip Hop population. Prepared with the slogan, "Peace, Love, Unity, and Having Fun" community began to express themselves and their tale in the course of hip-hop. Hip-hop was beginning to catch the awareness of the youth and start itself as energy for change.
Hip- hop music was once driven by independence, a love for life, and a desire to have fun. Since it really started to take recognition in the mid 70's, hip-hop began to increase global, and its music urbanized into something much larger than anyone had ever anticipated. Hip-hop started in the streets of New York City, where it continue during the 80's and early 90's. Throughout the mid 90's, new artist such as MC Hammer, The D.O.C, Ice-T, and N.W.A developed from the west coast, shifting the game as the public knew it.
The cause of numerous disagreements among various societies grew based upon the unconcern and unawareness of the people surrounding hip-hop. Coast to Coast, rivals involving different crowds began to take position. The representation of hip-hop and the communication that it once describes was now shifting, only to become bad. possibly the most well-known rap feud of current era is the early to mid-1990s rivalry between the East Coast's Bad Boy Records and the West Coast's Death Row Records, which was broadly deliberation of and detailed in the media as an East Coast vs West Coast heated discussion.
Two prime example of beef that went down in history of hip-hop as one of the greatest beef ever was between the West Tupac Shakur and the East Notorious B.I.G. Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 - September 13, 1996), recognized by his stage name 2Pac was born East Harlem, New York City but later moved to Oakland C.A. He had four Albums and seven posthumously released albums was one of West best rappers coming into the industry. From the East there was Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), best recognized as The Notorious B.I.G born in New York City N.Y but was raised in Brooklyn was the best coming out of the East. He had two Albums and three posthumously albums. There beef all started over which side had more dominance over the other west or East L.A or N.Y. Most times beef was used over more recognition or over nothing to crazy, the beef between the west and the east cause both 2Pac and B.I.G. While this was often done in good joking, the deaths of Tupac...
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