Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Rapper's Delight by Sugarhill Gang (1979). Change the Beat (Female Version) by Beside (1982).
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Rap is music just as any other genre is, it can inspire and entertain people and even if it isn't everybody's cup of tea, that doesn't mean it isn't real music at all. It is simply a different kind of music. True rap comes from the heart. Its music that has meaning. Too many people unfortunately get it mixed up with hip-hop. The trashy songs that you hear on the radio, the ones that don't really have much lyrics to them, that is not true rap. When the songs are about nothing but sex, women, money and cars. Sorry rap is not real music. Everyone talks about the struggle on the streets, drug life, gang life we have heard it repeated to death. And that its an art, sorry it doesn't take too much to flow just a decent vocab and ear for the MIDI produced beat or a sampled piece from some else's hard work. But to truly see if it is real music is the live experience. What do you see at a rap concert?
Rap's germination is sometimes attributed to the righteous street poetry of the Last Poets and the Watts Prophets, but it didn't begin to take full shape - and earn its tag - until after the Sugarhill Gang released "Rapper's Delight" in 1979. Since then, rap spread from its New York epicenter throughout the remainder of the . with each region taking on its own specific flavor) and then to countless countries. Should rap ever die, which isn't likely, it would be far too late to prevent its effect on most other music forms, from R&B to rock to jazz.
Non-album single, 1980. Nearly 10 minutes and God knows how many bars of exhortations and boasts, sprawling across a hopped-up disco beat. Doug Wimbish’s bass breakdown is as funky as anything this side of Bootsy Collins. Salt-N-Pepa’s libidinous jam was one of the first rap records to top the dance charts, and it remains as dependable a party-starter as any song of the hip-hop era. The snake-charmer electro groove is a monster and Cheryl Salt James and Sandy Pepa Denton trounce all comers in the man-strafing sassiness department: Can’t you hear the music’s pumpin’ hard like I wish you would? they rap. Joke’s on you, fellas. There was always a plaintive side to 2Pac’s thug-life tales, and he foregrounded the pathos on his 1995 ballad tribute to his mother, Afeni Shakur. The song is the ne plus ultra of hip-hop odes to Mom.
i didnt think rapgenius would be popular at all but it turns out you retards on this site actually think that ‘rap’ music is actually good or something? fucken pathetic. let me give you some reasons why rap is fucking shit
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