The History of Hip Hop3 books in series
The History of Hip Hop Publisher's Summary
Eric Reese is taking the cultural shock of hip-hop to unknown boundaries of music history, so educate yourself in the way of life that is defining young America now!
Hip-hop truth for the art and pulse of America!
This cultural brilliance of sound presented a voice and unique mind through the rough streets of America's largest conurbations going as far back as the 1920s. Sprung from the spirits of poverty, this inner-city culture quickly uncovered an amazing bunch of fresh young Black American forces of nature eager to express their own unique street accounts and contributed to a spirited new style of soul of Black Americana across major cities in the US.
Nowadays, hip-hop has reached the doorsteps of regions as distinct as Africa, Japan, Korea, Myanmar, Jamaica, and just about everywhere. To picture how far rap music has come, I tell you its biography in a number of urban themes; all pointing to a surreal social evolution. You'll learn in this audiobook:
- The differences between hip-hop and rap
- The earliest records of music styles that greatly influenced hip-hop
- What constitutes hip-hop and rap culture
- Why underground hip-hop is its prominent feature
- The merits of cultural theory and popular culture in rap
- Greatest benchmarks in hip-hop history by year
- Genres of rap music and hip-hop thoroughly explained
- And much more
As this music legacy continues to expand its sway, know for sure it's here to stay.
The History of Hip Hop gives the popular culture listener the very insights of an indisputable force of rappers that guarantees to keep producing incredible music talents and exciting new classics for ages to come.
Hip-hop lives on! No need to hesitate. Click "Buy Now" and submerge yourself in the legacy of the world's cultural evolution!