A Brief History Of Rhyme And Bass: Growing Up with Hip-Hop

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 12, 2001 - Music - 143 pages
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During the late seventies a generation of black rockers laid the foundation for what would become a multi-billion dollar Industry: Hip-Hop music. “A Brief History Of Rhyme And Bass” fills us in on the origin of rap music and how it evolved from “music with a message” into a cesspool of sex, drugs, death and crime in less than two decades. Lov explores the role of the white “rapper” in Hip-Hop and relays his story of how Hip-Hop has taken him on a trip to a dark, sex and drug infested Hell and back, alive to tell the tale!

 

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Contents

FORWARD
9
INTRODUCTION
11
CONCLUSIONS
128
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
142
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