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#0 by CyberpunK (User) (0 mesaje) at 2013-01-19 13:11:53 (433 săptămâni în urmă) - [Link]Top
Reînviem old school hip-hop si tot ce e legat de acesta
Postăm linkuri cu muzică, texte proprii în română, rusă, engleză,beats & graffity și în general nu deschidem tema actuală care mă deranjează nu numai pe mine.Ce hip-hop de gunoi ascultă tinerii de astăzi.

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Old-school hip hop (also spelled "old skool") describes the earliest commercially recorded hip hop music (approximately from 1979–1984),[1] and the music in the period preceding it from which it was directly descended (see Roots of hip hop). Old school hip hop is said to have ended around 1984 due to changes in both rapping technique and the accompanying music and rhythms.

The image, styles and sounds of the old school were exemplified by figures like Afrika Bambaataa, The Sugarhill Gang, Grandmaster Flash, Spoonie Gee, Newcleus, Treacherous Three, Funky Four Plus One, Kurtis Blow, Busy Bee Starski, Lovebug Starski, The Cold Crush Brothers, and Fab Five Freddy.[2] It is characterized by the simpler rapping techniques of the time and the general focus on party related subject matter.[2]

Musical characteristics and themesEdit
Old-school hip hop is noted for its relatively simple rapping techniques compared to later hip-hop music.[2] Artists such as Melle Mel would use relatively few syllables per bar of music,[3] with relatively simple rhythms.[2][3]

Much of the subject matter of old school hip hop centers around partying and having a good time.[2] One notable exception is the song "The Message", which was written by Melle Mel for his hip hop group, Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five.[2] Immortal Technique explains how party content played a big part in old school hip hop, in the book How to Rap: "hip-hop was born in an era of social turmoil... in the same way that slaves used to sing songs on a plantation... that's the party songs that we used to have".[4]

Battle rap was also a part of old school hip hop. Talking about battle rapping, Esoteric says, "a lot of my stuff stems from old school hip-hop, braggadocio ethic".[5] A famous old school hip hop battle occurred in December 1981 when Kool Moe Dee challenged Busy Bee Starski.[6] Busy Bee Starski's defeat by the more complex raps of Kool Moe Dee meant that "no longer was an MC just a crowd-pleasing comedian with a slick tongue; he was a commentator and a storyteller",[6] which KRS-One also credits as creating a shift in rapping in the documentary Beef.[7]

Freestyle rap during hip-hop's old school had a different definition from the definition it has today – Kool Moe Dee refers to this earlier definition in his book, There's a God on the Mic: "There are two types of freestyle. There’s an old-school freestyle that’s basically rhymes that you’ve written that may not have anything to do with any subject or that goes all over the place. Then there’s freestyle where you come off the top of the head".[8] In old school hip hop, Kool Moe Dee says that improvisational rapping was instead called “coming off the top of the head”,[9] and he refers to this as “the real old-school freestyle”.[10] This is in contrast to the more recent definition defining freestyle rap as "improvisational rap like a jazz solo".[11]

Old school hip hop would often sample disco and funk tracks such as "Good Times" by Chic. However the use of funk samples went into a decline from 1983 onwards. A live band was often used, as in the case of The Sugarhill Gang. The use of extended percussion breaks led to the development of mixing and scratching techniques. Scratching was pioneered by Grand Wizard Theodore in 1977, and the technique was further developed by other prominent DJs such as Grandmaster Flash. One example includes Grandmaster Flash's "Adventures on the Wheels of Steel", which was composed entirely from Flash on the turntables. However very few tracks contained significant scratching techniques prior to 1981.


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100 Greatest Rap/Hip-Hop Artists
1. Run-D.M.C.
  2. Public Enemy
  3. 2Pac
  4. Eric B. & Rakim
  5. Jay-Z
  6. OutKast
  7. N.W.A
  8. Notorious B.I.G.
  9. Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five
10. A Tribe Called Quest
11. Nas
12. Ice Cube
13. LL Cool J
14. De La Soul
15. Kanye West
16. Scarface
17. Big Daddy Kane
18. Dr. Dre
19. Wu-Tang Clan
20. Eminem
21. UGK
22. Boogie Down Productions
23. The Beastie Boys
24. Slick Rick
25. EPMD
26. Snoop Dogg
27. MC Lyte
28. Gang Starr
29. Afrika Bambaataa
30. Kool G Rap
31. Kurtis Blow
32. The Roots
33. E-40
34. Common
35. The Jungle Brothers
36. Whodini
37. Ghostface Killah
38. Lauryn Hill
39. Eightball & MJG
40. Goodie MOB
41. Too $hort
42. Bone Thugs N Harmony
43. Mos Def
44. Salt N Pepa
45. Busta Rhymes
46. Digital Underground
47. Lil G
48. Pete Rock & CL Smooth
49. The Fugees

50. DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince
51. T
52. Queen Latifah
53. Raekwon
54. The Cold Crush Brothers
55. Redman
56. Eazy-E
57. Talib Kweli
58. Lil Kim
59. Ludacris
60. Naughty By Nature
61. Little Brother
62. Heavy D
63. Geto Boys
64. Jean Grae
65. Cypress Hill
66. DMX
67. dead prez
68. Mobb Deep
69. Digable Planets
70. KRS-One
71. The Pharcyde
72. Missy Elliott
73. Ice-T
74. Lupe Fiasco
75. Brand Nubian
76. Ras Kass
77. Arrested Development
78. Kool Keith/Dr. Octagon
79. The Funky Four+1
80. 50 Cent
81. Eve
82. The Sugarhill Gang
83. Method Man
84. Del the Funkee Homosapien
85. Jeezy
86. Da Brat
87. Big Punisher
88. Schoolly D
89. The D.O.C.
90. X-Clan
91. Big L
92. Diddy/Puff Daddy
93. Mystikal
94. Foxy Brown
95. Kid 'N Play
96. Souls of Mischief
97. DJ Quik
98. Stetsasonic
99. Treacherous Three
100. MF Doom.

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#602 by gn110 (Hakuna matata) (1 mesaje) at 2017-06-21 10:24:55 (202 săptămâni în urmă) - [Link]Top
RIP Prodigy:(

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#602 gn110, Am văzut la știri. Am rămas fără cuvinte...RIP

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