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HIP HOP CULTURE Цели и задачи: ознакомить с современными течениями в молодежной среде развивать социокультурную и страноведческую компетенции способствовать развитию эстетического вкуса
HIP HOP CULTURE Hip-hop includes four key forms of expression: - mixing (combining sounds using turntables or other sources) - “b-boying” (dancing) - graffiti art - MCing
Master of Ceremonies An Emcee or Master of Ceremonies(MC) throughout the history of hip-hop has been defined as the one who can control the crowd with his voice and crush opponents with his lyrics. The greatest emcees of all time like Rakim, Big Daddy Kane and KRS-One have been successful for their ability to create cadences that were unheard before their time.
They had seemingly endless vocabularies and set the trend for later emcees who would try to emulate the way they wrote and the way the spoke. They had the intelligence, confidence, and storytelling capability to leave crowds and listeners in awe of their lyrical content, whether it was at a fast pace or slowed down.
. In the early 1970s, Kool DJ Herc began organizing dance parties in his home in the Bronx. The parties became so popular they were moved to outdoor venues to accommodate more people. City teenagers, after years of gang violence, were looking for new ways to express themselves. These outdoor parties, hosted in parks, became a means of expression and an outlet for teenagers
This culture manifested itself throughout New York City around the mid-1970s. Hip-hop was initiated as a cultural movement by inner-city youth, mostly Latinos, Hispanics, and African Americans in New York City, in the early seventies. The word "rap" was derived in the sixties, from a slang word that meant conversation.
There is a message passed down from the godfathers of hip-hop: to earn respect, you must be skilled on the mic, possess the ability to rock a crowd with sheer lyricism, and explain why you were better than the man next door.
In America around the late 1960s, graffiti was used as a form of expression by political activists, and also by gangs to mark territory. Now graffiti is recognized as a visual expression of rap music, just as breakdancing is viewed as a physical expression.
As hip hop music grew, developed and evolved, so did its looks and fashion styles, wild and fun, full of color and action
True fans appreciate that hip-hop is not just about music; it is a way of life, a language, and a unique perspective that uses music to address racism, oppression, and poverty issues, and transforms the music into a political movement. The aim is to motivate young adults to get active in the civil rights movement. Hip-hop narrates the stories of inner city African-Americans trying to live the American dream from the bottom up. It is about the youth culture of New York City taking over the world someday—about dance, art, hurt, love, racial discrimination, broken homes, overcoming adversity, and fulfillment.
At present, hip-hop is enjoyed all around the world.