All rapped up: An inside look at the rap/dance music scene :

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Swing is distinguished primarily by a strong rhythm section, usually including double bass and drums, medium to fast tempo, and the distinctive swing time rhythm that is common to many forms of jazz. Cheek’s “Lights, Camera, Action” was coded for the demeaning language and sexual conquest categories. Ali and Musab (Rhymesayers), Kuttin Kandi (5th Platoon), Wordsworth (Lyricist Lounge), Greg Watkins (allhiphop.com), Rise & Shine, Cristina Veran, Immortal Technique, DJ G Brown, Black Elephant, Pri the Honey Dark, and many more.

Pages: 119

Publisher: Reel to Real Ministries (1991)

ISBN: 0001484648

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