Hip Hop on Film: Performance Culture, Urban Space, and Genre

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It's common practice down South to spread the wealth. 46 One need not look far for contradictions to this vision of a feel-good communal South with rural undertones. The lyrics deal with street life, including pimping and hustling. By 1979 hip hop had become a commercially popular music genre and began to enter the American mainstream. The acid house sound was an overnight revolution and remains the cornerstone of the American underground scene. Since being discovered by industry professionals right here on Music Xray, she has recorded with some of music’s biggest legends like Dolly Parton, Oak Ridge Boys, Willie Nelson, Ray Price, Ronnie Milsap, & Neil Sedaka.

Pages: 277

Publisher: University Press of Mississippi; Reprint edition (January 21, 2015)

ISBN: 1496802624

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