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The Best In Hip Hop

It wasn't too long ago that hip hop was created in the Bronx in the mid seventies. Songtrust is more than just a rights management platform and publishing administrator - we're +BreakRecord a team of experts in the music community who strive to educate, support, and provide thought leadership to creators, representatives, and businesses across the music industry.
230 Some famous rappers from New York City of Puerto Rican origin are the late Big Pun , Fat Joe , and Angie Martinez With Latino rap groups like Cypress Hill on the American charts, Mexican rap rock groups, such as Control Machete , rose to prominence in their native land.

Freddie and Madlib continue to carry the torch for real hip-hop heads everywhere as they once again put out a strong candidate for album of the year with Bandana The track "Crime Pays" was an obvious stand out from the minute I heard it and it deserves a spot on this list.
Yes, it's official: we can now call Nirvana songs "classic rock." Written by Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and Dave Grohl, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" is the opening track and lead single from Nirvana's 1991 second album, "Nevermind." This early '90s grunge classic is sure to have you taking out your anger and aggression on the pavement or at the gym.

Although references to wealth have existed since the birth of hip hop, the new, intensified "bling-bling" culture has its immediate roots in the enormously commercially successful late-to-mid nineties work (specifically, music videos) of Puff Daddy and Bad Boy Records as well as Master P's No Limit Records.
Notable releases from the best of these artists include all of Kendrick Lamar's mixtapes and albums, Chance the Rapper's Acid Rap, YG's Still Brazy, Schoolboy Q's Blank Face, Danny Brown's Old, Kevin Gates' Islah, Joey Badass' All-Amerikkkan Bada$$, Kamaiyah's A Good Night in the Ghetto, Vince Staples' Big Fish Theory, Brockhampton's Saturation trilogy, and Denzel Curry's TA13OO.

Hip hop uses a simple musical vocabulary to say This isn't right; something needs to change.” And so while the genre was initially intended as dance music, its directness, its accessibility, its capacity to shape-shift and most of all its primal power have made this American export a global phenomenon.
Before the viral sensation of Old Town Road” turned Hill into a pop star and gay icon, hip-hop was already reaching a turning point in its inclusivity, as more young black men exploring sexuality and interrogating masculinity in their work are getting mainstream attention.

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