Hip Hop Truth for the Art and Pulse of America!
This cultural brilliance of sound presented a voice and mindset detailing life growing up in the streets of America's largest urban populations of color going as far back as the 1920s. Sprung from the spirits of hustle and grime, this culture quickly uncovered an amazing bunch of fresh African American forces of nature eager to express their street accounts and contribute to a spirited new style of soul of black Americana across the globe.
Today, Hip Hop has reached the doorsteps of just about everywhere on the planet and played at each venue imaginable.
In this book, I provide you with an elementary perspective of the following:
- Differences between what is Hip-Hop and Rap
- Hip Hop's earliest influences
- Explanation of what constitutes Hip Hop and Rap Culture
- Underground Rap and why it's the core of the genre
- Myths & Theories
- Greatest moments in hip hop history
- Research in Hip Hop's Genres
- Hip Hop's Global impact
- And much more...
As this music legacy continues to expand its sway, know for sure it's here to stay.
This History of Hip Hop Series give you the very history of the indisputable force of urban artists and their deejays. Hip Hop lives on!
Press Buy Now and learn about one of the greatest music legacies of American music today!
About the Author
About me: I'm Eric Reese, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I've worked as a community organizer, educator, graphic design, human services and a number of other fields.
I'm the recipient of the first Mayoral Scholarship of Philadelphia (1993), the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers Human Relations Award (1989) and a few other awards and scholarships nationally and globally.
I've always had an interest in writing especially from the old-journal-in-the-morning days as many of my books today reflect my experiences here and abroad.
When I have time for myself, I love traveling, mediating and researching new marketing tactics.
One of my weirdest experiences was when I once lived on a top roof in an apartment building in Beirut for a few weeks until I found somewhere to stay during the war in Afghanistan. Every night, I'd listen to BBC radio and hear the chaos while not be detected.
Some say that my lively and energetic character has made me many friends across the world. I really hope so; with many friends come many enemies.
In the future, I'd love to own a large home somewhere in a quiet peaceful spacious area where my neighbors are not close but not far.
Now I live wherever is called home in hopes of achieving my goal one of these days.