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In Music
  • what did they listen to in the 1940

    In the 1940's the most popular form of music was known as "big band" music. Benny Goodman is one well known practitioner of the art
  • in the 1950 people would rap with jazz beat

  • in the 1950 rap was invented

    Rap music's creation was influenced by West African griot music and Jamaican "toasting" traditions. Griot is a form of praise singing, and toasting is a form of talking over a rhythm
  • Rap is a type of music that is spoken, not sung, in rhyme to the rhythm of a music beat. The word rap comes from a 1960s

  • Rap started in 1970 it name was sugar hill gang

    Rap started in 1970 it name was sugar hill gang
  • how did rap start

    how did rap start
    it began with the street parties that were thrown in the Bronx area of New York. The mastermind behind it was Kool Herc, a Jamaican expatriate and his friends. They did it in the 70's. In this parties, there used to be a Master of Ceremonies (MC) ,who usually got on the stage with the DJ and shouted encouragements to the crown. This practice of shouting became known as toasting. This practice later became Rapping.
  • Rap music was started by young African Americans living in cities during the early to mid 1970s

    Rap music was started by young African Americans living in cities during the early to mid 1970s
  • in 1970 flash helped start the hip hop scene.

    in 1970 flash helped start the hip hop scene.
    Grandmaster Flash is the artist who turned plain turntables into a musical instrument that helped change music forever. Flash helped start the hip hop scene in the 1970s
  • in the 1980 rap music became popular.

     in the 1980 rap music became popular.
    uring the 1980s, rap became popular with mainstream music audiences thanks to acts such as Run-DMC, Salt-N-Pepa and MC Hammer. Other influential rap performers include Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliot, Queen Latifah, Black Eyed Peas and even young rappers like Bow Wow and Lil' Romeo.
  • rap song turned into rock

  • rock turned into rap