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  1. 1. Hip hop critics<br />1. Hip Hop causes Violence<br />2. Hip Hop Reflects Black Dysfunctional Ghetto Culture<br />3. Hip Hop Hurts Black People<br />4. Hip Hop Is Destroying America’s Values<br />5. Hip Hop Demeans Women<br />
  2. 2. Hip Hop’s Defenders<br />1. Just Keeping It Real<br />2. Hip Hop Is Not Responsible for Sexism<br />3.”There Are Bitches and Hoes”<br />4. We’re Not Role Models<br />5. Nobody Talks About the Positive in Hip Hop<br />
  3. 3. Ashley Judd Speaks Out Against Rappers <br />Ashley Judd doesn't just pull the covers back on her family life in her new autobiography.  She also takes aim at rappers like P. Diddy and Snoop Dogg.In addition to just being a memoir, Ashley's book also talks about her advocacy work on behalf of women all over the world.  And she criticizes the organization YouthAIDS for using rappers as spokespeople.She says, quote, "YouthAIDS was supported by rap and hip-hop artists like Snoop Dogg and P. Diddy to spread the message . . . um, who?  Those names were a red flag."As far as I'm concerned, most rap and hip-hop music . . . with its rape culture and insanely abusive lyrics and depictions of girls and women as 'ho's' . . . is the contemporary soundtrack of misogyny."She also kind of blames the kinds of attitudes found in rap lyrics for a lot of the world's problems . . .Quote, "I believe that the social construction of gender . . . the cultural beliefs and practices that divide the sexes and institutionalize and normalize the unequal treatment of girls and women, privilege the interests of boys and men, and, most nefariously, incessantly sexualize girls and women . . . is the root cause of poverty and suffering around the world." <br />
  4. 4. According to Trisha Rose Social Psychologist Carrie B. Fried studied the violence in rap music lyrics. She used lyrics from a folk song about killing a police officer and from the same participants the song was presented in rap: and to others, as country. Her study support the hypothesis that lyric presented as ap music are judged more harshly than the same lyric presented as country music<br />
  5. 5. Differences in Rock vs. Rap<br />Lyrical and InstrumentalOne of the primary differences in hip-hop and rock music is what is accentuated in the various songs of the respective genres. Hip-hop music focuses on the beat and is primarily concerned with a sound suited for dancing. In addition, the lyrics of hip-hop music are often the main focus of the song. Rap lyrics are like poetry spoken to a beat, and clever rhymes are among the most important aspects of any hip-hop song. On the other hand the rock musicians, while also concerned with lyrics, are more concerned with voice quality and singing, and the songs tend to focus on the skill of the musician on his instrument. Rock songs are often guitar-heavy and feature solos to accentuate the instrument as much as the voice.

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  6. 6. The Difference Between Rap & Hip Hop<br />The difference between rap and hip hop is not rigidly defined. Most people agree that hip hop is a cultural phenomenon while rap is a style of music. Hip hop includes fashion and trends, while rap is limited to spoken rhythmic music. In short, rap can be hip hop, but hip hop cannot be rap.Read more:<br />
  7. 7. New form of Hip Hop is Gospel Hip Hop It now has a category at the Grammy’s<br />Other names<br />Gospel Rap<br />Christian Hip Hop<br />Holy Hip Hop<br />

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