Archive for December, 2010
Hip-Hop includes violent and abusive words that could eventually mirror used for other illegal sexual purposes. Identified as the hip-hop verbally violates fundamental human rights, particularly women’s rights. Excessive and flagrant abuse connotations can be found in almost every musical score, women are portrayed as prostitutes and assets of no more than sexual pleasure existing rights. Many words in rap songs are abusive and degrading to all women.
Hip-Hop is a manifestation of spin and exploitation of young African-Americans and Latin Americans, and is often seen as sexism and misogyny attributes. New York, blacks and Hispanics, young city originally started the hip-hop culture, including rap, DJing, break dancing and graffiti writing. But it evolved into something much more than local expressions.
Hip-hop is a lifestyle for many people aged between 13 and 30 years. It’s music, video, fashion, club scenes, and the way young people interact with each other. The media have embraced and hip-hop culture, as well as large companies like Coca-Cola and Burger King. Versions of hip-hop are found in media marketing and advertising. The Brooklyn Museum of Art is an exhibition dedicated to hip hop culture.
The most influential hip-hop became known as rap. Rap is a form of poetry, recited in the instrument. Many people consider rap to be brutally honest, violent and misogynistic. But for others, violence and hatred of women is blatant and offensive.