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Here is link on what Hip Hop could become
There is a great problem, within the media regarding hip hop. Frankly being the idea that its just a fade and used as advertising a of bunch nonsense to a degree. Films such as the step up series do not show the true essense of hip hop, music and lifestyle. Rather they tend to illustrate fancy or images that have almost trival expression, that demotes to concept of hip hop and its origins. Another example is that rappers these days are not expressing the meaning of hip hop clearly. They have music videos about nothing but sex, drug, alchole and other varities that serve no justice within real hip hop communities. At the same time, that is the entertainment industry, which bases it ideals soley on profits. At the end of the day they neglect a very important structure of what hip hop is. That it is like all other genres of music or self-expression or art as people call it. And when entertaiment businesses use hip hop as nothing but a vehicle for profit it degrades that art greatly, halting it's evolution to nothing more than a dance flick or some angry rapper that's trying to strike gold. The essense of hip hop is built on foundations such as bboying, MC, scratching, and graffite. All these elements are concepts of expression within real hip hop. They share the goal of describing conflicts, resolve, and growth as individuals, just like everyother dance or music genre, to art. For those reasons,Hip hop has died, by the hand of the entertainment industries. Hopefully someone will review this documentary to understand the it's a culture of the world.
This is what Hip Hop is