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KornLimp Bizkit. Dre remained an important figure in this era, making his comeback in with the album Billboard charts. As his career progressed, he went from performing artist to entrepreneur, label president, head of a clothing line, club owner, and market consultant—along the way breaking Elvis Presley 's record for most number one albums on the Billboard magazine charts by Philadelphia (David Morales Def Mix) - Various - DJs Take Control - Volume 3 (CD) solo artist.

Alternative hip hopwhich was introduced in the s and then declined, resurged in the early-mid s with the rejuvenated interest in indie music by the general public.

The genre began to attain a place in the mainstream, due in part to the crossover success of artists such as OutKastKanye Westand Gnarls Barkley. The album also spawned two number-one hit singles, and has been certified diamond by selling 11 times platinum by the RIAA for shipping more than 11 million units, [] becoming one of the best selling hip-hop albums of all-time. Previously, alternative hip hop acts had attained much critical acclaim, but received relatively little exposure through radio and other media outlets; during this time, alternative hip hop artists such as MF Doom[] The RootsDilated PeoplesGnarls Barkley, Mos Defand Aesop Rock [] [] began to achieve significant recognition.

Glitch hop and wonky music evolved following the rise of trip hopdubstep and intelligent dance music IDM. Both glitch hop and wonky music frequently reflect the experimental nature of IDM and the heavy bass featured in dubstep songs.

While trip hop has been described as being a distinct British upper-middle class take on hip-hop, glitch-hop and wonky music have much more stylistic diversity. Both genres are melting pots of influence. Glitch hop contains echoes of s pop music, Indian ragaseclectic jazz and West Coast rap.

Los Angeles, London, Glasgow and a number of other cities have become hot spots for these scenes, and underground scenes have developed across the world in smaller communities.

Both genres often pay homage to older and more well established electronic music artists such as RadioheadAphex Twin and Boards of Canada as well as independent hip hop producers like J Dilla and Madlib. Glitch hop is a fusion genre of hip hop and glitch music that originated in the early to mids in the United States and Europe.

Musically, it is based on irregular, chaotic breakbeatsglitchy basslines and other typical sound effects used in glitch music, like skips. Glitch hop artists include Prefuse 73Dabrye and Flying Lotus. Wonky music is of the same glitchy style as glitch hop, but it was specifically noted for its melodies, rich with "mid-range unstable synths".

Scotland has become one of the most prominent wonky scenes, with artists like Hudson Mohawke and Rustie. Glitch hop and wonky are popular among a relatively smaller audience interested in alternative hip hop and electronic music especially dubstep ; neither glitch hop nor wonky have achieved mainstream popularity. Flying Lotus's music has earned multiple positive reviews on the independent music review site Pitchfork. Music Festival. Crunk is a regional hip hop genre that originated in Tennessee in the southern United States in the s, influenced by Miami bass.

The style was pioneered and commercialized by artists from Memphis, Tennessee and AtlantaGeorgia, gaining considerable popularity in the mids via Lil Jon and the Ying Yang Twins. The Roland TR and are among the most popular.

The drum machine loops are usually accompanied by simple, repeated synthesizer melodies and heavy bass "stabs". The tempo of the music is somewhat slower than hip-hop, around the speed of reggaeton. The focal point of crunk is more often the beats and instrumental music rather than the Philadelphia (David Morales Def Mix) - Various - DJs Take Control - Volume 3 (CD). Crunk rappers, however, often shout and scream their lyrics, creating an aggressive, almost heavy, style of hip-hop.

While other subgenres of hip-hop address sociopolitical or personal concerns, crunk is almost exclusively "party music", favoring call and response hip-hop slogans in lieu of more substantive approaches. Snap rap also known as ringtone rap is a subgenre of crunk that emerged from AtlantaGeorgia in the late s. Tracks commonly consist of a Roland TR bass drumhi-hatbassfinger snappinga main grooveand a simplistic vocal hook.

In retrospect, Soulja Boy has been credited with setting trends in hip hop, such as self-publishing his songs through the Internet which helped them go viral and paving the way for a new wave of younger artists. Starting insales of hip hop music in the United States began to severely wane, leading Time magazine to question if mainstream hip-hop was "dying. Other journalists say the music is just as popular as it ever was, but that fans have found other means to consume the music, [] such as illegally downloading music through P2P networks, instead of purchasing albums and singles from legitimate stores.

For example, Flo Rida is known for his low album sales regardless of his singles being mainstream and having digital success. His second album R. This also happened to him in For example, there are only four samples used in 's Paper Trail by T. The decrease in sampling is in part due to it being too expensive for producers. In Byron Hurt 's documentary Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymeshe claims that hip hop had changed from "clever rhymes and dance beats" to "advocating personal, social and criminal corruption.

Eminem's album Relapse was one of the fastest selling albums of By the late s, alternative hip hop had secured its place within the mainstream, due in part to the declining commercial viability of gangsta rap.

Industry observers view the sales race between Kanye West's Graduation and 50 Cent 's Curtis as a turning point for hip hop. West emerged the victor, selling nearly a million copies in the first week alone, proving that innovative rap music could be just as commercially viable as gangsta rap, if not more so.

While his decision to sing about love, loneliness, and heartache for the entirety of the album was at first heavily criticized by music audiences and the album was predicted to be a flop, its subsequent critical acclaim and commercial success encouraged other mainstream rappers to take greater creative risks with their music.

That's where I'm at right now. I wanna make the most experimental album I ever made. InTime magazine placed M. A in the Time list of "World's Most Influential people" for having "global influence across many genres.

Due in part to the increasing use of music distribution through social media and blogging, many alternative and non-alternative rappers found acceptance by far-reaching audiences, hence why this era of hip hop is sometimes termed the "blog era". Emerging artists at the time such as WaleKendrick Lamar[] J. B were noted by critics as expressing eclectic sounds, sensitive life experiences, and vulnerable emotions that were rarely seen in the prior bling era.

Also at this time, the Auto-Tune vocal effect was bolstered in popularity by rapper T-Painwho elaborated on the effect and made active use of Auto-Tune in his songs.

Trap music Philadelphia (David Morales Def Mix) - Various - DJs Take Control - Volume 3 (CD) a subgenre of Southern rap that originated in the early s. It grew in the s to become a mainstream sensation, [] eventually reaching ubiquity in the mid-late s and frequently having songs top the Billboard hip hop charts.

Trap artists that originated in the s were able to recapture mainstream success in the s with the rise of trap, including 2 ChainzGucci Mane and Juicy Jbecoming more successful in the latter part of their career than when they debuted.

Critics of the trap genre have used the term " mumble rap " to describe the heavily auto-tuned, and sometimes hard to understand, delivery of verses from a majority of the artists. It's different. The standards are different, the criteria that's taken into consideration in determining validity is different.

We're at a point in history where lyricism almost comes last in very many regards. The rise of streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music in the mid-late s greatly impacted the entire music business as a whole. InDrake released a free streaming-only project titled More Lifewhich he called a " playlist ", insisting that it was neither a mixtape nor an album.

The online audio distribution platform SoundCloud played a massive role in the creation of various artists' careers in the latter half of the s. These songs are usually closely related to trap, but have also been labeled separately as SoundCloud rap.

They have been characterized as usually having moody, sad undertones, and usually feature lo-fi rough production. The genre has been met with much criticism for its low effort in lyrics and production, [] and the problematic nature of the artists to arise from it, such as Lil Peep's drug abuse that led to his death, [] the multiple assault charges to XXXTentacion, [] 6ix9ine pleading guilty to using a child in a sexual performance, [] and the murder charges on Tay-K.

Hip-hop music has reached the cultural corridors of the globe and has been absorbed and reinvented around the world. Hip hop has globalized into many cultures worldwide, as evident through the emergence of numerous regional scenes. It has emerged globally as a movement based upon the main tenets of hip hop culture. The music and the art continue to embrace, even celebrate, its transnational dimensions while staying true to the local cultures to which it is rooted.

Hip-hop's impact differs depending on each culture. Still, the one thing virtually all hip hop artists worldwide have in common is that they acknowledge their debt to those African-American people in New York who launched the global movement. Latinos and people from the Caribbean played an integral role in the early development of hip hop in New York, and the style spread to almost every country in that region.

Hip hop first developed in the South Bronx, which had a high Latino, particularly Puerto Rican, population in the s. With Latino rap groups like Cypress Hill on the American charts, Mexican rap rock groups, such as Control Macheterose to prominence in their native land. In many Latin American countries, as in the U. Hip hop grew steadily more popular in Cuba in the s and s through Cuba's Special Period that came with the fall of the Soviet Union.

When hip-hop emerged, the Cuban government opposed the vulgar image that rappers portrayed, but later accepted that it might be better to have hip-hop under the influence of the Ministry of Culture as an authentic expression of Cuban Culture. Black and indigenous people in Latin America and Caribbean islands have been using hip hop for decades to discuss race and class issues in their respective countries.

Brazilian hip hop is heavily associated with racial and economic issues in the country, where a lot of Afro-Brazilians live in economically disadvantaged communities, known in Brazil as favelas.

Reggaetona Puerto Rican style of music, has a lot of similarities with U. Both were influenced by Jamaican musicand both incorporate rapping and call and response. In Venezuela, social unrest at the end of the s and beginning of the s coincided with the rise of gangsta rap in the United States and led to the rise of that music in Venezuela as well.

Venezuelan rappers in the s generally modeled their music after gangsta rap, embracing and attempting to redefine negative stereotypes about poor and black youth as dangerous and materialistic and incorporating socially conscious critique of Venezuela's criminalization of young, poor, Afro-descended people into their music.

In Haitihip hop developed in the early s. Master Dji and his songs "Vakans" and "Politik Pa m" are mostly credited with the rise of Haitian hip hop. Haitian hip hop has recently become a way for artists of Haitian backgrounds in the Haiti and abroad to express their national identity and political opinions about their country of origin. In Europe, Africa, and Asia, hip hop began to move from the underground to mainstream audiences. In Europe, hip hop was the domain of both ethnic nationals and immigrants.

British hip hopfor example, became a genre of its own and spawned artists such as WileyDizzee RascalThe Streets and many more. Italy found its own rappers, including Jovanotti and Articolo 31grow nationally renowned, while the Polish scene began in earnest early in the decade with the rise of PM Cool Lee.

In RomaniaB. Mafia came out of Bucharest 's Pantelimon neighborhood, and their brand of gangsta rap underlines the parallels between life in Romania's Communist-era apartment blocks and in the housing projects of America's ghettos. One of the countries outside the US where hip-hop is most popular is the United Kingdom.

Grimea genre of music derived from UK Garage and drum and bass and influenced by hip hop, emerged in the early s with artists such as Dizzee Rascal becoming successful. Although it is immensely popular, many British politicians criticize the music for what they see as promoting theft and murder, similar to gangsta rap in America.

These criticisms have been deemed racist by the mostly Black British grime industry. Despite its controversial nature, grime has had a major effect on British fashion and pop music, with many young working-class youth emulating the clothing worn by grime stars like Dizzee Rascal and Wiley. In Germany and France, gangsta rap has become popular among youths who like the violent and aggressive lyrics.

These references also spawned great controversy in Germany. In the Netherlands, MC Brainpower went from being an underground battle rapper to mainstream recognition in the Beneluxthus influencing numerous rap artists in the region. In Israel, rapper Subliminal reaches out to Israeli youth with political and religious-themed lyrics, usually with a Zionist message.

In Japan, where underground rappers had previously found a limited audience, and popular teen idols brought a style called J-rap to the top of the charts in the middle of the s. Of particular importance is the influence on East Asian nations, where hip hop music has become fused with local popular music to form different styles such as K-popC-pop and J-pop. Israel's hip hop grew greatly in popularity at the end of the decade, with several stars both Palestinian Tamer Nafar and Israeli Subliminal.

In Portugal hip hop has his own kind of rapping, which is more political and underground scene, they are known for ValeteDealema and Halloween. Russian hip hop emerged during last years of Soviet Union and cemented later, with groups like Malchishnik and Bad Balance enjoying mainstream popularity in the s, while Ligalize and Kasta were popular in the s. In former Yugoslavia hip hop first appeared during the s mostly with Serbian hip hop with performers such as B-boyThe Master Scratch BandBadvajzer, and others.

During the late s hip hop had a boom, with Rambo Amadeus and later Beogradski sindikat becoming a major performer. Bosnian and Herzegovinian hip hop is nowadays dominated by Edo Maajka.

In the region hip hop is often used as a political and social message in song themes such as war, profiteering, corruption, etc. Frenkieanother Bosnian rapper, is associated with Edo Maajka, and has collaborated beyond Bosnian borders. In Tanzania in the early s, local hip hop artists became popular by infusing local styles of Afrobeat and arabesque melodies, dancehall and hip-hop beats with Swahili lyrics.

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