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Rapping or rhyming , spitting , [1] emceeing , [2] MCing [2] [3] is a musical form of vocal delivery that incorporates "rhyme, rhythmic speech, and street vernacular", [4] which is performed or chanted in a variety of ways, usually over a backbeat or musical accompaniment.

The earliest precursor to the modern rap is the West African griot tradition, in which "oral historians", [7] or "praise-singers", [7] would disseminate oral traditions and genealogies, or use their formidable rhetorical techniques for gossip or to "praise or critique individuals. Rap is usually delivered over a beat , typically provided by a DJ , turntablist , Beatboxer , or performed A capella without accompaniment.

Stylistically, rap occupies a gray area between speech, prose, poetry, and singing. The word, which predates the musical form, originally meant "to lightly strike", [10] and is now used to describe quick speech or repartee.

It was part of the African American dialect of English in the s meaning "to converse", and very soon after that in its present usage as a term denoting the musical style. The English verb rap has various meanings, these include "to strike, especially with a quick, smart, or light blow", [13] as well "to utter sharply or vigorously: By the late s, when Hubert G. Brown changed his name to H. Rap Brown , rap was a slang term referring to an oration or speech, such as was common among the "hip" crowd in the protest movements, but it did not come to be associated with a musical style for another decade.

That's what rapping is, it's in the way you talk. Rapping can be traced back to its African roots. Centuries before hip-hop music existed, the griots of West Africa were delivering stories rhythmically , over drums and sparse instrumentation. Such connections have been acknowledged by many modern artists, modern day "griots", spoken word artists, mainstream news sources, and academics.

Blues music , rooted in the work songs and spirituals of slavery and influenced greatly by West African musical traditions, was first played by blacks [ clarification needed ] , and later by some whites, in the Mississippi Delta region of the United States around the time of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Jazz , which developed from the blues and other African-American and European musical traditions and originated around the beginning of the 20th century, has also influenced hip hop and has been cited as a precursor of hip hop.

Not just jazz music and lyrics but also jazz poetry. According to John Sobol, the jazz musician and poet who wrote Digitopia Blues , rap "bears a striking resemblance to the evolution of jazz both stylistically and formally".

One such tradition is the patter song exemplified by Gilbert and Sullivan but that has origins in earlier Italian opera. In musical theater, the term " vamp " is identical to its meaning in jazz, gospel, and funk, and it fulfills the same function. Semi-spoken music has long been especially popular in British entertainment, and such examples as David Croft's theme to the s' sitcom Are You Being Served?

Although these probably did not have a direct influence on rap's development in the African-American cultural sphere, they paved the way for acceptance of spoken word music in the media market. With the decline of disco in the early s rap became a new form of expression.

Rap arose from musical experimentation with rhyming, rhythmic speech. Rap was a departure from disco. Sherley Anne Williams refers to the development of rap as "anti-Disco" in style and means of reproduction.

The early productions of Rap after Disco sought a more simplified manner of producing the tracks they were to sing over. Williams explains how Rap composers and DJ's opposed the heavily orchestrated and ritzy multi-tracks of Disco for "break beats" which were created from compiling different records from numerous genres and did not require the equipment from professional recording studios.

Professional studios were not necessary therefore opening the production of rap to the youth who as Williams explains felt "locked out" because of the capital needed to produce Disco records. More directly related to the African-American community were items like schoolyard chants and taunts, clapping games , [31] jump-rope rhymes , some with unwritten folk histories going back hundreds of years across many nationalities.

Sometimes these items contain racially offensive lyrics. Art forms such as spoken word jazz poetry and comedy records had an influence on the first rappers.

Van Peebles describes his vocal style as "the old Southern style", which was influenced by singers he had heard growing up in South Chicago. I was also influenced by spoken word song styles from Germany that I encountered when I lived in France. During the midth century, the musical culture of the Caribbean was constantly influenced by the concurrent changes in American music. As early as , [42] deejays were toasting an African tradition of "rapped out" tales of heroism over dubbed Jamaican beats.

It was called "rap", expanding the word's earlier meaning in the African-American community—"to discuss or debate informally. The early rapping of hip-hop developed out of DJ and Master of Ceremonies ' announcements made over the microphone at parties, and later into more complex raps. Different DJs started embellishing what they were saying. I would make an announcement this way, and somebody would hear that and they add a little bit to it.

I'd hear it again and take it a little step further 'til it turned from lines to sentences to paragraphs to verses to rhymes. One of the first rappers at the beginning of the hip hop period, at the end of the s, was also hip hop's first DJ , DJ Kool Herc. Herc, a Jamaican immigrant, started delivering simple raps at his parties, which some claim were inspired by the Jamaican tradition of toasting.

I couldn't play reggae in the Bronx. People wouldn't accept it. The inspiration for rap is James Brown and the album Hustler's Convention ". I was ten, eleven years old," [47] and that while in Jamaica, he was listening to James Brown: That's who inspired me.

A lot of the records I played were by James Brown. However, in terms of what we identify in the s as "rap" the source came from Manhattan. Kurtis Blow also says the first person he heard rhyme was DJ Hollywood. Guys back then weren't concerned with being musical. I wanted to flow with the record". And in , he ushered in what became known as the Hip Hop style by rhyming syncopated to the beat of an existing record uninterruptedly for nearly a minute.

The style that Hollywood created and his partner introduced to the Hip Hop set quickly became the standard. What actually did Hollywood do? This usually consisted of short patters that were disconnect thematically; they were separate unto themselves.

But by Hollywood using song lyrics, he had an inherent flow and theme to his rhyme. This was the game changer. By the end of the s, artists such as Kurtis Blow and The Sugarhill Gang were just starting to receive radio airplay and make an impact far outside of New York City, on a national scale.

Blondie 's single, " Rapture ", was one of the first songs featuring rap to top the U. Billboard Hot chart. Old school rap —84 [51] was "easily identified by its relatively simple raps" [52] according to AllMusic , "the emphasis was not on lyrical technique, but simply on good times", [52] one notable exception being Melle Mel , who set the way for future rappers through his socio-political content and creative wordplay.

Golden age hip hop the mids to early '90s [53] was the time period where hip-hop lyricism went through its most drastic transformation — writer William Jelani Cobb says "in these golden years, a critical mass of mic prodigies were literally creating themselves and their art form at the same time" [54] and Allmusic writes, "rhymers like PE 's Chuck D , Big Daddy Kane , KRS-One , and Rakim basically invented the complex wordplay and lyrical kung-fu of later hip-hop".

MCs stay on beat by stressing syllables in time to the four beats of the musical backdrop. The strong beat of the accompaniment coincides with the stressed beats of the verse, and the rapper organizes the rhythms of the intervening syllables to provide variety and surprise".

The same technique is also noted in the book How to Rap , where diagrams are used to show how the lyrics line up with the beat — "stressing a syllable on each of the four beats gives the lyrics the same underlying rhythmic pulse as the music and keeps them in rhythm In rap terminology, bars is the amount of time that rappers are generally given to perform a guest verse on another artist's song; one bar is typically equal to four beats of music. Old school flows were relatively basic and used only few syllables per bar, simple rhythmic patterns, and basic rhyming techniques and rhyme schemes.

Rakim, The Notorious B. Artists and critics often credit Rakim with creating the overall shift from the more simplistic old school flows to more complex flows near the beginning of hip hop's new school [69] — Kool Moe Dee says, "any emcee that came after had to study Rakim just to know what to be able to do. We were not even using the word flow until Rakim came along. It was called rhyming, it was called cadence, but it wasn't called flow. Kool Moe Dee states that Biggie introduced a newer flow which "dominated from to ", [67] and also says that Method Man was "one of the emcees from the early to mid-'90s that ushered in the era of flow Music scholar Adam Krims says, "the flow of MCs is one of the profoundest changes that separates out new-sounding from older-sounding music There are many different styles of flow, with different terminology used by different people — stic.

MCs use many different rhyming techniques, including complex rhyme schemes, as Adam Krims points out — "the complexity It has been noted that rap's use of rhyme is some of the most advanced in all forms of poetry — music scholar Adam Bradley notes, "rap rhymes so much and with such variety that it is now the largest and richest contemporary archive of rhymed words.

It has done more than any other art form in recent history to expand rhyme's formal range and expressive possibilities". Then Rakim showed us that you could put rhymes within a rhyme Many of the rhythmic techniques used in rapping come from percussive techniques and many rappers compare themselves to percussionists. Since the s, rapping has evolved into a style of rap that spills over the boundaries of the beat, closely resembling spoken English.

In , an American hip-hop collective from Atlanta , Migos , popularized this flow, and is commonly referred to as the "Migos Flow" a term that is contentious within the hip-hop community.

The standard form of rap notation is the flow diagram, where rappers line-up their lyrics underneath "beat numbers". Del the Funky Homosapien says, "I'm just writing out the rhythm of the flow, basically. Even if it's just slashes to represent the beats, that's enough to give me a visual path. Hip-hop scholars also make use of the same flow diagrams: To successfully deliver a rap, a rapper must also develop vocal presence, enunciation , and breath control. Vocal presence is the distinctiveness of a rapper's voice on record.

Enunciation is essential to a flowing rap; some rappers choose also to exaggerate it for comic and artistic effect. Breath control, taking in air without interrupting one's delivery, is an important skill for a rapper to master, and a must for any MC. An MC with poor breath control cannot deliver difficult verses without making unintentional pauses. Raps are sometimes delivered with melody. The Midwestern group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony was one of the first groups to achieve nationwide recognition for using the fast-paced, melodic and harmonic raps that are also practiced by Do or Die , another Midwestern group.

Another rapper that harmonized his rhymes was Nate Dogg , a rapper part of the group Rakim experimented not only with following the beat, but also with complementing the song's melody with his own voice, making his flow sound like that of an instrument a saxophone in particular.

The ability to rap quickly and clearly is sometimes regarded as an important sign of skill. In certain hip-hop subgenres such as chopped and screwed , slow-paced rapping is often considered optimal. The current record for fastest rapper is held by Spanish rapper Domingo Edjang Moreno, known by his alias Chojin, who rapped syllables in one minute on December 23,

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