Hip-Hop/Latino

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Hip-Hop/Latino
Originated in the 1970’s
Significance and instruments used
in Hip-Hop/Latino
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The significance of Hip-Hop/Latino music is
that it not only tells the story of music, but
also tells of urban America and its style
Hip-Hop/Latino music includes instruments
such as harps, guitars, violins, lutes and other
European instruments. Also played are some
indigenous flutes and panpipes
Vocab Words in Hip-Hop/Latino music
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DJing
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MCing
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A style of acrobatic dancing
Upbeat
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Means rapping
Break dancing
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Means auto mixing and scratching
Upbeat is the tempo of Hip-Hop/Latino music
Latino
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Latino’s created this type of music
History of Hip-Hop/Latino
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Latino teens with time on their hands in
the 1970’s invented hip-hop Latino music
This musical style is now one of the
centers of a huge music industry around
the world
Hip-hop began in the 1970’s in the Bronx,
New York City
Famous/Popular Artists of Hip-Hop/Latino
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Calle 13- Popular songs is Fiesta de locos
Cypress Hill- Popular song is Armada Latina
Tego Calderon- Popular song is Punto y aparte
Interesting Fact
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The Smithsonian Institution’s National
Museum of American History in
Washington has a multi-year project
where it traces hip-hop from its origins
as an expression of urban black and
Latino youth culture, to its status today
as a multibillion-dollar industry
worldwide.
Bibliography
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_hip_hop
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPKjcPIC6
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http://www.afrik-news.com/article16233.html
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/the
http://www.latinrapper.com/news.html
http://www.answers.com/topic/latinamerican-music
http://www.latinohiphop.org/2009/04/top-10latino-hip-hop-artist.html
By George Pinzon and Eric Craft
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