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21: Rap Music
... it worst when haft them are out there commiting. Snoop Doggy Dogg faces life in prison on conspiracy murder charges,the grammy winning Snoop had he's many run ins with the laws.March 1993,Tupac Shakur was arrested for assaulting Menace II Society director Allen Hughes after an argument in L.A.Seven months later, Shakur arrested accused of shooting two off-duty officers in Atlanta.Police charge Shakur and ... his 9mm pistol and pulled the trigger. The music was so pump to the max with gunshots and police sirens that he was so hyped up. At the moment of the shooting, he was listening Tupac Shakur songs Crooked Ass Nigga,which descibes a drug dealer on a rampage with 9mm pistol: Comin" quickly up the streets is the punk ass police's The first one jumped out and said,"freeze ...
22: Contaminated Motives
... to grasp the women they longed for; they did it in an immoral and unfavorable manner. When people rise to fame in today s society, they usually retain great amounts of wealth and public recognition. Tupac Shakur can be found to have a direct correlation with Gatsby. Both were brought up poor and did not have much to show for themselves. Because of this, they used their mediocrity as a means of motivation to rise to the top of the world and create a distinct advantage over others. Tupac asserted himself through gangs to get somewhere in life; much like Gatsby did with Dan Cody and the illegalities he stood for. Throughout his life, he embodied these gangs for stability and manipulated them to ...
23: Frank Sinatra
... in the news. Unfortunately, it was about Frank’s Health. Sinatra had died of a heart attack at age 82 on May 14. The nation was astounded. This was the biggest music celebrity news since TuPac’s death. News channels everywhere interrupting their broadcasts for this special bulletin. The first teen idol that the country had ever seen was dead. The most ingenious singer the country had ever seen was dead ...
24: Positive Rap
... venture into the poor neighborhoods of the major cities in America. I have never traveled into a large, metropolitan area such as New York or Los Angeles. However, through the music of such artists as Tupac Shakur, I can gain a general sense of the problems facing many poor, inner city children. People must be made aware of the conditions in these areas before they can begin to improve. Rap music ...
25: Compare And Contrast
... York Times critics labeled “the king and queen of gloriously self-expressive music”. Just as the Hippies had their musical icons, the ‘90s generation has musical icons such as: Wu-Tang Clan, N.W.A, Tupac, and The Notorious B.I.G. The only difference between these groups and the ones of the ‘60s is the type of music. The ‘60s was all about rock and roll, whereas the ‘90s is ...
26: The Effects Of Rap On Inner Cities
... their music on violent crime, mainly murder, and theft. In one of 2-Pac Shakur’s greatest hits, he says, “I’m a self made millionaire, thug livin’ out of prison pistols in the air.” Tupac refers to himself as a thug, and synonyms for the word thug include “hooligan,” “thief,” and “gangster.” At the same time that 2-Pac Shakur is promoting himself as a “thug,” the Bureau of Justice ...
27: History of Rock and Roll
... Another rap artist who has received this award is LL Cool J. The world of rap though was built around the urban population and community which included crime, drugs and unfortunately death. Great rap artists Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G. were recently killed. Most music today, in the late nineties is all revival of old music. We have swing bands (Brian Setzer Orchestra, Cherry Poppin' Daddies), Rockabilly bands ...
28: African Slave Trade
... Another group, who were known as the Mestizos, revolted against Spain in Peru. Many of these Indians remembered how the Spanish conquered them over 300 years ago. It didn't last much because their leader Tupac Amaru was executed, but the slaves saw independence as a way of freedom. These groups were not the only cause of the Independence. Another cause that led to the independence of Latin America, was the ...
29: Was Inca Rule Tyrannical?
... Gamboa to record a history that would prove the Incas had “ruled by force, with deaths, robberies, and rapine without the will and election of the natives.” (Hanke, 66) Toledo attacked the Incas and killed Tupac Amaru, the Inca leader who refused to accept Spanish rule. Finally, Alfred Metraux gives us a more up to date look on the rule of the Incas. Metraux believed that the Incas had been cheating ...
30: Multiculturalism In Music
... another hip-hop group or rapper, usually of a different record label, or someone from a rival city or gang. This ongoing feud still exists, but has somewhat slowed down since the eventful murders of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. Currently rap is still about gangs. However, these ‘gangs’ are now the different record labels of rap, such as, Bad Boy, Ruff Ryder, No Limits, Rockafeller, and Death ...

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