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History of hip-hop culture

Hip-hop music consists of two main elements: rap (rhythmic recitative with clearly marked rhymes) and a rhythm set by a DJ; at the same time, compositions without vocals are not uncommon. In this combination, rap performers call themselves "MC" (eng. MC - Microphone Controller or Master of Ceremony). The priority and most appreciated is the art of rhyme, which "MC" in the pursuit of innovation often compose to the detriment of the meaning of the text, which, in turn, turns it into intricate riddles (for example, Guestface Killa says that he purposely strives to compose such rhymes, so that no one but him understands what is at stake). The task of one or more DJs includes programming rhythm on a drum machine, sampling (using fragments of other people's compositions, especially bass and synthesizer parts), manipulating vinyl records, and sometimes “beatboxing” (vocal imitation of a drum machine rhythm). On stage, musicians are often accompanied by a dance ensemble.

Hip-hop originated in the black environment of the Bronx, a New York area, in the second half of the 1970s. At the time, it was party music created by disc jockeys (called "DJs" for short) who worked in the then extremely primitive sampling technique: it often consisted of repeating the musical performance of someone else's dance composition. The first MCs were literally typical entertainers ("Master of Ceremony" - that is, abbreviated to MC; this abbreviation then absorbed many other meanings), they introduced DJs, and also supported the attention of the audience with energetic exclamations and whole tirades. Note that in Jamaica, a similar manner of performance was developed at the turn of the 1960s and 70s. thanks to the emerging technique of duba.

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