When Hip Hop started it was a way for artist s to commune with the audiences. They used this communication to tell a tale. The tale could be close to anything, primarily their up bringing. Hip Hop artists weren’t called rappers, they were refereed to as “Emcee(M.C.).” This abbreviation has tons of synonyms such as, Move The Crowd and Master Of Ceremonies. In the Hip Hop civilization, the word M.C. meant a lot more . M.C’s were acknowledged through out there residential area. It was a endowment that everyone didn’t have. Those who had the ability to put lyrics on a song and make sense, made a career out of there skills.Hip Hop pioneers such as “Sugar Hill Gang,” paved they way for a lot of these current rappers. Anyone can make music, but a true M.C’s creates melodic art. These are the M.C’s that do more than just rap. If you were fan of Hip Hop in the early ninty’s and still are currently, you know the change in the music. Artist are just putting out anything with a good adequate”jingle to it. The music doesn’t mean anything anymore. It’s just a bunch of words clustered on a beat, with intentions of making it a hit single.
Hip Hop’s greatest are still creating good quality music,that’s why they will always sell more than those who don’t make quality music . A hit song doesn’t make you a M.C. It makes you a rapper with a hit song and possibly modified lyrical ability. You have to be able to continously create hit singles. Emcee’s such as Tupac and B.I.G will never go away in Hip Hop’s culture.The music they created was always worth the money you spent.Fans are stealing music, because there favorite rapper isn’t making good music . You have to create the music that will convenience them that the album is worth buying. If the only good song on your album is your single, then why buy the album. Fame can cause your favorite rapper to lose his love for music. Since he has the money , the songs he creates doesn’t have what it use to. They start to slow down on there lyrics as well as there option of beats. They figure that their true fans will purchase the album anyhow. Wrong, I don’t want to hear a lot of garbage lyrics on garbage instrumentals. They more Hip Hop leaves it’s roots, the more I dislike it. Check out EdHip Hop’s up and coming star Kurty Durty at the links below.