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Hip-Hop IS a culture. It isn't simply emceeing. Other valuable parts include Djing/turntables, b-boying, and graffiti. RAP IS NOT HIP-HOP. Jan 9, 2014

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    Hip-Hop IS a culture. It isn't simply emceeing. Other valuable parts include Djing/turntables, b-boying, and graffiti. RAP IS NOT HIP-HOP.

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    Born in Toronto, Ontario and raised in Fort Lauderdale, FL since the age of 3. I am a graduate of the University of Richmond, Class of 2013 and a current law school student at Barry Law School in Orlando. I started writing Hip-Hop songs at the age 12 and ever since then, expanded on my inspirations/influences, not solely from 90s or Underground Hip-Hop, but also from various other genres such as Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Metal, Jazz, Funk, Blues, Soul, Swing, etc. I am an aspiring artist who has ambitions of bringing back “The Message” to today’s Hip-Hop scene and changing the Game. I do NOT, in any of my songs or lyrics, speak about materialism for that isn’t my style.

    My Hip-Hop inspirations are mainly 90s Hip-Hop artists or Underground artists. The 80s/90s (mainly 90s) mainstream artists I have drawn inspiration from Eminem (pre-Encore), Notorious BIG, Big Pun, Big L, KRS-One, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Snoop Dogg (pre mid 2000s), Nas, Jay-Z (pre-Kingdom Come or American Gangster album), NWA, Outkast, A Tribe Called Quest,Gangstarr, Wu-Tang, Redman, Busta Rhymes (pre mid 2000s), Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and most of all, my favorite, Tupac. Some I like from today are Lupe Fiasco, Kanye West (pre-808 Heartbreak), Ludacris (pre-Battle of the Sexes album), Kendrick Lamar, etc.

    The Underground artists I have drawn from are: MF Doom, AZ, Masta Ace, Reks, Termanology, Fashawn, Homeboy Sandman,Immortal Technique and most of all my favorite Blu.

    Other Hip-Hop artists I like but don’t consider “conscious” Underground nor Mainstream but still independent are: Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, SWizZz, Jarren Benton (pretty much all of Funk Volume), XV, Logic, Joey Badass, etc.

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