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Dooley KP Hit tha trap | KP Dooley Make Hip Hop Beats | Hip Hop Women of Phoenix

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Streamed live on Jun 11, 2014

Dooley KP Hit tha trap | KP Dooley Make Hip Hop Beats | Hip Hop Women of Phoenix

Words, beats, and life! Words, beats, and life! Those three points are just what R.A.P. (Tempo And Poetry) came to be to mean to me. It is exactly what defines how I really felt about the songs that I dropped in passion with nearly instantaneously. I became consumed with this music that made my body step yet at the same time stimulated my interest for learning. I indicate, it was apparent that I was being entertained by this songs ... that much I recognized. Exactly what was not evident was the truth that I was finding out things from this brand-new design of music at an extraordinary price. It was so amusing to me and I was so young that I had no suggestion what was being feed to my brain. I just simply might not acquire sufficient of it. Rap songs was life. Words and the beats became my life.

I expanded to recognize artists like: KRS-ONE, Villain, Poor Righteous Teachers, Brand name Nubian, Intelligent Thug, Queen Latifah, Main Source, the Local Tongues Team, Too Short, and LL Cool, among others. I really did not recognize them personally, however I sure really felt as though I did, based on all the time I invested paying attention to their words. Words these artists rapped was absolutely nothing short in ingenious. I was so delighted by the tempo, the beats, the lyrical material, and the design that these musicians involved. I later found out that several of these artists came to be among the ideal educators of past that I had ever had. I was not formerly shown by them in a typical classroom with a shabby blackboard, out dated content books, and squeaky wooden desks. That was not my classroom for direction. When I was being shown by the similarity BDP and Villain my classroom happened wherever I occurred to be paying attention to their music. In some cases it was on the bus while my walkman's earphones rested carefully on my ears. Often it was outdoors near the basketball courts where they (rap artists) lectured from my good friend's boom box, or "ghetto blaster" as we used to call it. These lectures could happen at any time or anywhere. All I needed to do was listen to the music. The finest component was that it was fun to learn from them. I really did not also understand till I was older, regarding just how much I in fact was learning concerning history, national politics, and lexicon.

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