80s rappers fashion

February 20, 2021

It’s the middle of the 90s, and I’ve never been into rappers before. There are so many ways to express yourself, and I’ve found that hip-hop has become a great source of inspiration in my life. I was born and raised in the United States, so I was raised by a family of musicians. But my father was the only member of the family who played drums and played bass.

So I grew up listening to all the ’80s rap music that was being released in the mid-to-late-90s. I used to listen to artists like Naughty By Nature, No Doubt, and Eminem. I was also into rap videos, music videos, and even MTV music videos. However, it wasn’t until I was about 17 that I really started to appreciate rap music.

Back in 1996 I saw the video for “Do It (For the Nth Time)” by Eminem featuring the song “I’m on Fire” by Busta Rhymes. Both songs were released in the same week. I was really into Eminem, but I was so mesmerized by Busta’s song “Do It (For the Nth Time)” that I couldn’t get enough. I remember it being the first song I ever listened to.

Since I was about 17, I started to get into rap music. I watched so many videos and songs, I started to understand pop culture so much better. Of course I then started to like rap music. I just thought it was so cool that I could rap my own songs. But even though I liked rap music, I didn’t really “get” rap music until I started studying the history of hip hop.

I first heard rap music on one of my early college classes. It was in the late 80s or early 90s. The teacher introduced us to rap music by saying, “You know what hip-hop is, right?” I was confused because I was so used to listening to classical music. I had never heard hip-hop before and I loved it. I was so mesmerized by Bustas song I couldnt get enough. I remember it was the first song I ever listened to.

The 80s were a strange time in American music history. It wasn’t until after the Fall of the Soviet Union that rap was able to become a global phenomenon. Even then the genre was a bit of an underground back then. Not that it didn’t have an influence.

So in the 80s there wasnt really anywhere for artists to get their music out there. The only way was to just put out a few songs and make money off of them, and there werent many artists with the balls to actually put out a proper album that didnt just sound like garbage. The first rapper to really take the genre seriously was Dr. Dre, who put out a couple of albums with major label support, before breaking up with the big label he was signed to.

So now, with the huge success of Jay-Z, it’s not as unusual to see rappers getting their own music out there. With Jay-Z coming up with the hook for his hit single “Sittin On Da Table”, there was no longer any reason a rapper couldn’t release a song of their own. Nowadays rappers can just get their music out to the masses, and it can be done in a matter of a few short years.

Just a few years ago a rapper could never break out of the hip-hop ghetto because hip-hop was really nothing more than a small-time genre. The fact that there wasnt really much to it, plus the fact that rappers were mostly just out to get the big-time artists and make some money from it all, made them look like a very dangerous, unprofessional bunch.

Sure, there are rappers who are genuinely talented, but there are a lot of rappers out there who take it to the next level. And they’re doing it in a very smart, creative way. In particular, some rap artists have taken to making their own clothes, and it turns out that these rappers have a lot of talent. The clothes are pretty cool but they also seem pretty innovative.


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