Houston Rap Hip-hop
 


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09/19/2019 02 hours
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Houston Rap Tapes: An Oral History of Bayou City Hip-Hop
Houston Rap Tapes: An Oral History of Bayou City Hip-Hop
The neighborhoods of Fifth Ward, Fourth Ward, Third Ward, and the Southside of Houston, Texas, gave birth to Houston rap, a vibrant music scene that has produced globally recognized artists such as Geto Boys, DJ Screw, Pimp C and Bun B of UGK, Fat Pat, Big Moe, Z-Ro, Lil? Troy, and Paul Wall. Lance Scott Walker and photographer Peter Beste spent a decade documenting Houston?s scene, interviewing and photographing the people?rappers, DJs, producers, promoters, record label owners?and places that give rap music from the Bayou City its distinctive character. Their collaboration produced the books Houston Rap and Houston Rap Tapes.This second edition of Houston Rap Tapes amplifies the city?s hip-hop history through new interviews with Scarface, Slim Thug, Lez Moné, B L A C K I E, Lil? Keke, and Sire Jukebox of the original Ghetto Boys. Walker groups the interviews into sections that track the different eras and movements in Houston rap, with new photographs and album art that reveal the evolution of the scene from the 1970s to today?s hip-hop generation. The interviews range from the specifics of making music to the passions, regrets, memories, and hopes that give it life. While offering a view from some of Houston?s most marginalized areas, these intimate conversations lay out universal struggles and feelings. As Willie D of Geto Boys writes in the foreword, ?Houston Rap Tapes flows more like a bunch of fellows who haven?t seen each other for ages, hanging out on the block reminiscing, rather than a calculated literary guide to Houston?s history.?

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Hip Hop in Houston:: The Origin and the Legacy
Hip Hop in Houston:: The Origin and the Legacy
Rap-A-Lot Records, U.G.K. (Pimp C and Bun B), Paul Wall, Beyonce, Chamillionaire and Scarface are all names synonymous with contemporary hip-hop. And they have one thing in common: Houston. Long before the country came to know the chopped and screwed style of rap from the Bayou City in the late 1990s, hip-hop in Houston grew steadily and produced some of the most prolific independent artists in the industry. With early roots in jazz, blues, R&B and zydeco, Houston hip-hop evolved not only as a musical form but also as a cultural movement. Join Maco L. Faniel as he uncovers the early years of Houston hip-hop from the music to the culture it inspired.

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Houston Rap: Photographs by Peter Beste
Houston Rap: Photographs by Peter Beste
The Houston, Texas, neighborhoods of Fifth Ward, Third Ward and South Park have grown to be hallowed ground for modern rap culture, populated with celebrities, entrepreneurs, support networks and a micro-economy of their own. Photographer Peter Beste (photographer of True Norwegian Black Metal) and writer Lance Scott Walker spent nine years documenting the most influential style in twenty-first-century hip hop and the vibrant inner city culture from which it stems. Houston Rap, edited by Johan Kugelberg, profiles noted artists such as Bun B of UGK, Z-Ro, Big Mike, K-Rino, Willie D of the Geto Boys, Lil? Troy and Paul Wall, alongside reflections on the lives of departed legends such as DJ Screw, Pimp C and Big Hawk. The book also features community leaders, rappers, producers, businessmen and family members, all providing an astonishing and important insight into a great American cultural narrative. In addition to featuring Beste?s previously unseen images of the contemporary Houston rap scene, Houston Rap includes a detailed timeline charting the growth of rap music in Houston from its origins to the present.

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Missy's Party Popping
Missy's Party Popping
Party down to Missy Elliott's favorite R&B and hip-hop tracks, from Whitney to Wu-Tang to Winehouse.

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Hip Hop Weekly - A Tribute to the Queen of Pop - Whitney Houston (Special Collectible)
Hip Hop Weekly - A Tribute to the Queen of Pop - Whitney Houston (Special Collectible)
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