Hip-Hop Feud: East Coast vs. West Coast

Essay by dclassenUniversity, Bachelor'sA-, May 2012

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I. Brief background of hip-hop


Story through hip-hop

II. Rise of Hip-Hop in the mid 70s

Worldwide spreading

Famous artist who paved the way

III. Feuds in the late 70-mid 90s

From dancing to speaking

How Hip-Hop Slang Beef became popular

IV. East vs. West

Bio on Biggie Smalls(East)

Bio on Tupac Shakur(West)

V. Other Examples of Media advantage


Jay Z vs Nas

VI. Subject important to History of APM

Big impact on Hip-Hop culture

Material used



VII. Conclusion

My feelings towards this project

What made me decide this subject

Hip-Hop Feud: East Coast vs. West Coast

Hip-hop is a variety of well-liked ethnicity that Happen in African American city areas such as NY or LA, illustrate by music, forms of art, and break dancing. The root of Hip-Hop come from DJs scratching on records to create a weird beat while an MC blow or rap alongside the beat.

Many music makers such as Dr. Dre still follow these old methods, setting up an old soul track by Ray Charles or Stevie Wonder and generating a new song. Hip-hop was first known to the country and world through the formation of the Universal Zulu Nation. Its location is at the Bronx at the River Center. It had put together DJ'S, dancers, artists, MC's, and rap fanatic to party, given that a venue where they might put across themselves via the four introductory fundamentals. Past and present gang members and dealers would put away their arsenal and drug belongings for a time at Zulu Nation gathering and join the rapidly increasing Hip Hop population. Prepared with the slogan, "Peace, Love, Unity, and Having Fun" community began to express themselves and their tale in the course of hip-hop. Hip-hop was beginning to catch the awareness of the...