Aug 2, 2009
No, not "Hip-Hop Explained to Grandma" (though that would be very interesting) but more like the difference between sub-genres of rap, like why the Dirty South sounds nothing like East Coast or West Coast and why Dr. Dre is different stylistically than P. Diddy …
Eric Shafer of Audiotuts explains:
In the realm of popular music, perhaps no genre has been as popular in recent years as hip-hop. However, hip-hop is hardly a new phenomenon, so in this article, we’re going to take an in-depth look at its history and try to make sense of it all.