Difference Between Old-School And New-School HIPHOP

Posted: 2011/10/29 in OldSchool VS NewSchool


Welcome To My Old School Hip-hop Music Blog Before We Start It Is Important That People Understand Whats The Difference Between Old-school And New-school Hip-Hop!!!!!!!

Old school hip-hop has typically 2-3 beats laid on top of eachother and the verbage is quite simple and easier to understand. New school hip-hop has 6-8 beats per track, ad-libs, and tons of edited things like re-verb and echo. The words are more complex and are twice as fast as they are in old school.

The new school of hip hop was a movement in hip hop music starting 1983–84 with the early records of Run-D.M.C. and LL Cool J. Like the hip hop preceding it, it came predominately fromNew York City. The new school was initially characterized in form by drum machine led minimalism, often tinged with elements of rock. It was notable for taunts and boasts about rapping, and socio-political commentary, both delivered in an aggressive, self-assertive style. In image as in song its artists projected a tough, cool, street b-boy attitude. These elements contrasted sharply with the funk and disco influenced outfits, novelty hits, live bands, synthesizers and party rhymes of artists prevalent in 1984, and rendered them old school. New school artists made shorter songs that could more easily gain radio play, and more cohesive LPs than their old school counterparts. By 1986 their releases began to establish the hip hop album as a fixture of the mainstream.

More inclusively, golden age hip hop is a phrase usually framing the late 1980s in mainstream hip hop,[1] said to be characterized by its diversity, quality, innovation and influence,[2] and associated with Public EnemyKRS-One and his Boogie Down ProductionsEric B. & RakimDe La SoulA Tribe Called Quest, and the Jungle Brothers[3] due to their themes of Afrocentricity and political militancy, their experimental music, and their eclectic sampling.[4] This same period is sometimes referred to as “mid-school” or a “middle school” in hip hop, the phrase covering acts like Gang StarrThe UMC’sMain SourceLord FinesseEPMDJust IceStetsasonic, True Mathematics, and Mantronix.OLD-SCHOOL (Gang Starr-Full Clip)

NEW-SCHOOL SnoopDogg ( Jin And Juice

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