Ebonics music: neo-ghetto
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#1 Aug 21, 2013
Hip-Hop music (also known as rap) is a form of metered African-American lyricism rhyme syncopation that is delivered with Ebonics phonetics.
Ebonics is an African-American dialect utilizing phrase simplification substitutions such as "Fi Dis" for "Five Discs" and "Who This?" for "Who is this?"
Hip-Hop musicians using Ebonics phonetics include the Fugees, the Wu-Tang Clan, and the Digable Planets.
African-American musicians have given us colorful variants of ragtime and jazz and contributions to syncopation-based music patterns begun by rock musicians such as Elvis Presley and Bob Dylan reflect a general African-American cultural commitment to celebrating "lifestyle rhythms."
Perhaps African-American community-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Crooklyn" (1994) and "Soul Food" (1997) reflect the neo-psyche lingo marketability inherent in the lifestyle syncopation symbolism in Ebonics rap.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
#2 Aug 21, 2013
My God, the God of all the heavens and the heaven and the earth.
I ask you to give me all the blessings of this soul and the blessings of all their family, that they do not use everyday to bless your beautiful name. I will take them and use them to bless your beautiful name everyday. Where as they do not.
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