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Collective participation and audience engagement in rap music / David Diallo.

Av: Diallo, David, 1974- [aut].
Serie: Pop music, culture and identity: Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Fysisk beskrivning: xi, 150 pages illustrations (black and white) 22 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783030253769.Ämne: Rap | Rap (Music) -- History and criticism | Rap (Music) -- Analysis, appreciation | Rap (Music) -- Social aspects | Rap (Music) | Rap (Music) -- Social aspectsGenre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc.DDC klassifikation: 782.421649 LOC klassifikation: ML3531 | .D53 2019
Innehåll:
Call-and-response in rap music -- "Rock the house" : emceeing and collective participation in rap music's formative years (1974-1978) -- "Keeping it real [struck out] live!" : maintaining collective participation on records -- "Coming to you live and direct!" : performing liveness and immediacy on record -- Intertextuality in rap lyrics -- From the stage to the booth to the stage : sustaining collective engagement during live performance -- Rap music and singing along to the N-word -- Discussing collective participation and audience engagement with Sugarhill Gang's Master Gee.
Anmärkning bestånd: C16.907 Libris-ID: htf923wtfxwphcsp
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Call-and-response in rap music -- "Rock the house" : emceeing and collective participation in rap music's formative years (1974-1978) -- "Keeping it real [struck out] live!" : maintaining collective participation on records -- "Coming to you live and direct!" : performing liveness and immediacy on record -- Intertextuality in rap lyrics -- From the stage to the booth to the stage : sustaining collective engagement during live performance -- Rap music and singing along to the N-word -- Discussing collective participation and audience engagement with Sugarhill Gang's Master Gee.

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