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  1. Hardcore hip hop - Wikipedia

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    Hardcore hip hop (also hardcore rap) is a genre of hip hop music that developed through the East Coast hip hop scene in the 1980s. Pioneered by such artists as Run-DMC , Schoolly D , Boogie Down Productions and Public Enemy , it is generally characterized by anger , aggression and confrontation .

  2. Hardcore hip hop - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Hardcore hip hop From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hardcore hip hop (or Hardcore rap) is a form of hip hop that originated in the East Coast hip hop scene. It is known for being aggressive with noisy instruments.

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  3. Category:Hardcore hip hop - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Hardcore hip hop" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  4. Hardcore hip hop — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Jul 28, 2019 · Hardcore hip hop (also hardcore rap) is a genre of hip hop music that developed through the East Coast hip hop scene in the 1980s. Pioneered by such artists as Run—D.M.C., Schoolly D, Boogie Down Productions and Public Enemy, it is generally characterized by anger, aggression, and confrontation.

  5. Talk:Hardcore hip hop - Wikipedia

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    • "The Gangsta Rap Totally disappeared."
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    • Tim Dog
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    • Hardcore Rap vs Hardcore Hip Hop
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    Removing this part of the article; it's ridiculous. It's embarrassing, especially since other Wikipedia articles on rap clearly point out that gangsta rap continues to be a significant factor in hip hop, to this day. Gangsta rap hasn't disappeared, obviously, as shown by the continuing success of 50 Cent and many other gangsta rappers. I want to know more about the hardcore like a style

    Most of the people on that list are no longer making hardcore hip-hop and are currently making pop music --Xdiabolicalx22:08, 1 May 2006 (UTC) True, I especially believe that Snoop Dogg should be removed. He is clearly Pop. ReverendG00:21, 26 June 2006 (UTC) No they shouldn't be removed. Just because they are making pop music, doesn't mean there pre-existing music is pop. Why Eminem ain't on the list? He did a lot of hardcore hip hop songs. Sabertooth02:13, 4 June 2007 (UTC)

    I just deleted the section, as no file were present for them. Please provide a fair use rationale when re-uploading. Don Cuan06:29, 30 June 2007 (UTC)

    Tim Dog should be on the list, his album Do or Die; is dedicated to hardcore hip hop and he coninues to do hardcore hip hop MC Bucky —Preceding unsigned comment added by MC Bucky (talk • contribs) 03:44, 29 November 2007 (UTC)

    This was recently redirected to gangsta rap. Hardcore hip hop and gangsta rap are not completely synonymous. As those refs point out, "Gangsta rap is the style most commonly associated with hardcore rap, but not all hardcore rap revolves around gangsta themes". Therefore, it's misleading to treat those terms synonymously by redirecting this page. If anyone thinks this article shouldn't stand on its own, please take it to AfD instead of redirecting without discussion. Spellcast (talk) 01:05, 6 January 2009 (UTC) Allmusic is a painfully inacurate source, and if you wish to prove the exstistance of this genre, I suggest you find a better source. Until that time, I will enforce the agreement of amny editors that this pages does not deserv an article Dude101.2 (talk) 04:25, 8 January 2009 (UTC) 1. There's no agreement of "many editors" here or anywhere that shows support for a redirect. Four people have reverted the redirect with no-one else showing support for it. Anyway, Allmusic is ac...

    Your kidding me? There are so many hardcore rappers better known than the majority of those on that list. Wu-Tang Clan? Mobb Deep? Nas? And no where does the article indicate that list is only partial. — Preceding unsigned comment added by DevourDarkness (talk • contribs) 07:53, 8 April 2012 (UTC)

    Rap is a style of music in particular, whereas Hip hop is a more broader lifestyle category which includes the music/rap aspect of things. My issue here is the use of the term "hardcore hip hop" to essentially describe "hardcore rap", when the term Hardcore hip-hop is actually rarely used to describe this style of music/rapping. For example, when one says "political hip hop", it refers not to a style of rap but a subject matter, and which transcends beyond simply rap, and can appropriately be used to described one's take on hip hopas a whole. My point is that, "hardcore rap" is used to describe a rap stylethat is loud and aggressive; whereas the term "hardcore hip hop" does not have a defined term and can mean different things to different people, for example "serious hip hop" or "real hip hop" or "hip hop that lacks non-hip hop aspects" or more. Even in this article, I have yet to see ONE single citation that can reference a widespread-use of the term hardcore hip hop. Even citatio...

    The article starts out discussing hardcore hip hop of the early to mid 1980s such as Public Enemy, Schoolly D and Ice-T.The list contains contemporary artists whose sound is nothing like the old style such as Army of the Pharaohs.I propose the article be split into two or restricted to only hardcore hip hop of the 1980s.The list at least should be limited to artists of the age when hip hop was evolving into something "hardcore".Rfwh (talk) 04:54, 21 March 2015 (UTC)

  6. Hardcore hip hop - Wikipedia

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    L'hardcore hip hop (o hardcore rap) è una forma di musica hip hop dal confronto e dall'aggressività come temi delle liriche, di solito rappate su beat duri.Il termine può riferirsi anche a generi correlati quali gangsta rap, horrorcore, rapcore, political hip hop, conscious hip hop e alternative hip hop.

  7. Hardcore hip-hop – Wikipédia

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    Hardcore hip-hop alebo hardcore rap je subžáner hip-hopu, ktorý sa vyvinul z east Coast hip-hopu v 80-tych rokoch. Bol propagovaný takými interpretmi ako Schoolly D, Spoonie Gee, Boogie Down Productions a Kool G Rap a je všeobecne charakterizovaný agresívnym zvukom a konfrontačnými textami, ktoré odrážajú skúsenosti mestského čierneho muža.

  8. Hardcore hip hop - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Hardcore hip hop o también hardcore rap, es un género musical, considerado un elemento dentro del movimiento hip hop, caracterizado por su concurrente agresividad literaria. Este es un término musical usado en el entorno del colectivo del hip hop en español a partir del término inglés del hardcore hip hop para englobar a este tipo de rap.

    • Dirty rap, trap
    • Comienzos de los años 1980 que inició mejor principalmente en costa este de Estados Unidos
  9. Hardcore hip hop – Wikipedia

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    Hardcore hip hop on hip hopin alalaji, jolle ominaisia piirteitä voivat olla muun muassa usein vihainen tai vähintäänkin tavallista energisempi räppäys, aggressiiviset sanoitukset, voimakas ja kärjistävä mielipiteiden ilmaisu sekä raskassointisemmat biitit.

  10. Hardcore hip hop – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Hardcore hip hop. Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Este artigo ou secção não cita fontes confiáveis e independentes. Ajude a inserir referências. Hardcore hip hop é um estilo musical derivado do hip-hop e desenvolvido na cena East Coast hip hop. O termo pode referir-se também a outros gêneros como o gangsta rap e o rapcore .