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am 9. Juli 1999
Tricia Rose provides a great survey of rap and hip hop and their relevance for black culture. She gives a historical overview of the topic and goes back to the origin of rap in the 70s. I've really learned a lot. Hip hop, for example, is an umbrella term for graffiti, breakdancing and rap music. The development of rap music is presented step by step. Rose also stresses the social background and the effects of hip hop on the modern society and culture. Its function is explained with the help of 3 examples: "Who protects us from you?" by KRS-One, "Illegal search" by L.L. Cool J. and "Night of the living baseheads" by Public Enemy. (A CD with all the songs mentioned in this book would be a nice addition). Hidden Politics are a central element of the messages contained in rap lyrics. Even the "technical" aspect of making rap music is explained in detail. This part also shows the differences between the Western and Afrodiasporic idea of music: "harmony" contra "rhythm". Rose offers a great work. Everybody who is intersted in rap music should read it! (Dies ist eine Amazon.de an der Uni-Studentenrezension.)
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am 25. Juli 2000
Tricia Rose details the Hip-Hop Culture - and its beauty and depth - in this book I call "essential for Hip-Hoppers". For example: I'm writing 'bout Brazilian hip-hop and "Black Noise" cleared many doubts I had on hystoric, artistic, and politic aspects of the 'Culture of Streetz'. Another contribution that elevates this 'Bible of Hip-Hop' is the way Tricia Rose writes. The words flow natural, with many rich informations reduced in a very agradable text. If you don't like this book, you'll never understand the 'Black Noise' of this new millenium! Peace!
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am 3. April 2000
I read this book as a compulsory action for the 'Poetry of Rap' course in which I am currently enrolled at a major university. As a narrative and dialectic of black culture, or rather a single faction of black culture, this book is powerful and informative, providing analysis of many, many social thinkers of the Black Arts and later movements as well as Rose's perspective(s) on the developments of the culture. However, the execution of this text, ostensibly an academic account, is weakened by a diffuse structure, imprecise diction (beyond that necessitated by dealing with a topic heretofore untreated in academic circles with any rigor) and atrocious editing. I highly recommend the text, but by the same token recommend it with a disclaimer: hear why she says, and not what she says.
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am 5. März 2015
Tricia Rose analyses and describes in her "book black noise" history of hip hop and the functionalities in hip hop. Her perspective is unique and well-grounded. Rose describes loads of different aspects of hip hop such as gender roles, musical coherences and illuminates them from different perspectives including a detailed view on the development of hip hop. I can definately recommend this book!
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am 3. Juni 1999
This is an impressive interpretation of Black musical culture, with loads of interesting information and pertinent feminist content. I've read several books with somewhat similar subject matter, from Dick Hebdige's broad and helpful survey to the rather pretentious book by Russell Potter; but none of them captured my interest as much as this one.
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am 7. Februar 1999
brilliant, exhausting and informative... provides a feminist point of view from the inside for all important aspects... read it and love it...
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am 3. April 2013
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