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100 Hip Hop Music

We have listed top 100 Hip Hop music for music lovers. Visit every week and get latest music. Just play the button and start listening to your favorite music. Hip jump music, otherwise called rap music is a sort of famous music created in the US by downtown African Americans and Latino Americans in the Bronx ward of New York City during the 1970s. It comprises of an adapted cadenced music that normally goes with rapping, a musical and rhyming discourse that is chanted.It created as a major aspect of hip bounce culture, a subculture characterized by four key elaborate components: MCing/rapping, DJing/scratching with turntables, break moving, spray painting composing and redid cars.Other components incorporate testing beats or bass lines from records (or combined beats and sounds), and cadenced beat boxing.

“It’s that time again,” says Nicki Minaj at the opening of the A$AP Ferg and MadeinTYO collaboration “Move Ya Hips.” What time does she mean, exactly? Judging by the way she and Ferg snap in the verses between MadeinTYO’s chorus, we have to believe she means it’s time to remind everyone how good they are at rapping. While they both go up here, Nicki takes it upon herself to shout out her and Ferg’s Queens-Harlem connection, unintentionally notching “Move Ya Hips” as another win for New York City on the whole. Treat yourself to their lyrical exercise on Rap Life, the playlist at the forefront of hip-hop culture today, and if you hear something you like, add it to your library.

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Friday Feeling- Songs for the upbeat weekend

Songs for that upbeat weekend vibe—no matter what day it is. A great song can make you feel invincible—even if you’re stuck indoors. With that in mind, here’s a set of sky scraping, party-ready pop, hip-hop, and R&B smashes that span the ’90s until now—songs you know, love, and can’t ever quite wear out. We regularly refresh this playlist.

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Why Apple is killing iTunes?

Apple Inc has shaken off its legs, not to dance to any tunes but to kill the iTunes off the shelf. Why such a volt-face when iTunes was not performing poorly or badly for that matter? What once was cheek and jowl to iPod will be long dead gone off the face of the planet. Everyone is taken back by Apple’s decision to cut the umbilical chords off iTunes. But there is one good darn reason for the decision, the peer-pressure from Facebook, Google and Amazon with each vying for music oriented apps. Taking the cue from them, Apple too has gone forward to deliver the apps Apple Music, Apple podcasts and Apple TV in place of iTunes. With the unprecedented success of YouTube, Apple is trying to emulate Google with the idea of promoting unified app experience across all Apple devices. So the unbundling of iTunes is viewed by many critics and Apple Inc themselves as a step in the right direction.

A brief look into the history of iTunes will prompt us with the reasons why Apple took the extreme step for the one thing iTunes never was a top class music player. It had failed rather miserably to showcase itself as top of the rack music player. The primary reason behind this was iTunes primarily came into existence in the early decade of the 21st century to let the Apple users rip and burn CDs easily, without any hassles for at that time the market was based on CD usage. With the passage of time, technology took better of CDs and CD music has lagged behind in sales ever since.

Apple, after iTunes been there for 18 years,is saying goodbye to iTunes. It though not has been hard on the prestige of Apple, to let go iTunes once and forever. The future, led by now three apps instead of one, is quite bright as envisaged by Craig Federighi, vp software engineering at Apple. And in a huge bonanza of songs, Apple is letting the users have access to almost mind-boggling figure of 50 million songs. The number, in its own standing, justifies the killing of iTunes. Whatever be the future, the end user though is not going to suffer.