History GenreMotif / HipHop

25th Jun '17 9:14:22 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheFastAndTheFurious'' series ''runneth over'' with this kind of motif. Even the third movie which takes place in Japan (I WONDAA IF YOO KNO HOW THEY RIIBU IN TO-KY-O!!! IF YOO SIIN IT AND YOU FEERIIT DEN YOO KNO YOO HABU TOO GO! FAST AND FURIUUUUUS!!!)

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* ''TheFastAndTheFurious'' ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' series ''runneth over'' with this kind of motif. Even the third movie which takes place in Japan (I WONDAA IF YOO KNO HOW THEY RIIBU IN TO-KY-O!!! IF YOO SIIN IT AND YOU FEERIIT DEN YOO KNO YOO HABU TOO GO! FAST AND FURIUUUUUS!!!)
10th May '17 7:24:45 AM JWEdwards
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* ''Franchise/TheDynamiteTwinsAndFriends'' is heavily influenced by hip-hop and [[GenericGraffiti graffiti]]. Especially from the 80s and 90s.
23rd Feb '17 11:57:56 PM jormis29
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** And referenced in a crazy CrowningMomentOfFunny in JJ's [=S4=] episode when he and his equally nice mum are in a ludicrously cute [=2CV=] singing along to "Vicks", "My Hooker" and "White Ladies" (written for the show by Fat Segal and Daniel Kaluuya - the bloke who played Posh Kenneth - but you can probably guess what they sound like from the titles).

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** And referenced in a crazy CrowningMomentOfFunny in JJ's [=S4=] episode when he and his equally nice mum are in a ludicrously cute [=2CV=] singing along to "Vicks", "My Hooker" and "White Ladies" (written for the show by Fat Segal and Daniel Kaluuya Creator/DanielKaluuya - the bloke who played Posh Kenneth - but you can probably guess what they sound like from the titles).
7th Apr '16 11:45:07 PM Floria
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* In ''Fanfic/AintNoGrave'', Bucky Barnes, despite being a white guy who was born nearly a hundred years ago, develops a fondness for gangsta rap. He is a tough guy with a DarkAndTroubledPast so it fits thematically, even if it is amusingly incongruous when Captain America's buddy who grew up during Prohibition starts making Wu-Tang Clan references.
29th Mar '16 3:15:36 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''GurrenLagann'' uses rap as a general motif of [[LaResistance sticking it to the man]] in some of its songs, most notably the aptly titled "Rap is a Man's Soul", [[RefrainFromAssuming better known as "Raw Raw Fight The Power".]] It may also contain the only example of a song combining rap and ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome opera]]''.

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* ''GurrenLagann'' ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' uses rap as a general motif of [[LaResistance sticking it to the man]] in some of its songs, most notably the aptly titled "Rap is a Man's Soul", [[RefrainFromAssuming better known as "Raw Raw Fight The Power".]] It may also contain the only example of a song combining rap and ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome opera]]''.
27th Dec '15 2:25:32 PM nombretomado
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* Pretty much completely averted in {{Skins}} when Cassie's kindly middle-aged driver starts blasting "Move, Bitch" by Ludacris.

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* Pretty much completely averted in {{Skins}} ''Series/{{Skins}}'' when Cassie's kindly middle-aged driver starts blasting "Move, Bitch" by Ludacris.
26th Nov '15 4:02:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheWire'' doesn't have any actual soundtrack, but gangster characters are often introduced by a steady hip-hop beat [[SourceMusic coming from their car stereo.]]
* ''SamuraiChamploo'':Hip Hop::''Anime/CowboyBebop'':GenreMotif/{{Jazz}}

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* ''TheWire'' ''Series/TheWire'' doesn't have any actual soundtrack, but gangster characters are often introduced by a steady hip-hop beat [[SourceMusic coming from their car stereo.]]
* ''SamuraiChamploo'':Hip ''Anime/SamuraiChamploo'':Hip Hop::''Anime/CowboyBebop'':GenreMotif/{{Jazz}}
21st Jun '15 7:36:53 PM bluehedgehogjunkie
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"Conscious" hip hop artists such as Mos Def, A Tribe Called Quest, or even Common, may be used in a soundtrack to give an urban yet indie feel.

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"Conscious" hip hop artists such as Mos Def, A Tribe Called Quest, Music/ATribeCalledQuest, or even Common, Common may be used in a soundtrack to give an urban yet indie urban-yet-indie feel.
21st Jun '15 7:31:55 PM bluehedgehogjunkie
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Back in the days of old school rap, HipHop was often used as part of someone who is TotallyRadical. With the rise of popularity of the ''far more aggressive'' gangsta rap, and hardcore Hip-hop rap is now used as a motif for anything related to the darker aspects of street life. If you hear hip hop in the soundtrack, you can be sure that everything is taking place on the wrong side of the law.

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Back in the days of old school rap, HipHop was often used as part of someone who is TotallyRadical. With the rise of popularity of hardcore hip-hop and the ''far more aggressive'' gangsta rap, and hardcore Hip-hop rap is now used as a motif for anything related to the darker aspects of street life. If you hear hip hop in the soundtrack, you can be sure that everything is taking place on the wrong side of the law.
18th Apr '15 8:19:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''SamuraiChamploo'':Hip Hop::''CowboyBebop'':GenreMotif/{{Jazz}}

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* ''SamuraiChamploo'':Hip Hop::''CowboyBebop'':GenreMotif/{{Jazz}}Hop::''Anime/CowboyBebop'':GenreMotif/{{Jazz}}
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