Shady Bizzness

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Keyboard instruments produce their sounds in different ways, but they all have keyboards. We share your disappointment and greatly appreciate your understanding. Classical music is my favorite genre of music. Even iconic southern groups like OutKast straddled an undervalued local urban club scene and a more nationally oriented rap scene, two venues which possessed substantially different values of spatial authenticity. The idea of rapping was imported into New York by the Jamaican immigrants, who were already familiar with "toasting" (a reggae artist talking in rhyme over the instrumental sections of a record).

Pages: 187

Publisher: Fastlife Music (July 2005)

ISBN: 0976768704

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