Hip Hop Urban RnB Trap Club Music MEGAMIX 2015 – CLUB MUSIC

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In this video series entitled “Tru Insights”, I will be posting Snap Chat discussions on topics which extend beyond the music production domain. Today’s conversation is regarding the concept of genre and its inconsistent usage. What is pop? What is urban? Do these genres describe a specific sound aesthetic or are they code words for describing classes and races? Let me know.

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29 Responses to Hip Hop Urban RnB Trap Club Music MEGAMIX 2015 – CLUB MUSIC

  1. reza Neverend schreef:

    what the title of the first song ??

  2. Adonis Lopez schreef:

    whats the song called at 11:03

  3. reza Neverend schreef:

    what the title of the first song ??

  4. Hūseyin Akbababa schreef:

    hip hop musik

  5. Yura az schreef:

    34:00 song name ? <3

  6. Tristan Parson schreef:

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  7. Ramona Branch schreef:

    Hood music

  8. Ramona Branch schreef:

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  9. Ramona Branch schreef:

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  10. Ramona Branch schreef:

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  11. мария хип-хоп schreef:

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  12. Jennifer Pesce schreef:

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  13. Mr. dab man schreef:

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  14. [̲̅т̲̅н̲̅є̲̅ ̲̅J̲̅σ̲̅k̲̅є̲̅я̲̅ ] souls schreef:

    33:44 what is title?

  15. Hi schreef:

    waht is the name 2 song?

  16. [̲̅т̲̅н̲̅є̲̅ ̲̅J̲̅σ̲̅k̲̅є̲̅я̲̅ ] souls schreef:

    what title of song 07:00

  17. Juan Matheus schreef:

    name song music? 34:18

  18. King Fillins schreef:

    Apparently the term Urban Contemporary was coined by DJ Chief Rocker FRANKIE CROCKER in the mid 70's.
    He wanted to bridge and open up the music market etc…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yt0pNAm8aCI

    Still In November 2011, apparently Ivan Barias claimed it when he was on a flight home to the East Coast from L.A., where he'd been working with Frank Ocean, or Miguel, or Justin Timberlake, or one of the other superstar singers for whom the 40-year-old produces and writes, when a light bulb above his head lit up. "I said, 'Let's create a new category called Urban Contemporary,'" he explained over the phone from Philadelphia, where he's president of The Recording Academy's local chapter. "Anyone that's singing on urban radio, they're not doing anything that you would call traditional R&B."
    (http://www.thefader.com/2015/02/02/this-is-why-the-urban-contemporary-grammy-exists)

    Urban contemporary music, also known as urban music, musical genre of the 1980s and ’90s defined by recordings by rhythm-and-blues or soul artists with broad crossover appeal. Urban contemporary began as an American radio format designed to appeal to advertisers who felt that “black radio” would not reach a wide enough audience.
    (https://www.britannica.com/art/urban-contemporary-music)

    So is the term related to breaking down stereotypes or furthering racism?

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  20. GODSON Official Music schreef:

    Success is all that matters. Genres never did.

  21. William Steen schreef:

    Yip urban is a horrible term to describe music.
    I don't really like the term "beats"
    Then I check a sample pack out & the cover shows all those stereotypical images that we all cringe at……

  22. kb productions schreef:

    I don't know I think that there should be R&B and Country, Rock EDM house classical and so on butt they can get rid of urban and I guess the Neo-Soul

  23. Nowell Valeri schreef:

    Yep, totally agree. When I was building my Maschine user library, the Urban label was one of the first ones i ditched. Acoustic, Digital, Vinyl… Urban??? What the hell is that??? 😉

  24. Andrew Richards schreef:

    Urban simply means "built up area". Pop is simply short for "Popular"… I like good interesting catchy music, and that applies to all time!

  25. Danny Smooth schreef:

    I feel you totally, DX it.

  26. Kev The Gamer schreef:

    Great vid man! I hate the term Urban music because its often times just music made by people of african or latin decent. When Eminem makes a song its called pop but its still rap. Always been rap or like you said how are you a pop artist with 40 fans on Soundcloud? There's nothing pop about that! I wouldn't even consider pop a genre because its just popular music.

  27. Jerome Mitchener schreef:

    Man I agree for sure.. we get so caught up in these titles..

  28. itsinmynamechap schreef:

    I'm just going to give you a little bit of a UK historical perspective. Pop in terms of music just means 'popular music' in its primary sense. We all used to know this but I have noticed people in the US becoming particularly confused about it and it appears to be because you have a Pop chart and also charts for, say 'Urban' music etc. There is also how services like iTunes divide up music for the sake of ease. The term "Pop" is being used as a genre marker.

    Pop is like the commercial version of what Folk music used to be. Folk music used to be the music that the common people played and listened to at home or at gatherings. Every group of people would have their own type of folk music. You could and still can have folk music in China, England, Kenya, wherever. Folk in terms of the English language and culture just means 'people', the peoples music, as opposed to Courtly or Classical music which was the preserve of Royalty and the establishment in general. The problem arises if you start to refer to Pop music as a specific genre over and above what the term actually means. Pop is just what people are buying the most of at any given time making the music popular. Fundamentally there is no racial aspect to Pop and the sound is defined by what music is popular.

    I think the problem in America, particularly in the last few years or so, is that there has become too much of this inclination to view everything, and especially aspects of culture, through the prism of racial identity politics. Which is just about the most unhelpful way to view the world.

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