HIP-HOP - R&B
Hip-hop (Eng. Hip hop) - a cultural trend that originated among the working class of New York November 12, 1974. DJ Afrika Bambaataa was the first to identify the five pillars of hip-hop culture: emcing (Eng. MCing), DJing (Eng. DJing) , breaking (English breaking), graffiti (English graffiti writing), and knowledge (a certain philosophy). Other elements include beatboxing, hip hop fashion and slang.
Having arisen in the South Bronx, in the 1980s hip-hop became a part of youth culture in many countries of the world. Since the late 1990s, hip-hop has gradually turned into a part of the music industry from a street underground with a sharp social orientation, and by the middle of the first decade of this century, the subculture has become “fashionable,” “mainstream.” However, despite this, many hip-hop figures still continue its “main line” - protest against inequality and injustice, opposition to those in power.