Certainly, tons of turntables, cartridges and phono preamplifiers are being produced as well.
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Mar 16, Nas- The World is Yours: He stands next to Biggie and Tupac Shakur as one of the most influential rappers of the 90s. Why I want to take a step back oh my days.
There are primary reasons for this, some of them could be the financial ease of using other music, rather than hiring session musicians and recording new original tracks. There are more creative reasons for using samples, which I feel are just as, or even more important than the money.
In a nutshell, sampling gives us a chance to re-tell and re-contextualise the stories and the music that people have written in the past.
An overlooked point the documentary touches upon is how this has the power of appealing not only to the younger generations listening to the new music, but their parents listening to the old samples. When talking about this song inparticular, Nas was revolutionary in tying jazz and hip hop together to allow the kids and their parents to listen together at home, and both find something they enjoy about the song.
I am happy to say I no longer generalise like that, there is a lot of frustration you can hear in the music, but it gets so much deeper than that. The song discusses the essence of struggle.
It starts right off with a reference to one of the strongest figures to face adversity, Ghandi. Nas creates a sense of optimism, or a desire to succeed out of this.
The dark and dirty truth is that success comes with struggle. We struggle to get to the top, and not only that. We struggle amongst ourselves.
I want to add in a quick discussion of the music video, which adds meaning and power to the song. There is one image that speaks out to me clearer than day.
Its the picture frame of a black sailor most likely a dead father, or relative sitting on top of the T. There are some powerful images of people, from all races and walks of life in this picture.
They, as well as we, all go about our own personal struggles in life, but when we come together, much in the way that Nas brings generations together through two generations of music, we can beat the struggle. I think those people really need to look at the music from a different perspective.
We need to see it for the deeper meaning. Things are done for a reason, and there is a reason that this song is considered to be one of the greatest rap songs ever produced. Please hit the little heart at the bottom of this article if you enjoyed it, and hit follow if you want to read more musical and other goodness.Condor.
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By closing this message you agree to allow cookies to be downloaded. The song hits harder following Wetton's death on 31st January from cancer. If you're a The Breakfast Club or Simple Minds fan, expect this to sound similar in rhythm to a plea not to "forget about me."; Feet by Assemblage The entire song is a guy calling his lover because he's on a plane that's going to crash.
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