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Rap has always sounded like nursery rhymes with profane words . So since medieval times.
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As far as the masses (whitey) knowing the term with a musical example tied to it...that Sugar Hill Gang tune "RAPPER'S" DELIGHT. I'm sure it took a few kids a while before they realized it wasnt WRAPPER.S DELIGHT.
It was not only a new sound to a lot of us back then, including my black friends, but it was also a new term/musical name.
I remember well when it came out, I was a senior in HS an for out "class night" the white kids performed The Time Warp" and the black kids performed Rappers Delight.
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The only good liberal is a...well, we're still trying to figure out the answer to that one.
I remember hearing rap for the first time in the mid '70's on the streets.
Growing up in The Bronx you couldn't escape it.Then the whole break dancing happened in the '80s.
It was a good time to bug out from The Bronx.
I remember a review of Much Ado About Nothing and this bit of music. Reviewer asked "Elizabethan Rap?".
So maybe Shakespeare invented rap. But maybe he made a trip to Africa and ripped them off like Picasso?
I was kicked out of music class for passing notes...
Tuned out, turned in and dropped off