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With the rise in the levels of performance and payment through the music, many rappers decided to make collaborations. These collaborations were intended to create competition so that one musician could manage to overdo the other in the public domain. Nonetheless, the influence of the music on human life was incredible. Many people who engaged in Hip-hop music were reported to have joined one or more gang activities and groups. It is with the establishment of these groups that escalated the desire to have the music be played in varied public places and clubs. Many scenes demonstrating the music was staged in various sections of the American cities.
The rappers went about performing in live concerns in order to have supporters of their music. Initially, the concerns were categorical of playing the music while the audiences licensed to their while doing other activities. Within a short time, the DJs began to involve the rappers in dancing, live singing, and engaging with audiences. This was done in order to have a more touch of the music being taken by the audience. Since the aspect was done amidst many rappers, it was evident that many of them were trying ways of outdoing their opponents while in stage. Some rappers would shout their names together with the DJs criticize the works of their opponents, praise their styles and skills, while doing all these as a form of fun and humor. Nonetheless, the whole aspect of competition was done an enormous blow when some of the Hip-hop musicians were killed by the supporters of their opponents or by the opponents. The entire music began to take groups that resulted in the establishment and growth of gangs and other illicit groups like those trafficking drugs, robbers, and many more.
During the escalation of the death of rappers in the country, many of who had engaged in collaborations had their lives under threat because their counterparts had to take care of their businesses. Within a short time, it was reported that many of the rappers had developed individual crushes and were engaging in trying to outdo each other even at death. The first complicated case involved Notorious B.I.G and Tupac (Icons of Hip Hop 23-67).
With the exclamations and work of the media, the two sections of the city in the East Coast and West Coast were not left in the creation of separations. Artists from the West Coast engaged in competition and rivalry with those from the East Coast. The media were blamed to have escalated the rivalry since not many of the Hip-hop rappers from the two sections had involved in fierce rivalry. In a bid to stop the media from escalating the entire stories, one of the singers and a group called Roxanne Wars criticized the media through one of the Hip-hop songs. Nonetheless, rivalry was evident since some of the rappers engaged in fierce rivalry like Nas and Jay-Z. Nonetheless, most of their encounters were not violent.
One of the common categories of rapper clash was through disks and trucks. Many of the disks and trucks that involved lyrics had insults that were directed at their opponents. Many rappers diverted the innate messages contained in their Hip-hop music into hate and malicious messages. These messages were either reactions or directions that instructed their opponents in accordance to some form of insults. Rappers engaged in their open battles while the public engaged in competition in support of their preferred musicians. The other subdivision came from the origin of Hip-hop musicians. For instance, those from the East Coast could clash with those from the West Coast. In some other instances, rappers could be seen engaging in open confrontations that resulted in fights often. Amid nineties, the West Coast had engaged in open battles with the East Coast. The same was being replicated amongst the musicians.
Through the same avenues of competition, M.C. Hammer engaged in some altercations with Hip-hop DJs. This began in the mid to late 1980s. Many rappers released musical genres that demanded immediate support from the public in order to outdo those form their opponents. Hammer engaged in feuds with several rappers. He engaged his music when he produced the music named "Please Hammer, do not Hurt 'Em." The message behind this message was to tell others that he did not intend to hurt them. Nonetheless, Hammer released another fresh attack on MC Serch of third Bass and LL Cool J, Dres of Black Sheep, and Rodney O. Several other attacks emerged between different musicians. In the end, some of them had to suffer in the hands of their competitors.
How the people of these coasts felt connected to the feud
Many people engaged in support of the rappers from their region. For instance, Tupac went to the West Coast to perform, but he had his supporters from the East Coast. People supported musicians based on their skills and origin. In the end, a separation between those who came from the West Coast and those who came from the East Coast emerged. With the death of a number of musicians and MCs, it was crucial to have them reclaim their original sense and engage in peaceful music. Some of them died like Tupac. Though they still engage in violent activities and feuds, many of today Hip-hop musicians have adopted an independent life where they have audiences from varied categories of life. Less deaths are released today because of increased awareness and creativity involved by the musicians (Lucas 43).
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