Hip-hop is more than music. It’s a culture. Originating in the 1970s from inner-city African-American culture, hip-hop has had a lasting effect on the world.
Gospel Evolution: “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands”- Mahalia Jackson to “Can’t Give Up Now” – Mary Mary
“He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” Mahalia Jackson released “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” in 1958, though it was originally
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Introduction The Tuskegee Institute Singers were created in 1914 as one of the famous University Jubilee style quartets. The first quartet consisted of students Hiram
Why I should not have to take the final
I should not have to take the final because I have done all my blog posts as well as attended all of the classes. I have learned a lot in this class and I am now able to talk confidently about the evolution of music forms that stemmed from black music. I already have a high A, so I think even if I took the final I would maintain it, so there is no reason for me to take it. Also, I have learned how Dr. Johnson is a brilliant man!