Author: Synahia Tigner

Last Words – Synahia

LAST WORDS Dr. Johnson, Taking this class for a semester has been such an enjoyable learning experience. Initially, I signed up to fulfill my fine

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Jhene Aiko Bibliography

http://jheneaiko.net/jhene-aiko-bio/ https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/jhen-aiko-14805.php https://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/jhene-aiko-on-trips-psychedelics-journey-through-grief-w506540 Jhené Aiko Opens Up About Brother’s Death And Battle With Depression In Poetry Book ‘2Fish’ Jhené Aiko Reveals ‘M.A.P.’ Mission Statement

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Hip Hop History

Hip Hop is most notably known for being originated in the South Bronx, New York. It’s founding is contributed to legendary DJ Afrika Bambaataa and

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Jhene Aiko Outline

Synahia Tigner 04 March 2018 Dr. Johnson Biographical Study Outline   Biographical Study Outline: “Jhene Aiko – Healing Through The Arts” Artist: Jhene Aiko Research

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Fromn Fad to Rag

From Fad to Rag.   One of the many great contributions of black music is the creation of the treasure that is Ragtime. Ragtime, because

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Folk Not Fiction

Folk music, like other early genres of music, consisted of songs and rhymes passed down from generations by word of mouth, tradition, and other means

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IME – Synahia

Introduction: Hello, my name is Synahia Tigner, a Junior economics major from Hogansville, Ga. Though a small town girl, I have big dreams, with hopes

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Funk Post

Origin of the Genre Funk music was created in the 1960’s by black artists as a new danceable rhythmic mix of jazz, R & B,

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Grandma’s Gospel

GRANDMA’S GOSPEL Gospel, in the form of the genre that we are familiar with in present times saw its emergence in America beginning in the

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Jazzy History

Jazzy History The origins of Jazz date back to the late 1800’s, with its emergence from the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. With a diverse

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A Classic American Story

A CLASSIC AMERICAN STORY The term “classical” is used to describe music produced between 1750 and 1820, characterized by an almost obsession with structural clarity.

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Not So Sweet Chariots

Negro spirituals are a sacred genre of black music. They are religious songs often associated with southern Black Christians, tying back to African-American slaves. These

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