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  • old school rap is just as dumb as a term as classic rock to discern the style of music being played.
  • maybe a more pc name for late 80s-early 90s rap would be second wave hip hop.
  • people define old school by what wouldnt sell if it came out today. a generation considers the old school to extend into the mid 90s. We FEEL that when gangsta rap became dominant, thats really when the old school ended.....again.
  • to jest to!
  • i'm not a real knower of hiphop but i still find this the best, cuz now it's all poppy shit!
  • That's pretty dumb to tag a group called "Leaders of the New School" old school.
  • electro-hop did not come after old school rap. they coincided - i will be changing that description. that would be like saying that World Class Wreckin Cru, Uncle Jamm's Army, Egyptian Lover all started in 1986-1989 which is way backwards
  • There is a brief period of time that has no name - that is when rap changed from [tag]disco rap[/tag] from 1978-1983 to [tag]rock rap[/tag] which is from 1983-1986. Run DMC walks this line, Fat Boys walk this line, you know ..., but no-one seems to need or use that tag delineation and most people either too young, or don't know that rap was a sub-genre of disco early on, and had to survive that shit first before it took hold. It was during that disco hating period, that [tag]electro-hop[/tag] and [tag]electric boogaloo[/tag] emerged side by side with Bronx based [/tag]old school rap[/tag]. In some cases, they were fused together like Fatback band, which is funk, soul, disco, and rap ..., or in Ronnie Hudson and the street people which is funk and electric boogaloo all west-coasted out and shit ... stop hatin y'all ... its complex ... just share and be hip-hop y'all ...
  • It's simple y'all. Old school 1977-1986. Golden Age (including instrumental hip-hop and gangsta rap sub-genres) from 1986-1989. 1989-1995 G-funk, New Jack Swing and mainstreaming of hip-hop. Why we fightin? Its that simple. Some artists started with old school acts like Kool Moe Dee who started with The Treacherous Three, but then released until 95 solo style. Personally, I still tag his ass as old school because that's his style whether or not he released Death Blow in the 70s don't matter. How we choose to tag is personal. How we define the epochs is listed above. Lovin the debate though ...
  • @onehiphopjunkie: I totally agree with you!

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