At RRR Music we provide you with all the latest and hottest Hip Hop out there and post songs that would be huge in the future. The Face of Hip Hop changes more and more every year and at RRR Music we keep you up with what hot at this given week. We have the hottest most played Hip Hop Top Ten on the Internet where you can jam to all the best hip hop videos and tunes!
We hook you up with the only the brand new Hip Hop for 2009 and all the current Rap albums as well. RRR Music is very diverse because we have music from all around the world. We give you all the latest R & B tunes along with Hip Hop so you can never get tired of our site. You can see all the newest Hip Hop videos and go along with the lyrics we post below. Check out all the hot artist this year, with such guys as Ne Yo, Jay Z and 50 Cent.
To find new Hip Hop songs are a dime a dozen but the reason why we made RRR Music was to provide you only with the best and the tunes that would be big in the future. You can trust us too hook you up on a daily basis. When ever you have a party or just burn a CD in your car feel confident that you are at the right place for strictly the best Rap Hip Hop music 2009. Since we have a huge Reggaeton and Reggae fan base you might like the other top chart music we post from other countries as well. Feel free to comment on our Top Hip Hop song below every video and see what else other people think.
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History Of Hip Hop:
Hip Hop music a.k.a Rap began as during the 1970s in Bronx New York predominantly among African Americans. In today’s world Hip Hop has not only a music but a lifestyle and has progressed so much since then. Back then beats were generated from portions of other songs by a DJ or sampled from a producer using all sort of tools as Drums and Synthesizers. The Roots of the genre are traced back to African American music. Hip Hop started to get a name in the 1970 block parities in Bronx when they would have a mix of Funk, and Soul Music. Dj’s back then would play there records and get everybody to dance until it became what it is today.