<$BlogRSDUrl$>

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Hong Kong rap 


One of the most fascinating papers at Hong Kong Pop was Angel Lin’s sociolinguistic study of local hip-hop artist MC Yan. Fascinating because of the ways in which local artists work with (or appropriate) global trends and genres to fashion new cultural forms. MC Yan uses chou hau the unofficial language of the street to make strong statements, remixing familiar rhythms in his conscious rap. Watch the video!

Labels: , ,


Comments:
this is a blog response from Vasco the Spiky (an indie music lover from HK)
http://hedgehog-adventures.blogspot.com/
 
Thank you for your comment, I just love your blog!
 
Post a Comment

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?