Orin hip hop

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Hip hop music
Stylistic origins Funk, disco, soul, dub, reggae, toasting, performance poetry, spoken word, signifying, the dozens, scat singing, talking blues
Cultural origins 1970s, the Bronx, New York City
Typical instruments Turntable, synthesizer, vocals, drum machine, sampler, guitar, piano
Mainstream popularity High worldwide since the late 1980s
Derivative forms Electro - Trip hop - Breakbeat - Jungle/Drum'n'bass - Crunk
Subgenres
Alternative hip hop - Turntablism - Acid rap - Christian hip hop - Comedy hip hop - Conscious hip hop - Freestyle rap - Gangsta rap - Hardcore hip hop - Horrorcore - Instrumental hip hop - Mafioso rap - Nerdcore hip hop - Pop-rap - Political hip hop - Baltimore club - Brick city club - Chicano rap - Mobb music - Native American hip hop
Fusion genres
Country-rap - G-funk - Ghetto house - Ghettotech - Hip hop soul - Hip house - Hyphy - Jazz rap - Merenhouse - Neo soul - Ragga - Rap opera - Rap rock - Rapcore - Rap metal - Cumbia rap - Merenrap - Hip life - Low Bap - Glitch hop - Wonky - Industrial hip hop
Regional scenes
East Coast hip hop - West Coast hip hop - Southern hip hop - Midwest hip hop

World hip hop

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