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Rap Trivia Fun Facts

Rap as we know it has been taking on the music scene since the year 2000s.

But, did you know that it all began earlier than we think? Here are fun facts that will let you know amazing facts about Rap!

Rap Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

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The first album of Beastie Boys instantly hit and launched them to instant stardom. As they went on, they explored new layers of music and direct instrumentations.
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Rap was part of Hip Hop but managed to separate itself from it. It emerged along with Hip Hop the same day Hip Hop was born.
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Run DMC was all about laying down their vision of life in New York City. The group even scored to signing major endorsement deals, such as Adidas.
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Run DMC was the first group to be featured in the magazine Rolling Stones. They were also the first to receive Gold, Platinum, and Multiplatinum albums.
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Eminem was considered the best-selling and greatest rapper of the year 2000s. More than being a rapper, he proved that rap could dominate and be popular both culturally and commercially.
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Dr. Dre was formerly a member of NWA. He is the founder of Aftermath Entertainment, which launched careers of artists like 50 cents and Snoop Dog, and he is also the founder of headphone brand Beats.
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Biggie Smalls' first album was a huge success that launched his career. It was said that the rapper's original dream was becoming a graphic designer or a dentist.
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Sha-Rock was part of the group Funky 4+1 (being the +1), which was the first to sign with a record label, making Sha-Rock the first female rapper to record a song.
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Jay-Z, currently husband of Beyonce, became popular because of rhymes showcasing his depth expression and wits. The rapper's net worth is said to be $500 million.
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Griot is when village storytellers tell stories of current events or about their family while playing handmade instruments. To date, it is still used in Africa.

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