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Survey of World Music-Classic: Local Music in San Diego

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  • Post Date 2018-11-06T12:04:23+00:00
  • Post Category Essays

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Survey of World Music-Classic: Local Music in San Diego

Survey of World Music-Classic: Local Music in San Diego

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Ethnographic Study: A five-page-type written research paper that take the form of an ethnomusicological field study of one of the indigenous music styles in Southern California. The project will include interviews that native informants and other appropriate research..

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Name Tutor Course Date Survey of World Music-Classic: Local Music in San Diego Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. is a San Diego’s musician who is commonly known as Lil Wayne. He is a Grammy Award- winning Rapper and is famous for his hit albums, singles and mix-tapes, including “Lollipop” and “A Milli”. He is also known by several Nicknames such as Bird man Jr., Best Rapper Alive, Rapper Eater, Gangsta D, Nino Brown, Mr. Carter, President Carter, Shrimp Daddy, Tunechi Lionchess, Tune, Wizzle and Weezy F Baby. His fans have labeled him as Young Money Ent/Cash Money Records/Universal Motown. He is a rapper from New Orleans Louisiana. He was born on 27th September of 1982 and was brought up in Hollygrove which is one of the poorest neighborhoods of New Orleans (Mousdell 1). He started creating music way back since the time he was a child and started rapping when he was only eight years old. Later he came across Slim Williams and Bryan who are the founders of Cash Money Records. His skills impressed them to the point that they gave him one of their business cards. As a result of his ambition, Lil Wayne gave them continuous calls up to the time they admitted him under their wings and allowed him to use the label’s office. Initially he was part of the hip-hop group the Hot Boys, a g

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