Hip hop was formed in the Bronx neighborhood of New York City when DJ Break broke a hit from funk and disco songs.
Hip Hop is a socio-political movement that emerged in the late 1970s.
During the 1950s and 1960s, many blacks who immigrated to the United States faced many challenges.
One of these major challenges was the financial issues and the large class gap, and unfortunately also their social inequality with whites, which made them even more angry.
While most financial resources and good social status went to whites.
Early on, blacks protested by reading unstructured poems, and gradually began to create a particular kind of cultural terminology, forming the pillars of hip hop.
The primary role of the head of ceremonies was to introduce the DJ and the music and to encourage the audience.
In addition to its popularity, hip hop has had a significant impact on most other folk music.
Some hip-hop or rap artists blended with rock and roll, heavy metal, punk rock, meringue, salsa, combo, funk, jazz, home, tarab, reggae, highlight, m-balax, and soul.
Teenage and boy pop singers such as the Backstreet Boys, Insink, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, and Britney Spears use hip-hop beats in many of their solos.