Hip Hop Warriors

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Hip Hop Warriors

Postby The Swan » Wed Oct 28, 2015 1:42 pm

Hi guys, how u doin'?

After a very long time I'm here again.
I don't know if new (searched for) questions are always welcome, anyway:
why did't they play any Rap song in the movie? 1979, the 70s. You know what I mean.

Ciao dall' Italia.
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Re: Hip Hop Warriors

Postby Night Stalker » Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:01 pm

Hey there Swan welcome back! There probably was no rap in The Warriors because it really wasn't main stream in the 70's, it was more of a blending of soul and disco back then. Be glad as in that era we could have been hearin' "Staying Alive" and all Bee Gees classics throughout the film, ha, ha.
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Re: Hip Hop Warriors

Postby WildBoy » Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:25 pm

Rap didn't really come to the fore until about 1981 / 1982 . And you would have to give a nod to Blondie for helping to push rap into mainstream with her song "Rapture" where she raps (and drops names like Grandmaster Flash) and I think her video would be considered the first "rap" video shown on MTV.

I think that The Warriors soundtrack is my favorite soundtrack from any movie. The special limited release a couple of years back was the best - unused music, enhanced sound, and a details filled booklet with pictures.
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Re: Hip Hop Warriors

Postby robin129 » Thu May 03, 2018 5:55 am

hi ..

in that time there is no more technology and no one want rap..
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