This one was not very hard to remember.
(Also known as the one that started it all)
What are the names of the songs that used the hip hop dancing moves during the video game soundtrack?
This one is a little more difficult.
The first is by Snoop Dogg’s Doggy Style – a tune from the movie Snoop Dogg Doggy Style. The second is by the movie Ransom (in which Snoop was played by Michael Jackson).
A song called Ain’t That A Shame (which is a parody of I Can’t Stand Losing) is a song by the French rap group P, which also used the hip hop dance moves.
A song called Backin’ A’Bout Dat (which is an obvious parody of Ice Cube’s song Back in the Day) is a song by the hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan, and a tribute to “Back in the Day” from Ice Cube’s movie The Goonies.
Finally, in the film Cinco De Mayo, it was used by the film’s Mexican-American director Alejandro Jodorowsky (The Holy Mountain, The Exorcist).
Can you tell them apart?
The two names are actually the names of hip hop dance moves. The names on the bottom of most of the photos are hip hop dance moves, and I would only list “Pomp and Circumstance” (which, as you can see, started it all) as a movie.
How about Hip hop’s first name?
This was one of the hardest one due to both its history and the fact that it is based on a real name, the late rap singer Tupac Shakur.
As I mentioned above, Tupac Shakur has been known as an American icon, singer, and rapper for more than 25 years and more than half of them for being an African-American rapper.
He is considered one of history’s greatest musicians and the son of a black mother from South Central Los Angeles, California. He did not, however, become an American celebrity. And this first name was given him by a hip hop producer named Mike “Puff Daddy” Combs, who had been in the rap scene since 1993.
The first hip hop music label Tupac was represented by was the label 4Kids and they produced and distributed a variety of his music, including “Pac Man” tracks. By 1995, though,
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