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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Merengue (music)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Merenrap, or meren-rap, is a style of hip hop music which was formed from the fusion of Dominican merengue music with rapping.
Merenhouse is a style of music developed in the US and Latin America by groups such as Proyecto Uno and Zona 7.
La Voz Dominicana was the official radio and television station of the Dominican Republic during the regime of Rafael Leonidas Trujillo.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Merengue-%28music%29   (1259 words)

  
  Merenrap - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Merenrap, or meren-rap, is a style of hip hop music which was formed from the fusion of merengue music with rapping.
The song credited with giving birth to the genre was "Soy Chiquito (No Inventes Papito, No Inventes)", recorded by Santi Y Sus Duendes and Lisa M in 1990.
You can find it there under the keyword Merenrap (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merenrap)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Merenrapandaction=history).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Merenrap   (252 words)

  
 Lisa M
This young Puerto Rican rapper/singer kicked off the merenrap mini-genre in 1990 with the Vico-C-produced "Tu Pum Pum" - an answer to El General's reggae "Tu Pun Pun," it was a catchy midtempo merengue with hip-hop scratches and a delightful female-positive rap, with Santi as her foil.
Lisa M soon split from Vico-C, and she's stuck to her guns: child-voiced but self-possessed and authoritative, she's like no one else in Latin music or hip hop, and at a lower sales level she continues to explore the possibilities of her mixed genre affiliations.
A typically New York stir-fry of merengue, reggae and hip hop: the merengues are interrupted by turntable scratching, the Spanish-language raps employ English cadences, and even where the drums are programmed, they're heavy on the timbales.
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 Vico C
His own Hispanic Soul wasn't as big a chart item, but it's actually the most solid effort of the mini-genre, with his taste as a composer and arranger outweighing his pleasant mediocrity as a rapper and singer.
Nope: it's just Vico C. rapping over dull, minimal scratch backing from D.J. Negro, and Vico doesn't have much to say beyond routine boasting (title track) and shaggy dog stories ("Viernes 13 Part II").
Terrific dance tracks include the merengue "Te Voy A Tomar," with its rapid succession of vocal hooks and casual horns, and the hip hop-influenced "I Like It," in the style of Black Box or C + C Music Factory.
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 Hip Hop Music Encyclopedia Article @ GetitFreeHere.com (Get It Free Here)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Rap in Puerto Rico was at a popular high in 1989, when Vico C entered the charts with his super hit La Recta Final (The Final Stretch), which gave him worldwide fame.
During the diversification of hip hop in the 1990s, Santi Y Sus Duendes and Lisa M released a single ("Soy Chiquito (No Inventes Papito, No Inventes)") in the Dominican Republic, which gave birth to merenrap, a fusion of hip hop and merengue.
In Mexico, popular hip hop began with the success of Calo in the early 1990s.
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 *Hip Hop Republican*: Hip hop outside the US...World hip hop
The greatest amount of diversification of hip hop came in the 1990s.
In the Dominican Republic, a recording by Santi Y Sus Duendes and Lisa M became the first single of merenrap, a fusion of hip hop and merengue.
In South Africa, pioneering crew Black Noise began rapping in 1989, provoking a ban by the apartheid-era government, which lasted until 1993.
hiphoprepublican.com /2006/04/hip-hop-outside-usworld-hip-hop.html   (988 words)

  
 Dominican Tips - DominicanTips.Com
Some reggaeton artists claim to have some dominican in their blood like Nicky Jam who was originally born in the Dominican Republic and Tego Calderon who has claimed he's lived in the Dominican Republic which is how he's known for his dominican accent
Merenrap The mid-1990s saw the development of Merenrap or Merenhouse which added house and hip hop elements and became quite popular, especially New York Dominican merenrap group Proyecto Uno.
Gagá Gagá is a form of music that developed in parallel with Haitian rara.
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 Hip house - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
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www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/h/i/p/Hip_house.html   (255 words)

  
 Various Artists: Kings Of Merenrap : Music Reviews : Rolling Stone
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From The Corner To The Block 3.5of 5 Stars
Home : artists : Proyecto Uno : reviews : Kings Of Merenrap
www.rollingstone.com /artists/proyectouno/albums/album/239984/kings_of_merenrap   (101 words)

  
 Kings of Merenrap - buy at 10% discount.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Kings of Merenrap - buy at 10% discount.
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 hi5 Reggaeton - merenrap
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 The Categories of the Midwest Song Contest!
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Jungle, Drum-n-Bass, House, Techno, Trance, Loungecore, Trip Hop, Ragga, Reggae, Roots Reggae, Dance Hall, Dub, East Coast, West Coast, South, Gangsta rap, G-funk, Horrorcore, Jazz rap, Alternative, Old school, Hardcore, Trip hop, Freestyle, Hip house, Hip life, Go go, Miami bass, Ghettotech, Electro, Rap metal, Reggaeton, Merenrap, etc.
The Midwest Song Contest is sponsored by the Madison Songwriters Group!
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