A popular urban youth culture, closely associated with rap music and with the style and fashions of African-American inner-city residents.(noun)
Of or characteristic of hip-hop culture.(adjective)
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Use "hip-hop" in a sentence
"At one point in the real, he calls the hip-hop artist a "great poet and philosopher.""
"Palestinian Muslim father and a Brazilian Catholic mother, Mr. Shama, a former graffiti writer who still paints - on canvas - in a style he describes as "hip-hop Cubist," is a fitting match for the school's diverse population: 52 percent Asian, 24 percent Hispanic, 16 percent white and 8 percent black."
"To his credit, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons provided Ashley Judd a space, on globalgrind.com, to squash any so-called hip-hop beef, a term I wish we hip-hop heads would discard once and for all."