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Edit count of the user (user_editcount)
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Name of the user account (user_name)
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Romanian hip hop
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Romanian hip hop
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Old page wikitext, before the edit (old_wikitext)
{{Update|inaccurate=y|date=January 2012}} '''Romanian hip hop''' first emerged in 1982, along with the [[B-boying|break-dancing]] movement which become very popular in the 1980s.<ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuMZ3ae2-kE</ref> However, [[Romania]]n [[hip hop music|hip hop]] was developed in the early 1990s, when American rappers hit the European charts. Most notable Romanian hip hop artists come from [[Bucharest]], Romania's capital and largest city. The genre is currently growing in popularity in Europe. ==Summary== The [[Romanian Revolution of 1989]] was the main precursor of Romanian hip hop. Liberalization made the import of foreign hip hop tapes much more easier. An underground market of tape exchanges among teens started flourishing in the early 90's. From just listening to hip hop to making hip hop there was only a small step. The first Romanian hip hop group was Vorbire Directă (''Direct Speech'') founded in late 1992, their first song being released in 1993 on UniPlus Radio. However, the first hip hop album was released only in 1995 by [[R.A.C.L.A.]] and was called [[Rap-Sodia efectului defectului]] (''Defect Effect Rap-sody''). Names such as [[Parazitii]], [[B.U.G. Mafia]], M&G, Renegatii, Da Hood Justice, Delikt, Dublu Sens, Morometzii, Pirats Klan and countless others started appearing between 1993 and 1995. Some of this early groups are still active today. The first songs were about politics, the hardships of life in post-communist Romania and crime. The first real hip hop concert in Romania was called Rap Attack and was held at "Ion Creanga" theatre in 1995. The divergence between [[east coast hip hop]] and [[west coast hip hop]] was soon imported into Romania with the creation of the Cartel ("Cartelul") representing the west coast with groups like [[B.U.G. Mafia]], [[La Familia (rap group)|La Familia]], Il-Egal, Dana Marijuana, Don Baxter and of RANS - "The Cry of National Agony - Syndicate" ("Răcnetul Agoniei Naționale - Sindicat") representing the east coast with groups like [[R.A.C.L.A.]], Da Hood Justice, Ghetto Dacii, Delikt. However, this conflict was short lived and by the end of the 90's there was peace among hip hop artists in Romania. The most notable songs released in this period were "Pantelimonu' Petrece" and "Hoteluri" by [[B.U.G. Mafia]] in 1996 and 1997, "A vorbi e ușor" by [[Parazitii]] in 1997, "Cei care te calcă pe cap" and "Gara de Nord" by [[R.A.C.L.A.]] in 1997 and 1998 respectively. 1998 and 1999 brought a much better sound to Romanian hip hop due to competing recording studios. Albums such as "De cartier" (''Hood-like'') by [[B.U.G. Mafia]], "Nicăieri nu-i ca acasă" (''There's no place like home'') by [[La Familia (rap group)|La Familia]] and especially "Nici o problemă" (''Not a problem'') by [[Parazitii]] had a far better sound quality then anything previously released. The first hip hop music video in Romania was [[B.U.G. Mafia]]'s "Lumea e a mea" (''The World is mine'') in 1998 just before the founding of Romania's first TV music channel. Even with a music channel, the National Council of Audio and Video censored or even banned lots of hip hop music videos, starting with [[Parazitii]]'s "Bagabonții 99'". With the coming of 2000s, more and more underground hip hop groups started producing better materials. Underground labels such as Facem Records and Hades Records got out of the box with high-quality albums that gained a large audience. The first hip hop festival in Romania was organised in 2006 by Hades Records and it is still held almost yearly. After 2000, the most important transmission medium for hip hop became the internet. ==Notable hip hop groups/artists== === Mainstream === * [[B.U.G. Mafia]] * Parazitii * [[Codu' Penal]] * [[La Familia (rap group)|La Familia]] * [[C.T.C.]] * [[DOC]]{{dn|date=April 2013}} * [[Deliric1]] * [[Raku (singer)|Raku]] * [[Bitza]] * [[Phane]] * [[SEZ]]{{dn|date=June 2013}} * [[Zale]] * [[Rappa]] * [[Criss Blaziny]] * [[ViKloth]] * [[Alan & Kepa]] * C.I.A. - [[Craiova Independent Artists]] * [[Dj CellBlock]] * Carbon * [[Grasu XXL]] * [[Maximillian]] * [[Arssura]] ==Notes== {{reflist}} {{Hip Hop}} [[Category:Romanian hip hop|*]]
New page wikitext, after the edit (new_wikitext)
{{Update|inaccurate=y|date=January 2012}} '''Romanian hip hop''' first emerged in 1982, along with the [[B-boying|break-dancing]] movement which become very popular in the 1980s.<ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuMZ3ae2-kE</ref> However, [[Romania]]n [[hip hop music|hip hop]] was developed in the early 1990s, when American rappers hit the European charts. Most notable Romanian hip hop artists come from [[Bucharest]], Romania's capital and largest city. The genre is currently growing in popularity in Europe. ==Summary== The [[Romanian Revolution of 1989]] was the main precursor of Romanian hip hop. Liberalization made the import of foreign hip hop tapes much more easier. An underground market of tape exchanges among teens started flourishing in the early 90's. From just listening to hip hop to making hip hop there was only a small step. The first Romanian hip hop group was Vorbire Directă (''Direct Speech'') founded in late 1992, their first song being released in 1993 on UniPlus Radio. However, the first hip hop album was released only in 1995 by [[R.A.C.L.A.]] and was called [[Rap-Sodia efectului defectului]] (''Defect Effect Rap-sody''). Names such as [[Parazitii]], [[B.U.G. Mafia]], M&G, Renegatii, Da Hood Justice, Delikt, Dublu Sens, Morometzii, Pirats Klan and countless others started appearing between 1993 and 1995. Some of this early groups are still active today. The first songs were about politics, the hardships of life in post-communist Romania and crime. The first real hip hop concert in Romania was called Rap Attack and was held at "Ion Creanga" theatre in 1995. The divergence between [[east coast hip hop]] and [[west coast hip hop]] was soon imported into Romania with the creation of the Cartel ("Cartelul") representing the west coast with groups like [[B.U.G. Mafia]], [[La Familia (rap group)|La Familia]], Il-Egal, Dana Marijuana, Don Baxter and of RANS - "The Cry of National Agony - Syndicate" ("Răcnetul Agoniei Naționale - Sindicat") representing the east coast with groups like [[R.A.C.L.A.]], Da Hood Justice, Ghetto Dacii, Delikt. However, this conflict was short lived and by the end of the 90's there was peace among hip hop artists in Romania. The most notable songs released in this period were "Pantelimonu' Petrece" and "Hoteluri" by [[B.U.G. Mafia]] in 1996 and 1997, "A vorbi e ușor" by [[Parazitii]] in 1997, "Cei care te calcă pe cap" and "Gara de Nord" by [[R.A.C.L.A.]] in 1997 and 1998 respectively. 1998 and 1999 brought a much better sound to Romanian hip hop due to competing recording studios. Albums such as "De cartier" (''Hood-like'') by [[B.U.G. Mafia]], "Nicăieri nu-i ca acasă" (''There's no place like home'') by [[La Familia (rap group)|La Familia]] and especially "Nici o problemă" (''Not a problem'') by [[Parazitii]] had a far better sound quality then anything previously released. The first hip hop music video in Romania was [[B.U.G. Mafia]]'s "Lumea e a mea" (''The World is mine'') in 1998 just before the founding of Romania's first TV music channel. Even with a music channel, the National Council of Audio and Video censored or even banned lots of hip hop music videos, starting with [[Parazitii]]'s "Bagabonții 99'". With the coming of 2000s, more and more underground hip hop groups started producing better materials. Underground labels such as Facem Records and Hades Records got out of the box with high-quality albums that gained a large audience. The first hip hop festival in Romania was organised in 2006 by Hades Records and it is still held almost yearly. After 2000, the most important transmission medium for hip hop became the internet. ==Notable hip hop groups/artists== === Mainstream === * [[B.U.G. Mafia]] * Parazitii * [[Codu' Penal]] * [[La Familia (rap group)|La Familia]] * [[C.T.C.]] * [[DOC]]{{dn|date=April 2013}} * [[Deliric1]] * [[Raku (singer)|Raku]] * [[Bitza]] * [[Phane]] * [[SEZ]]{{dn|date=June 2013}} * [[Zale]] * [[Rappa]] * [[Criss Blaziny]] * [[ViKloth]] * [[Alan & Kepa]] * C.I.A. - [[Craiova Independent Artists]] * [[Dj CellBlock]] * Carbon * [[Grasu XXL]] * [[Maximillian]] * [[Arssura]] ==Notes== {{reflist}} *[http://lackouters.blogspot.ro/2013/08/primul-deceniu-de-hip-hop-din-romania.html "Primul deceniu de Hip-Hop din Romania" Documentary] {{Hip Hop}} [[Category:Romanian hip hop|*]]
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@@ -48,7 +48,9 @@ ==Notes== {{reflist}} +*[http://lackouters.blogspot.ro/2013/08/primul-deceniu-de-hip-hop-din-romania.html "Primul deceniu de Hip-Hop din Romania" Documentary] {{Hip Hop}} + [[Category:Romanian hip hop|*]]
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137
Lines added in edit (added_lines)
*[http://lackouters.blogspot.ro/2013/08/primul-deceniu-de-hip-hop-din-romania.html "Primul deceniu de Hip-Hop din Romania" Documentary]
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Unix timestamp of change (timestamp)
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