The late 1990s sees the rise in hip-hop music in Malaysia which is also accumulated in the culture of skateboarders, street-wear and electronic devices allowing a more mobile method to play your favourite (CD) albums whenever you want and kick-starting with that great wave was rapper and songwriter, Altimet.
Now that the mother of all elections is over, don’t let that fever make you forget that today is Mother’s Day! Here’ s a collection of songs to be the soundtrack for your Mother’s Day celebration. Follow The Daily Seni on Spotify for more awesome music!
A TUMULTUOUS WEEK it has been, what with the death of one of mainstream rock and nu-metal’s greats, Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington. But when mourning his death becomes overwhelming, it is important to note that there is much hope in the local scene for great music too. Take care of yourself, dear readers! Talk to someone about your mental health, don’t be embarrassed by your depression. On another note, we have songs from Monoloque, indie pop-punk outfit Pasca Sini, Islands and even Zizan this week! Check them out and tell us what you think!
My first exposure to hip-hop was a comedic skit (I think it was either Senario or Ah-Ha). The scene was using Too Phat‘s Anak Ayam Freak to the Beat, specifically the ya-aw-aw’s that were playing throughout the track.
Hip hop was a mere caricature.