Dancing is an important aspect of the hip-hop culture. Another major group of Japanese hip-hop is King Giddra. Rebelling against the conformity and homogeneity of Japanese society, Japanese blackfacers took it a step further by uniquely adapting the physical look of black culture by literally tanning their faces to seem more 'black. Mc Bell argues that rap cannot exist without rhyme: "you need words ending with the same sound Great Djs and turntable-lists use clubs to as venues to not promote other rappers, by that spreading the hip-hop culture, bring and promote new songs and their own hip hop work. For many rebellious Japanese youth it provides an outlet for "coolness" and a chance to express themselves outside the box. California: Duke University Press. Rather than identifying strongly with a color, Japanese tradition speaks to a homogeneous society that places foreigners in the "other category. This event touched many young individuals who were passionate about hip hop.
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