A synonym for the "musical" genre Rap.
A statement made towards a very poor attempt at music, which targets black youth or black youth wanna-bes (wiggers).
Common words found within the lyrics are Nigga, fuck, bitches and hoes.
Common themes are a nigga or niggas, a bitch or hoe or bitches and hoes, drugs, money, rims and cars, fucking/sex/bonin', jewelery, hard times in tough neighborhoods, how "we've been opressed for years" and how "white boys is haterz", and more niggas.
POOR GRAMMAR IS ALSO A COMMON THEME. (i.e. "soulja boy" cannot finish his sentences let alone words in a particular song) It is also common to buy a CD and have half of it blank or bleeped out when they remove "dirty" or "innopropriate" words.
Most rappers have silly nicknames and rap about the same thing on each album they release, often ripping off classic songs by stealing beats, depriving youth with the "new" beat and rhyme from the old classic.
Most Monkey Music, rap, is based on these principles and has a lot of the same lyrical meaning from "Rapper" to "Rapper". Humans do not enjoy Monkey Music. Monkey Music also inspires strange dances like crumpin' it is often very difficult to tell if someone is suffering from a seisure or just crumpin' it up.
"NOW WHATCH ME YOU"
Tanner: ALAN TURN THAT MONKEY MUSIC SHIT OFF!!!
Alex: Grab his seisure medication, oh wait hes just dancing...
Loud, obnoxious, profane music pedominantly listened to and created by black people. (Soulja Boy being a good example).
Expections are jazz and blues.
Non-black person with good taste to child: "Turn that stuff off. I am not gonna have that monkey music playing in my house"
Music or noises made by black people which offends the sensibilities of decent and civilised white folk.
Can also refer to music or noises made by unsophisticated white people who are aping the traditions, rhythms, or performance style of black people.
Why Herr Hitler, I must agree with your profound dislike and rejection of the hideous monkey music that the American Jazz troupe are blaring out from the stage. It offends my ears and is most discordant indeed.