noun - the new evolution of music that mixes hip-hop culture with pop sensibilities and dance floor beats. known for sampling old dance tracks and often the lyrics usually incite listeners to jump up and down, drink, or just straight up lose control.
for examples please see: kanye west, flo rida, ne-yo, usher, chris brown, lmfao, jason derulo and any remix featuring pit bull or lil wayne.
katrina: 'have you heard 'party rock anthem' yet?'
claire: 'yeah dude, lmfao is the shit.'
katrina: 'kings of hip-pop, man.'
joe: 'why you change the station?'
ryan: 'cause i like hip-hop, not hip-pop. lame.'
joe: 'you're the one who is lame.'
(n) (1) a popular type of rap music that features bubblegum beats and fake rappers sometimes singing alongside female singers such as J-Lo or Ashanti.
(2)hip-hop songs that reach the top 40, are incredibly overplayed, and are made by manufactured, fake rappers
Nelly, Ja Rule, Petey Pablo, NORE, and sometimes 50 Cent and Eminem produce crappy hip-pop
A word first mentioned by Binary Star as popular hip-hop music. Namely, Mtv rap songs such as anything produced by Puff Daddy since biggies demise, Ja Rule, 50cent, Eminem, etc...
50cent is a manufactured rapper, complete with his own clothing-line. He is the definition of hip-pop.
People who think that they can rap to Hip-Hop beats but are all Pop Stars. see nelly, justin timberlake or Ja Rule
Did you know Ja Rule is Hip-Pop?
Hip Hop music that crosses over to Top-40 Pop Charts.
This Top 40 station plays, pop, hip hop, rock, and hip-pop.
Music that some "hip hop" artists produce...like those songs directed at girls or the rapper himself/herself does not show that they are good lyricist but somehow a favorite at the club, maybe its catchy and can be listened by those "white folk" that say "I like hip hop, I listen to" so and so but they have no idea about the hip hop culture. I think those artists cannot be looked as one who wins battles or is very influential. I think 50 cent and Eminem are becoming a trend but if you listen to their other tracks on their albums or mixtape sh*t they show their skills(I think Em is a very talented becuz of his "Big Daddy Kane sh_t" he makes words you wonteven condsider to rhyme and makes it work. He uses his prononciation to the fullest) not like other artists, who i think are like hip hop knock-offs. No skills...check. Known to just about everyone...check. Soft...check!
Girl 1- (at the club)hey girl, this is MY song! Lets go dance, come on.
Girl 2- NO! whatever its my song.
(the girls dont walk, they run to the dance floor and shake their little pancakes)
Such artists as Nelly,Ja rule...etc.
Hip-pop is a movement in hip-hop that killed mainstream hip-hop violently in about 2005 and has been raping it continuously for four years. Personally it fucking disgusts me to see anyone listening to any of these dipshits usually from the South and thinking their hardcore motherfuckers. If you enjoy this music you are either:
a.) a fucking dipshit
b.) a huge clone
c.) an Mtv clone akin to some pop punk "emo" kid
d.) A thirteen year old bitch living in the suburbs
The so-called "artists" include
T-Pain, Lil wayne, Soulja Boy, Arab, Hurrican Chris, Akon, Plies, Flo Rida, Rick Ross etc.
If you are mad about this because they admire this music, fuck you. You are a fucking idiot who follows any trend like a fucking sheep. You deserve to get raped harder than rap is currently getting gangbanged. I hope that Mtv can get over these false musicians who do not have any artistic talent but rely on someone like Timbaland to make a simple 1-2 beat and a couple electronic sound effects and feature an already famous hip-pop musician so that they can make a hit, come out with two albums and then fade from our ADD-like culture rich and gettin' pussy.
If you happen to have half a brain, please, i beg you, do not buy into this and leave the flock of sheep, find your own brand of music that you like, and pull up your fucking pants, you live in the suburbs.
Idiot#1: I love Soulja Boy, he is real hip-hop
Idiot#2: I know, I love hardcore rap so much!!!
Me: You are fucking dipshits, clones, sheep, and are collectively dumber than Sarah Palin fans!!!
Me: Soulja boy is hip-pop. Not only did he kill any chances for a revival of actual hip-hop, he is currently enjoying raping hip-hop, because of this he will go to hell and his punishment will be tortured as described in the Wu-Tang song Method Man.
Ja Rule's occupation, based on the devouration of hot-dogs and saying 'Murder Inc.' in every song.
... And here is Ja Rule, the unloved Hip-Pop artist who just released his new album 'Where Would I Be Without Thirty Bags of Wombat Flesh?'