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What makes those guys remarkable compared to others are their strength and choice of words, and their flow, or the melody, of their rhymes.
I personally can't relate to the ghetto, guns, and all of that "gangster" stuff, so I don't listen to that genre all that much, but there are many elements people can pick up from the Hip Hop music.
Second person point-of-view means that you use the second-person pronoun in your writing.
You can sound informal to your audience, so it is often avoided in academic writing.But, if you are writing a recipe for some food, or instructions, or in casual or creative writing, you may use second person point-of-view.Third person point-of-view refers to the use of third-person pronouns: .With the way Rap music is advertised in the US, I would have to agree with that looking at it from an average parent's point of view.But what people don't know is that Hip Hop isn't just a type of music, it's a culture.The third person point-of-view has a wide range of uses in both creative and academic contexts.Context refers to the surroundings of certain words, phrases, sentences, or paragraphs.In writing, tone can refer to: a writer’s style, character, or attitudes.As a reader, you will get certain feelings from a writer’s attitude toward certain topics.If you write your paper with your co-authors, you might use we in the paper when you are refering to actions or beliefs that you and your co-authors have taken.In the first person point-of-view, you usually write your paper from your own experience or perspective.