What does saying one time two times mean in hiphop music?
For the most part it's a derivative of the old fashioned count-off (1-2-3-4) to get the band started on the first beat of a song all together. A rapper announcing that the down beat of his rap is coming around. Or, it can be a reaction to a musical accent or a beat drop. Just like James Brown saying "Give it to me once, give it to me twice, give it to me three times" and having the horn players accent those beats. It's creative filler, but it's possible some rapper may have used it in a different context at some point.
Just because a song is called "Christian Music," does not mean that it is Christian Music. Some of what is called "Christian Music" is actually not glorifying Christ at all. Even if the words may be saying: "All glory to Jesus," the style is often saying: "Look at me; am I ever a cool person!" The message is carried more in the melody, harmony, and rhythm than in the words.
Well I think, that burning up a CD with all the music that we sang and heard together, or also choosing music that have lyrics that mean alot, or express what i feel for him, and record my voice saying swet stuff in between the music, remembering why that music was so important, after making a personalized CD cover with pictures and stuff, would be a sweet idea!
Benna Music is a type of Antiguan music that became popular after the prohibiton of slavery. It was a very nationalistic type of music, a type that the British probably did not enjoy hearing. Saying "don't sing Benna is Sunday school" refers to both the sexuality that is often involved in Benna music, and the colonizors keeping Antiguan tradition out of their traditional place: chruch
It was popular because Duke Ellington, a renowned Jazz artist, was able to capture the essence of rhythm in that phrase. It was a way of saying, your music is nothing if it can't involve the listeners. Now we have contemporary music that sometimes detracts from his definition, but the key point is that everyone wanted to have that "swing" to get their songs up to the top. Saying that phrase meant you knew some…