GhettoreportcardAn article on InsideBayArea.com looks at the vibrant HipHop related Hyphy scene that is symbolized by Hyphy artist's E-40 album "My Ghetto Report Card (iTunes link)."

An article on InsideBayArea.com looks at the vibrant HipHop related Hyphy scene that is symbolized by Hyphy artist's E-40 album “My Ghetto Report Card (iTunes link).” Trendspotter people, the Intelligence Group, describe Hyphy as:

[A] more up-tempo Bay Area cousin of Crunk, Hyphy is a high energy, aggressive street style that’s become a way of life for many young people in the area. And it’s not just about the music: Hyphy is a full-blown, self-proclaimed movement that’s equally characterized by frenetic dancing (known as “go dumb get stupid” dancing) completely void of inhibition or self-control.

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