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Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – Jul 30 2022
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Pop rap, also called pop hip hop, hip pop, melodic hip hop or melodic rap, is a genre of music fusing the rhythm-based lyricism of hip hop music with pop music’s preference for melodious vocals and catchy tunes. This genre gained mainstream popularity during the 1990s, though the influences and roots of pop rap can trace back to late 1980s hip-hop artists such as Run DMC, LL Cool J, and Beastie Boys. The lyrics are often lighthearted, with choruses similar to those heard in pop music.

AllMusic describes pop-rap as “a marriage of hip-hop beats and raps with strong melodic hooks, which are usually featured as part of the chorus section in a standard pop-song structure.” Pop rap also tends to have less aggressive lyrics than street-level rap music. However, some artists from the 1990s fused pop-rap with a more aggressive attitude to defuse backlash on their own accessibility. Music journalist Wilson McBee has strongly criticized pop-rap, “A pop rapper is assumed to be a sellout – someone who has compromised artistic principles in order to fit commercial expectations. Or worse, it’s someone who never had any artistic principles to begin with, who’s guilty of bastardizing rap’s social and political traditions just to make money.” McBee also then went on saying “In labeling the likes of Flo Rida and others pop rappers, we blur the distinction between a ‘pop rapper’ and a rapper who is just really popular. Not every rapper who has a hit is automatically a sellout or deserving of the pop rap tag.” While some rappers from the 1990s with catchy hooks have been compared to pop music, McBee also said: .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}

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Barbro Margareta Svensson (9 March 1938 – 3 April 2018), known by her stage name Lill-Babs, was a Swedish singer, actress and television host. From the early 1950s until her death in 2018, she was one of Sweden’s best known and popular singers. She represented Sweden in the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest in Cannes with the song “April, april”. She was also well-known for the song “Är du kär i mej ännu Klas-Göran?” (“Are You Still in Love with Me, Klas-Göran?”).

Lill-Babs was born Barbro Svensson in Järvsö, 290 km (180 mi) north of Stockholm. She lived with her parents, Ragnar and Britta Svensson, for nine years in a small cottage without running water. She first sang in a church at age 11. Her first public appearance was with a colleague of her father accompanying her on the accordion.

Svensson’s first public performance was at Barnens dag in Järvsö 1953. Soon after, she started singing with Lasse Schönning’s orchestra. She was “discovered” when she sang on the radio program Morgonkvisten (“Early Morning”) in 1954. Simon Brehm, a musician and record producer, liked her and took her to Stockholm where she made her professional singing debut at the Bal Palais restaurant. Brehm was Svensson’s manager until his death in 1967. He gave Svensson her stage name “Lill-Babs”, a play on words as a connection to the older, and at that time better known, singer Alice Babs. She released her first music album in 1954, a grammophone record with two songs: “Min mammas boogie” (“My Mamma’s Boogie”) and “Svar till ‘Ung och kär'” (“Answer to ‘Young And In Love'”). Soon afterwards, finding herself pregnant, she returned to Järvsö and gave birth to a daughter Monica.

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