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List of hip hop genres

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List of hip hop genres

Hip hop music can be subdivided into various subgenres, fusions with other genres, and regional hip hop scenes.

Historical time periods

Derived styles

1Genres of hip hop that are connected with rave culture
2Mix of pop, hip hop, soul, rhythm and blues, and gospel
3subgenre of contemporary R&B and mix of hip hop and soul
4Mix of Electronicore and hip hop
5Mix of hip hop and traditional Caribbean or Polynesian genres
6Combination of hip hop with stylistic elements from the Chappist or steampunk subcultures and stereotypical English obsessions such as cricket, tea and the weather.

United States regional scenes

American hip hop regional scenes and genres that came from them.

World scenes

World genres influenced by hip hop

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