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hyphy

(ˈhaɪˌfiː)
n
(Pop Music) a style of hip-hop music originating in the Bay Area of San Francisco
[C20: from hyperactive]
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Fans of the hyphy lifestyle can now grip their decks with some Mac Dre tape, courtesy of the gang at Grizzly.
Maximum Likelihood computations of dN and dS were conducted using HyPhy software package (MEGA6, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan) [24].
I was at all the hyphy functions, all the Mac Dre shows, E-40 shows," he says, "I was the little kid on top of the whip goin' dumb, in the long-ass T-shirts.
Hyphy (pronounced Hi-fee), is a genre of rap and lifestyle
Dzidah was the Marketing Director at Hyphy Energy Drink Corp.
Hyphy Pronounced hi-fi, it's a term for uptempo hip-hop music originating in California and associated with a frenetic dancing.
Hyphy is a subgenre of hip-hop music that was developed in the Bay Area in the 1990s by recording artists including E40 and the late Mac Dre (Lee et al.
Electronic text "Messengers" and allusions to the hyphy movement (Duncan wears mirrored Ray-Ban Aviators, what hyphy youth call "stunna shades") made the play feel relatively contemporary.
florida haplotypes was investigated using the maximum likelihood ratio test as carried out in HYPHY (Pond et al.
Core genres such as blues, rock, rap and punk are joined by a never-ending list of global hybrids and subgenres, from J-pop, crunk, hyphy and screamo to zouk, ghettotech, Canto-pop and concrete.
So I'm like, I can't believe I'm depending on the hyphy movement to go national.
DJ SHADOW, THE OUTSIDER: Hyphy and post-crunk dabbling combines with soul, bluesy rock, and neo-alt stylings for an expansive view of hip-hop.