Globalisation: Music

The globalisation of Hip-Hop around the world demonstrates a need for the creation of a dedicated body of art by the artists. Since the early 1990s it is known that Hip-Hop has been Afrocentric, being pioneered by young African Americans creating what we now call Hip-Hop culture. NWA's works are not only an artistic creation … Continue reading Globalisation: Music


Globalisation: Film

“Chinese and Korean blockbusters argue that the blockbuster is no longer American owned. The idea may be borrowed and translated, but this should not be understood in terms of the original and the copy, where divergence from the original mark’s failure of authenticity” (Berry 2003, p.218).  The cultural effects of blockbusters can be attributed to … Continue reading Globalisation: Film

Globalisation: Television

Originally Television was just seeing at a distance and considered a “radio with visuals” more interestingly the earlier television shows were direct derivatives from the radio genres, which were, Gaming, Comedy, Drama and Soap Operators. The early dramas were known for their low action sets – they were designed with a camera for a TV audience. … Continue reading Globalisation: Television