- n. Someone part of the hip hop culture.
- hip hop + -er (Wiktionary)
“The music got loader as we approached where a porter dressed like a hip-hopper tended to the carts door with a buen venidos followed by a smile.”
“Growing up in a white family in the least black state of America without “Dakota” in its name, he contributed less “blackness” to the cultural stew than an everyday white hip-hopper.”
“The fest will encompass Indo-British bhangra/hip-hopper Panjabi MC, Bollywood pop vocalist Kailash Kher and South Asian takes on jazz and blues.”
“I waved my broken wand until the last hip-hopper was through.”
“Here, for instance, is the last sentence of a recent posting about a performance by Giancarlo Guerrero, the principal conductor of the orchestra's Miami residency: "As my 18-year-old jock hip-hopper college freshman would say, 'What a beast!”
“The spotlight on Thursday's opening night was mostly on quality, with very few freaks allowed in — though too much time was lavished on hapless hip-hopper John "White Chocolate" Palermo, and later on San Francisco drama queen D'on-que, who clearly had to get something off his histrionic chest, and I hope it wasn't contagious.”
“During a 40-minute set Thursday night at Liv, the Franco-Chilean hip-hopper sounded a bit more Bomb Squad than on her recordings.”
“Santigold, the hip-hopper, said the problem of unhealthy water needs a spotlight.”
“Mr. JAY SMOOTH (Radio DJ): Speaking as a hip-hopper, I think it had a particular resonance for us.”
“Because she's a hip-hopper, she reserves special feelings for her musical buddies in Doomtree.”
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