Industrial Hip Hop

Industrial hip hop is a fusion of the dissonance and dystopian subject matter of industrial music with the rhythms or vocals of hip hop music.

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Industrial Hip Hop - Related Genres
... Industrial hip hop is connected to (and sometimes confused with) the more experimental variants of trip hop ... Illbient is also adjacent to, and possibly a subgenre of, industrial hip hop ... Contemporary industrial hip hop is also closely connected to digital hardcore and breakcore ...
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