[ chap hop ]
/ ˈtʃæp ˌhɒp /
a British genre of music that, in a spirit of fun, infuses hip-hop with characterizations of or allusions to playing cricket, wearing tweed, drinking tea, and other English stereotypes.
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Origin of chap hop
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