Hip-hop: A culture, an expression, a language

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Music and Movies

 

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Ashley W

 

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January 1, 2013

 

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University

 

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The media loves to headline stories of rival record labels beefing, riots that take place during concerts or shows at clubs, legal cases and arrests of artist, shoot-outs, and drug charges. No matter how much hip-hop attempts to elevate, it remains shackled to cliche (Bigger than Hip-hop, 4). Rap and violence continues to be linked in the media...
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Rap and violence continues to be linked in the media. Admittedly, rap has its violence, its raw language, and its misogynistic lyrics. However, it is an art form that accurately reports "the nuances, pathology and most importantly, resilience of America's next best secret?..the black ghetto" (Dawsey, 1994)...
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