By Oliver Wang, Dante Ross
This wealthy, different, and clever number of hip-hop and rap album stories comprises items from many of the country's so much proficient critics on hip-hop song, drawing on various services from writers at such magazines as Spin, Rolling Stone, The resource, and Vibe. With over forty entries masking greater than 60 vintage albums, it disproves the concept there's a dearth of clever statement and feedback on rap tune. Essays and stories contain observations at the track and which means of the Beastie Boys, Cypress Hill, Eminem, Ice-T, Public Enemy, and Run DMC. Tupac's legacy, Jay-Z's pop attract, and Pharcyde's black masculinity concerns also are explored.
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