In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins and Michael Eric Dyson debate the state of hip hop at Brown University.    

Dr. Boyce Watkins and Michael Eric Dyson Debate the State of Hip Hop in America

In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins and Michael Eric Dyson debate the state of hip hop at Brown University.

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  1. I have the utmost respect for these learned men.
    I have sought and listened to some very positive
    hip hop music. The problem, for me, has always
    been commercialized rap music played on radio stations, and aggressively marketed to black youth by some record companies.

    In that context, I saw the handwriting on the wall many years ago, by forseeing the detrimental impact this type of music would have on the black community.