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G’s, Us, and Peace: Questioning the Journey of Hip Hop Culture

by Herb T.

As a middle-aged emcee and proponent of Hip Hop culture, I often find myself trying to be objective as a fan, when listening to the views exhibited by the youth (and not-so- youthful) in today’s Hip Hop and R&B. Though censorship may indeed be one of the most malevolent forms of mainstream hegemony, one should be conscientious in how one disseminates one’s materials.  In other words, the lifestyle that one lives by or claims to live by in one’s music, can and will be denounced by critics, viewed favorably fans, and be wholly dismissed by the unaffected alike.

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