A growing number of black activists and artists claim that rap and hip-hop are the basis of an influential new urban social movement. Simultaneously, black citizens evince concern with the effect this culture exerts on their communities. Considering the prolific and prominent activities of hip-hop politics, Lester K. Spence reveals the political consequences of rap culture for black publics.
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