It's Bigger Than Hip Hop: The Rise of the Post-Hip-Hop

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Some of it makes me laugh, but as long as I like the beat to the song or lyrics then it’s all good. In this generation, the culture must foster a politics. “The real question is this,” he writes. “Why should hip-hop generationers continue to participate in and support a multibillion-dollar industry if it fails to in any way address the critical problems facing our generation?” Well, we built it. The course has difficult content as rap is studied using methodologies applied in linguistics, such as grammar analysis and measurement of vowel sounds using software. [150] According to associate professor Darin Flynn, who is teaching this course, rap heroes, such as Eminem or Jay-Z, are "true poet laureate[s] of the working class" [150] and their songs "crisscross sound, emotion, grammar and multiple metaphors". [150]

Pages: 304

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (September 1, 2009)

ISBN: 0312593023

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