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You can’t just show up here and set up a full bar in my store, what is wrong with you?’ But [it] turns out we did, and somehow managed to do it in peace for a full hour. They created the world of equality, striving, and success I live and thrive in. A radio industry representative says stations rely on the community to stay in business. “Everybody’s got a different idea of what they want in a local radio station,” said Mark Powers, vice president of the California Broadcasters Association, a trade organization. “That’s why there are so many types out there.” But Meuy Saephanh, 21, of Oakland, a member of YMC for five years, says she likes the type of music the two stations play – she just wants them to be better.

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Publisher: Basic Civitas Books (April 2003)


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When the slaves would attend religious services, this call and response trend continued and prevailed in churches even after slavery ended. Often, the minister would make the "call" and the congregation was responsible for the "response." This call and answer trend can be found in early rap music all the way up to current rap music A Hip Hop State of Mind. It is just dance songs, where no one is acting seriously, and in fact no one under 21 can listen to what is going on in the club! That's not a point in your favor, but in mine, due to you claiming on the basis of nothing (unlike say the structure of a beat being weak) that rap sucks. You just claim "it sounds aweful to me thus it is aweful" which what is aweful to you isn't to me, and vice versa Murder Dog The Covers Vol. 1. I don't see how anyone can listen to that shit It's Bigger Than Hip Hop: The Rise of the Post-Hip-Hop Generation. He tied together his humor and spirituality in one performance and made a record out of it solidifying his title as a legend in Country music Nuthin' but a "G" Thang: The Culture and Commerce of Gangsta Rap (Popular Cultures, Everyday Lives).

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