Total Request Live

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Why aren’t there more female program directors? Dub emerged in Jamaica when sound system DJs began taking away the vocals from songs so that people could dance to the beat alone. Brothas came together from East to West and got it done through the new technology of the Internet. Media whores who are looking for the next write-up in Billboard, and the next write-up in Vibe and whatever ‘White shine’ they can get. Hip hop is beyond music at is considered today as a sub-culture. This includes their actions, ideas, the way they live, dress and act towards others.

Pages: 144

Publisher: MTV (December 1, 2000)

ISBN: 0743418506

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