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Tag Archives: hip hop
Sam Behrens expounds upon the nuances of live hip hop, and what Eminem and Kanye can — and can’t — teach you about the art of performance.
Christian Kerr examines the violent and economically-biased cultural forces that have inspired trap music and considers the larger issue of just who has a right to analyze this music.
Ever the provocateur, Kanye West is an audacious musician and public figure. Christian N. Kerr ruminates on one of the hip-hops artist’s most recent controversies — his appropriation of the Confederate Flag as fashion statement — and how his audience might be the new slaves of consumerism.
The wheels on the bus can only go round and round so many times before you have to pimp that ride.