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Hip-hop has Changed Pop Culture

Baz Dreisinger writes about how hip-hop has changed the face of pop culture. He mentions the influence of our art form on not just music, but also movies, politics, and higher education. The article only scratches the surface and doesn't begin to examine the history of America embracing and popularizing Black arts until they either destroy it or claim it as their own (think rock and jazz).

July 8, 2003 in Commentary | Link Me | Related Searches | Related Music

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