Hit ’em UP
The first hip hop album I ever bought was Wu-Tang Clan’s 36 Chambers on cassette tape.
‘At their best, these [hip-hop] artists respond to their sense of being rejected by society at large, of being invisible in the society at large, with a subversive critique of that society. It has to do with both the description of the conditions under which they are forced to live, as well as a description and depiction of the humanity preserved by those living in such excruciating conditions. It then goes beyond to a larger critique of the power structure as a whole.’ Twitter
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