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The Vinyl Ain't Final

Hip Hop and the Globalization of Black Popular Culture
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ISBN-13:
9781783719532
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
288
Autor:
Dipannita Basu
Serie:
Pluto Press
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
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Foreword by Robin D.G. Kelley
Introduction by Dipannita Basu and Sidney Lemelle

SIDE ONE: RAP AND HIP HOP IN THE US

1. 'For the People,' 'TRIBUTE,' and 'REDBONE.' by Umar Bin Hassan

2. A Rap Thing,' 'On Rapping Rap.' and 'For Mario: Homeland and Hip Hop,' by Mumia Abu-Jamal

3. Hip Hop: As a Culture and Generation by Dipannita Basu

4. Nobody Knows My Name and an interview with the Director Rachel Raimist: A Female Hip Hop Film Maker by Dipannita Basu and Laura Harris

5. From Azeem to Zion-I: The Evolution of Global Consciousness in Bay Area Hip Hop by Eric K. Arnold

6. Head Rush: Hip Hop and a Hawaiian Nation 'On the Rise.' by Adria L. Imada

7. War At 33 1/3: Culture and Politics Across the Afro-Asian Atlantic. by Sohail Daulatzai

SIDE TWO: RAP AND HIP HOP GOES GLOBAL

8. Deathening Silence: The Terms of (Non) Political Commentary Rap by John Hutnyk

9. 'Keeping it Real' in a Different 'Hood: African-Americanization and Hip Hop in Germany by Tim Brown

10. Africa on Their Mind: Rap, Blackness and Citizenship in France by Veronique Helenon

11. Cuban Hip Hop: Underground Revolution by Annelise Wunderlich

12. Between Our Islands We Dance: Hip Hop and the Samoan Diaspora by April K. Henderson

13. Negotiating Ethnicity and Authenticity in Tokyo's Club Harlem by Rhiannon Fink

14. Globalization and Gangster Rap: Hip Hop in the Post Apartheid City by Zine Magubane

15. 'Ni Wapi Tunakwenda': Hip Hop Culture and The Children of Arusha by Sidney J.Lemelle

Notes

About the Contributors

Index
'Hip Hop is Dead! Long Live Hip Hop!'*BR**BR*From the front lines of hip hop culture and music in the USA, Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Hawaii, Tanzania, Cuba, Samoa and South Africa, academics, poets, practitioners, journalists, and political commentators explore hip hop -- both as a culture and as a commodity. *BR**BR*From the political economy of the South African music industry to the cultural resistance forged by Afro-Asian hip hop, this potent mix of contributors provides a unique critical insight into the implications of hip hop globally and locally. *BR**BR*Indispensable for fans of hip hop culture and music, this book will also appeal to anyone interested in cultural production, cultural politics and the implications of the huge variety of forms hip hop encompasses.

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