'What's the actual hip hop?' 'To whom does hip hop belong?' 'For what constructive functions can hip hop be put to make use of?' These are three key questions posed by hip hop activists in Hip Hop Versus Rap, which explores the politics of cultural authenticity, possession, and uplift in London’s post-hip hop scene. The guide is an ethnographic research of the identification, position, formation, and practices of the natural intellectuals that populate and propagate this ‘aware’ hip hop milieu. Turner offers an insightful examination of the work of artists and practitioners who use hip hop ‘off-street’ within the spheres of youth work, schooling, and theatre to lift consciousness and to develop inventive and private expertise. Hip Hop Versus Rap seeks to painting how cultural activism, which kinds itself grassroots and mature, is framed round a discursive opposition between what's genuine and moral in hip hop tradition and what's counterfeit and corrupt. Turner identifies that this play of distinction, framed as an moral schism, additionally presents hip hop’s natural intellectuals with a story that allows them to align their rebel values with these of coverage and to thereby obtain institutional assist. This enlightening quantity shall be of curiosity to post-graduates and students keen on hip hop research; youth work; important pedagogy; younger folks and crime/justice; the politics of race/racism; the politics of youth/schooling; city governance; social motion research; avenue tradition research; and vernacular research.
(ESPECIALLY ONE LIKE ME) to be a Grown Man (BLACK MAN) a Father ? My Mother worked HARD you hear me. 2 jobs, one in the early morning and One in Late Evenings. I am being 1000000 with you when I say this, (NOT 100) most of the time when she left in the Morning for work, she never returned home, it was straight to the part time job, just to provide for Herself and Me. (THESE DAYS, THAT'S HARD) Some -things do change, but never MY MOM'S LOVE FOR ME. What did change was ME. I started growing up, became a father @ 20 (KINDA GOOD THOUGH RIGHT?), went through a lot of turmoil though, Dropped Out Of School. (TOOK MOM THROUGH HELL - YOU HERE ME!). ANDS YES, I KNOW I DID NOW. I end up GOING TO JAIL on her (MY MOM) a couple of times. Matter of Fact, to Keep it 1000000 That's all I did for a while, for small things though, like Driving. I end up having 4 more Kids, whom I love dearly, like any father would. NOW, My Mom works a part time job now (STILL ABOUT THAT MONEY) and she's Retired. BUT ONE THING, MOM don't only take care of HERSELF, and Me now, BUT (MY KIDS) Her Grandkids. HEY, What can I say, SHE'S MY MOM. "Love you Mother".. and THANKS 4 RAISING MEWHO SAID/SAYS "A WOMAN CAN'T RAISE A MAN"? BUT YOU GUYS STILL HAVE TO REMEMBER, (I AM A PRODUCT OF MY ENVIRONMENT)- Now Tell Me, What'sMy Environment?
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