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Thursday, July 06, 2006

Hip Hop Goes Underground 

"But today, many critics of rap complain that social analysis has been traded for self-glorification, forcing “conscious” rap to go beneath the media radar. We call conscious hip-hop ‘underground’, so work that metaphor out and they are taking conscious stuff back to the subway, it’s a literal translation of the underground,” says Forman.
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