The hip hop underground and african american culture beneath the surface paperback december 10 2015 by j peterson author 50 out of 5 stars 1 customer review see all 5 formats and editions hide other formats and editions price new from . The hip hop underground and african american culture beneath the surface and issues to move us to a deeper and more complex understanding and experience of the roots and alliances of the underground in african american hip hop and human culture the hip hop underground and african american culture book subtitle beneath the surface . The hip hop underground and african american culture beneath the surface request this author peterson james braxton 1971 author tears for the departed seeking a black visual underground in hip hop and african american cultures the depth of the hole intertextuality and tom waitss way down in the hole in the hip hop . The underground is a multi faceted concept in african american culture peterson explores a variety of underground concepts at the intersections of african american literature and hip hop culture using richard wright krs one thelonious monk and the tradition of the underground railroad among other examples. Hip hop music and culture have a complex identity in that hip hop is based in self determination resistance and the long enduring fight for black freedom but was also created alongside the
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