The vinyl ain't final : hip hop and the globalization of black popular culture

Published
  • London : Pluto 2006
Physical description
1 online resource (xvii, 268 pages) : illustrations.
ISBN
  • 9781783719525 (ebk)
  • 1783719524 (ebk)
  • 0745319416
  • 0745319408 (pbk)
  • 9780745319407 (pbk)
  • 9780745319414
  • 1783719532
  • 1783719540
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Other format: Also available in printed form.
  • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. Dawson Books. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
  • Description based on print version record.
Audience
  • Specialized.
Contents
  • Grooving to the vinyl stateside : rap and hip hop in the U.S. For the people, Tribute, and Redbone ; A rap thing, on rapping rap, and hip hop or homeland security ; Hip hop : cultural clout, corporate control, and the carceral cast ; Nobody knows my name and an interview with the director Rachel Raimist ; From Azeem to Zion-1 : the evolution of global consciousness in Bay Area hip hop ; Head rush : hip hop and a Hawaiian nation on the rise ; War at 33 1/3 : hip hop, the language of the unheard, and the Afro-Asian Atlantic -- Rap and hip hop groove globally. The nation question : fundamental and the deathening silence ; Keeping it real in a different 'hood : (African- ) Americanization and hip hop in Germany ; Africa on their mind : rap, blackness, and citizenship in France ; Cuban hip hop : making space for new voices of dissent ; Dancing between islands : hip hop and the Samoan diaspora ; Negotiating ethnicity and authenticity in Tokyo's Club Harlem ; Globalization and gangster rap : hip hop in the post-apartheid city ; Ni wapi tunakwenda : hip hop culture and the children of Arusha.
Related item
  • Print version:: Vinyl ain't final. London : Pluto, 2006
  • http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0701/2006282170-d.html
Genre
  • Electronic books
  • Electronic books.
  • text
Language
  • English

Summary

  • Explores the impact of hip hop on culture worldwide.

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