thank you

If we’re going to talk about the commercialized off-shoot of hip hop known as pop gangsta rap, which began as social commentary on the underbelly of American society before it morphed into a modern-day minstrel show, shouldn’t we also talk about the mostly white corporate executives who mass produce and sell it to mostly white kids?

From Working for a change, and article on why “black hip-hop” ought not be in the conversation about Imus.