F*ck Your Ethnicity: Hip-Hop Is A Cultural Exchange Made For Everyone

I often wonder if the hip-hop lyrics I will listen to in the future will be exclusively from the voices of black and Latino artists, the ones of the early hip-hop movement.

Hip-hop has had many fans, representing a plethora of races and economic statuses, since its beginning.

Today, I believe there is a greater opportunity to break the color lines in hip-hop.

Many of us are familiar with the term “cultural appropriation.” In case you need a refresher, cultural appropriation is...

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