Hip-Hop Revolution in the Flesh: Power, Knowledge, and Pleasure in Lil' Kim's Lyricism
This is a critical, cultural study of radical sexual politics in a contemporary Hip-Hop lyricism -- what the author refers to as Hip-Hop’s "QUEEN B@#$H’ lyricism.”
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Pleasure of Hard Core
On African Matriarchy
In the Flesh
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