It's not about a salary--: rap, race, and resistance in Los Angeles

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Verso, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 335 pages
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Examines the expression of civil unrest, mistrust of authorities, and other social conditions in rap music and interviews seminal figures in the field

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It's not about a salary: rap, race, and resistance in Los Angeles

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Cross takes his title from "Gangsta gangsta,'' the classic rap by the group NWA, in which a refrain couplet claims: "It's not about a salary / It's all about reality.'' This is in no sense yet another ... Read full review

Contents

A HIPHOP A Brief History
5
HIPHOP CHICANO A Separate but Parallel Story
65
Roy Porter 79 Horace Tapscott and JMD 93 Kamau Daaood 102 Watts
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About the author (1994)

Cross is a local government officer from Peterborough, U.K.