Where You're at: Notes from the Frontline of a Hip Hop Planet

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Bloomsbury, 2004 - African American arts - 212 pages
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A story of how hip hop conquered the globe and nobody noticed. This work explores the way how, through hip hop, the potent symbolism of black America has been acquired, used and subsumed by cultures on every continent to create a uniquely different form of globalism.

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Where You're at: Notes from the Frontline of a Hip Hop Planet

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British novelist Neate (The London Pigeon Wars ) embarks on a series of planet-banding, gonzo-esque urban investigations to answer that truly Nietzschean question: is hip-hop dead? First stop: New ... Read full review

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Patrick Neate has written two novels,

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