Icons of Hip Hop: An Encyclopedia of the Movement, Music, and Culture, Volume 2
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - Hip-hop - 640 pages
Profiles hip-hop artists and groups who made significant contributions to the music and culture of the genre, including Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Jay-Z, and Kanye West; and contains discographies and resources for each selection as well as interviews with DJ Premier and DJ Scratch.
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African American audience Awards battle beats beef Best Rap Biggie Smalls Biggie's bitch Boyz Brooklyn career collaboration created critics Cube's dance Death Row debut album Def Jam developed Dirty Bastard Dogg's Dre and Snoop Dre's drug early Eazy-E Eminem fans featured female film funk gang gangsta rap ghetto Ghostface Grammy hip hop artists hip hop culture hip hop music hop's Ice Cube icon Jay-Z Kanye West Killa Kim's Kool label listeners live mainstream Masta Missy Elliott mother movie murder Nas's Notorious B.I.G. Outkast performance platinum played political popular producer radio Raekwon Rakim rap music rappers Records released remix rhymes Roc-A-Fella rock Run-DMC RZA's samples scene sexual sidebar Snoop Dogg solo album song sound street studio style success thug track Tupac Shakur underground violence vocal West Coast West's women Wu-Tang Clan York