LESS “I,” MORE “WE” | WHY HIP-HOP FANS SHOULD CARE ABOUT COMMUNITY AND MOVEMENTS

wbblogbkgrd-9de3-730x456The hip-hop community is a strange one.

Emcees at every stage of the game are happy to sing their crew’s praises one day and dis former crewmates the next (See: Kutt Calhoun, Weezy “Free Agent” Baby).  And hip-hop fans aren’t any more reliable with their allegiances and attitudes: we love to dub an artist corny one day and the second coming another (See: “2014 Forest Hills Drive”) or abandon our golden child when a song drops that we don’t like (See: “I”).  Click here to read more…

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