5 edition of Hip-hop revolution in the flesh found in the catalog.
Hip-hop revolution in the flesh
Includes bibliographical references (p. -226) and index.
|LC Classifications||ML420.L57 T46 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||2009284834|
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This title presents an extended, critical study of the writings of Hip Hip-hop revolution in the flesh book artist Lil' Kim and the subjects she covers, including race, gender and sexuality. The first extended study of the writings of any Hip-Hop artist. It addresses issues of race, gender and sexuality as Author: Thomas, Greg.
Hip-Hop Revolution in the Flesh: Power, Knowledge, and Pleasure in Lil' Kim's Lyricism. An extended study of the writings of Lil' Kim, the multi-platinum selling Hip Hop artist. Examines Lil' Kim's anti-sexist, gender-defiant and ultra-erotic verse alongside issues of race and the politics of imprisonment.
This is the first study to apply the tools of. Philosophy and Hip-Hop: Ruminations on Postmodern Cultural Form opens up the philosophical life force that informs the construction of Hip-hop by turning the gaze of the philosopher upon those blind spots that exist within existing scholarship.
Traditional Departments of Philosophy will find this book a solid companion in Contemporary Philosophy or Aesthetic Theory. Inside these pages is a. —Greg Thomas / Author of The Sexual Demon of Colonial Power and Hip-Hop Revolution in the Flesh Jared Ball is determined to rescue hip hop and left activism from increasingly subversive corporate control.
This book is a manifesto that needs to be read, argued about, and yelled from the rooftops. Let the bricks fly!/5(10). Abstract “Hip-Hop is the ’s the soul. It’s the people. It’s the dress code. It’s the language. It’s just a blessing from the Creator.” Thus spoke Afrika Bambaataa in the first anniversary issue of The Ave Magazine: A Street Movement in Print, on the thirtieth anniversary of Hip-Hop according to the Universal Zulu Nation (Dre70).Author: Greg Thomas.
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