Summary Of Hip-Hop Planet By James Mcbride

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The summary of “Hip-Hop Planet” by James McBride In the essay Hip-Hop Planet by McBride, a national book award winner, he states that he believed the newer music like rap wasn 't meaningful. McBride talks about how he never understood why rap was so popular, he didn 't see why everyone liked it. In the essay he describes the first time he listened to rap and how he found it absurd. McBride noticed no one really cared where rap come from or how it came to be, people just liked it regardless of who created it. As the essay progresses McBride gives details about how he started seeing rap in another light. He noticed that raps were usually about the person singing and their struggles in life, it was like a way for them to tell someone about
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