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Posted August 19, 2011
This book is a highly detailed account of the poetics of Hip Hop (as the title points out), but what isn't shown on the cover is the beauty of rhyming and the implications Hip Hop has in a social context. Not only does Bradley break down poetry and rhythm, he shows the reader a view of Hip Hop only the most devoted heads can see. While he defends Hip Hop as an art, he also points out its faults and how Hip Hop has been misinterpreted.
This is a book for true Hip Hop heads and critics alike. Extremely well done.
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Posted August 1, 2013