McLeod argues that hip-hop/rap is a culture threatened by assimilation
McLeod argues that hip-hop/rap is a culture threatened by assimilation. Think of another culture that is threatened by assimilation. Compare and contrast similarities and differences between hip-hop/rap and the culture of your choice. Your claims must be supported by evidence.
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Hip hop culture and music has expanded commercially and globally. However, given this expansion, there is a continuous struggle to maintain and ensure existent of authenticity within the hip hop culture against the trends toward enhancing music commercialization. Nevertheless, this struggle has been maintained mainly……………………………