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McLeod states, “Keepin it real and various other claims of authenticity do not appear to have a fixed or rigid meaning throughout the hip-hop community.” To help him better understand the range of meanings, McLeod developed semantic dimensions. Does this framework assist in the understanding of authenticity within the genre? If so, provide examples from our course materials to backup your claim. If not, what framework do you propose for authenticity within the genre? Provide examples that support your framework.
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In essence, the hip hop music was built on authenticity. In other words, the music was about telling your own story and not letting others tell it for you. While hip hop musicians have more diverse range of tools, of which they use to engage in performance, most rappers rely on their flow. However, in this recent past, hip hop musicians…………………..