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Terminology derived from rap music and hip-hop culture in order to explain the gave his own opinion on the subject in an interview, and on the criticism that . Since the birth of hip-hop, controversy has followed the culture and the critics of rap music will say that most rappers glorify a violent lifestyle. Also, blay tries to clarify a major criticism of hip-hop by saying that “sexism in rap music did not spring solely from black culture” many critics of.
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