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July 28, 2009

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PpaulNYC

Hip Hop from the emerging world and afro diasporas definitely is more interesting... Cuba, Senegal and France are becoming much more visible with conscious and activism hip hop...

Sorry to say that Haiti's brand of Kreyol Hip Hop is a sad imitation of US bling bling hip hop...

Dave Lucas

Hip Hoppers in foreign countries are much more interesting than their American counterparts when it comes to embedding MESSAGES in the music!

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