Bigger Than Hip Hop
Hystories of the new Afroamerican Resistance
Hip-hop is in a state of emergency since Big Business has torn it from the community where it was created and evolved. Chuck D – Public Enemy
Bigger Than Hip Hop is a detailed map of the latest developments of Hip Hop culture in the U.S. where it is a point of reference for music, language and lifestyle. Thanks to the testimonies of artists such as M1 of Dead Prez and Boots Riley of The Coup and the reflections of critics such as Bakari Kitwana and Greg Tate, u.net trace a route through rap, street art, the cinema to highlight the political and social components which are the basis of this wave of creativity coming from the postindustrial ghetto. A volume of “hot” new trends, upfront about what “is already coming.”
With illustrations by Paper Resistance.