And It Don't Stop The Best American Hip-Hop Journalism of the Last 25 Years

ISBN-10: 0571211593
ISBN-13: 9780571211593
Edition: 2004
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Description: In September 1979, there was a cosmic shift that went unnoticed by the majority of mainstream America. This shift was triggered by the release of the Sugarhill Gang's single, Rapper's Delight. Not only did it usher rap music into the mainstream's  More...

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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Publication date: 9/29/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.320
Language: English

In September 1979, there was a cosmic shift that went unnoticed by the majority of mainstream America. This shift was triggered by the release of the Sugarhill Gang's single, Rapper's Delight. Not only did it usher rap music into the mainstream's consciousness, it brought us the word "hip-hop." And It Don't Stop, edited by the award winning journalist Raquel Cepeda, with a foreword from Nelson George is a collection of the best articles the hip-hop generation has produced. It captures the indelible moments in hip-hop's history since 1979 and will be the centerpiece of the twenty-fifth-anniversary celebration. This book epitomizes the media's response by taking the reader on an engaging and critical journey, including the very first pieces written about hip-hop for publications like The Village Voice--controversial articles that created rifts between church and state, the artist and journalist, and articles that recorded the rise and tragic fall of the art form's appointed heroes, such as Tupac Shakur, Eazy-E, and the Notorious B.I.G. The list of contributors includes Toure, Kevin Powell, dream hampton, Harry Allen, Cheo Hodari Coker, Greg Tate, Bill Adler, Hilton Als, Danyel Smith, and Joan Morgan.

Nelson George is the author of several non-fiction books, including "The Death of Rhythm & Blues" & "Hip Hop America", both nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award, & three novels, "One Woman Short", "Seduced", & the "Essence" Blackboard bestseller "Urban Romance". An award-winning journalist, he is also an accomplished screenwriter (including "Strictly Business" & "CB-4") & an Emmy Award-winning producer of HBO's "The Chris Rock Show". He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Foreword
Introduction
1980s : looking for the perfect beat
Physical graffiti : breaking is hard to do
Afrika Bambaataa's hip-hop
London rocks, Paris burns, and the B-boys break a leg
The South Bronx was getting a bad rap until a club called disco fever came along
Rappin' with Russell : Eddie Murphying the flak-catchers
Teddy Riley's new jack swing
Armageddon in effect
1990s : pop goes the weasel
The house that rap built
The nigga ya hate to love
The rebirth of cool
Native sons
Caught up in the (gangsta) rapture : Dr. C. Delores Tucker's crusade against "gangsta rap"
Hell-Raiser
Eazy living
Diatribe
Chronicle of a death foretold
Haitian homecoming
Allah's on me
No respect : a critic at large
What the white boy means when he says yo
Foxy Brown is the illest
The show, the after-party, the hotel
Don't hate me because I'm ghetto fabulous
The hip-hop nation : whose is it? : in the end, black men must lead
2000s : get rich or die tryin'
Fool's paradise
The writing on the wall : graffiti culture crumbles into the violence it once escaped
Planet rock
Rhythmic heart of the kings of rock : Jam Master Jay, 1965-2002
Keepin' it unreal : selling the myth of black male violence, long past its expiration date
The professional

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