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I Listen to Everything, Except Rap and Country Music

While the two branches of music might appear to have nothing in common, they rose to pop-culture establishment in very similar ways. Today, they share the same songs and the same stage.

 

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How Kanye West Explains the World

Kanye West talks to The Times about being Kanye West.

 

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Your Preteen Hip-Hop Fan May Be Headed for Trouble

New research from the Netherlands suggests a youngster’s music preference can predict whether he or she will be a shoplifter or vandal four years later.

 

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Hip-Hop on the Brain

What freestyle rap can teach us about creativity and flow.

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The Big One

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