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    The Majority of Rap Culture Is African American Influence Why?

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    The Majority of Rap Culture Is African American Influence Why?
    Not to sterotype or put in a box but i see the majority of Mainstream rappers who are Predominantly famous are all african americans 'theres barely any avenues for young ,whites,hispanics/mexicans,and oriental ethnicity to expand there culture in general but get manipulated by African American Rap/black Culture ?

    How Can you compete with a market saturated by African American Rappers?

    The Answer is you can't and you'll never break threw the business for certain ideological reasons .
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazenHotTracks View Post
    The Majority of Rap Culture Is African American Influence Why?
    Not to sterotype or put in a box but i see the majority of Mainstream rappers who are Predominantly famous are all african americans 'theres barely any avenues for young ,whites,mexicans,and oriental ethnicity to expand there culture in general but get manipulated by African American Rap/black Culture ?

    How Can you compete with a market saturated by African American Rappers?

    The Answer is you can't and you'll never break threw the business for certain ideological reasons .
    Kinda how 99% of all other music and television is not African Americans...

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    Racial minorities, in every aspect of life including but/not limited to genres of music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloody Glove View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazenHotTracks View Post
    The Majority of Rap Culture Is African American Influence Why?
    Not to sterotype or put in a box but i see the majority of Mainstream rappers who are Predominantly famous are all african americans 'theres barely any avenues for young ,whites,mexicans,and oriental ethnicity to expand there culture in general but get manipulated by African American Rap/black Culture ?

    How Can you compete with a market saturated by African American Rappers?

    The Answer is you can't and you'll never break threw the business for certain ideological reasons .
    I really don't understand what you are trying to say?
    If you are excluding Latinos in the beginnings of hip-hop, you're overlooking the a key component in the NY history.
    Blacks may have a key role in the culture as a whole, but make no mistake who runs the business side-not blacks.
    Last I checked Em was on his way to eclipsing 2pac for total sales, and he ain't black.

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    I say "why ask why"? Some cultures dominate certain fields. That is just the way it is.



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    Hip-hop originated in the African American economically depressed South Bronx back in the late 70's. While the hip-hop culture emerged white people were busy working good jobs, building houses and paying expensive college tuition for their children.

    Hip-hop is BLACK wallstreet BISH get IT?
    Everybody yelled surprise...I wasn't surprised...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjPolair View Post
    Hip-hop originated in the African American economically depressed South Bronx back in the late 70's. While the hip-hop culture emerged white people were busy working good jobs, building houses and paying expensive college tuition for their children.

    Hip-hop is BLACK wallstreet BISH get IT?
    ...and let's not even try to discuss what happened during the REAL Black Wall Street in Tulsa...

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    You could ask why Caucasians dominate rock/metal. People of all colors like what they like. That's just the way it is. There are few, if any, blacks in the polka genre, but not because of discrimination or a conspiracy. Most blacks(and whites) don't care for polka music. That's life.
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