No. Albeit, if you are just a casual listener, Star Wars Han Solo I know shirt you may think Hip-Hop is in fact dead. However, Hip-Hop is alive and well. The commercialization of the culture was inevitable. Acts like Lil’ Yatchy or Lil’ Xan (Um…yea…so…I had to google names) are marketed extremely well by intelligent businessmen. Nefarious tactics such as “herd mentality” are implemented almost flawlessly. The popularity of these acts grows rapidly and so do the profits. This is unsustainable though. This is why we see the market being flooded with mumbling imitations. All of that is irrelevant. You can have all the platinum plaques, barbiturates, and skinny jeans a Billboard Top 100 can bring you, and none of it gets you respect. Where Hip-Hop still breathes, this is the only currency of any value. Rappers like Rittz,
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Hopsin, JL, Kendrick Lamar, NF, are just a few who keep Hip-Hop breathing. Star Wars Han Solo I know shirt If you really think Hip-Hop is dead or dying, shut off your radio. Listen to the street. After all, Hip-Hop was born there, it’s only logical that you find it there. Hip hop traces its roots back in the early days in the Bronx, New York where a majority of the residents were then African – American and of Hispanic lineage. It was in 1970’s that this music genre was conceived, out from the block parties that predominates the Harlem then. It is often defined that Hip hop is the main backbone that paved the way for other means of self-expression.