Hip-Hop's Reach Goes Global Hip hop culture has exploded from its New York birthplace into a worldwide art form. Culture critic Jeff Chang discusses rap's growing global appeal.
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Hip-Hop's Reach Goes Global

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Hip-Hop's Reach Goes Global

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Hip hop culture has exploded from its New York birthplace into a worldwide art form. Culture critic Jeff Chang, editor of the anthology "Total Chaos: The Art and Aesthetics of Hip-Hop," discusses rap's growing global appeal.