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Roundtable: Reporters Covering Hip-Hop

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Roundtable: Reporters Covering Hip-Hop

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Dream Hampton and Christopher "Biggie Smalls" Wallace

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Soren Baker's "The Music Library: The History of Rap & Hip-Hop"

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Noah Callahan-Bever

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We explore hip-hop journalism in the last installment of our series.

Soren Baker, executive editor at The Source magazine and author of The Music Library: The History of Rap & Hip-Hop; Noah Callahan-Bever, editor-in-chief of Complex magazine; and Dream Hampton, a veteran hip-hop journalist and filmmaker share their experiences.

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