Bloggers' Roundtable: Alicia Keys a Radical? Singer Alicia Keys is quoted as saying, "Gangsta rap was a ploy to convince black people to kill each other." On today's bloggers' roundtable, we'll take a closer look at her comments, as well as the heated Democratic battle for superdelegates.
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Bloggers' Roundtable: Alicia Keys a Radical?

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Bloggers' Roundtable: Alicia Keys a Radical?

Bloggers' Roundtable: Alicia Keys a Radical?

Bloggers' Roundtable: Alicia Keys a Radical?

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Singer Alicia Keys is quoted as saying, "Gangsta rap was a ploy to convince black people to kill each other." On today's bloggers' roundtable, we'll take a closer look at her comments, as well as the heated Democratic battle for superdelegates.

Joining in are Jasmyne Cannick; Eric Brown, a blogger for the Detroit News; Jay Smooth of Ill Doctrine.