Hip-Hop is no longer restricted to rap music and break dancing; today it represents a multi-billion dollar market that influences whatever from fashion to prime- time television programming, expert sports, mass media marketing and advertising. Hip-Hop is no longer a culture, it's a business. Hip-Hop is a symptom and spin on exploitation of Latino-American and african-american youth, and is frequently thought about to have sexism and misogyny characteristics. So as Nas attempted to caution lots of emcees to get real, he was rather insulted by a bubblegum rapper.The peak is the impassioned "Stop

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