If Rap’s opponents could see the value it brings, how it keeps people moving, how it gets them excited, they might not be so quick to dismiss it.
“I identified with hip-hop artists because I felt similar pain, anger, and separation from the ‘mainstream’ culture.”
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Note: in university, I ended up playing a role as a doctor that turns young girls into metallic pop starlets in a show called “Mz. Kitty, Teenage Dominatrix” in Vancouver. The show also helped launch Stink Mitt and featured rapper Kia Kadiri. Nudity is only weird if the context is weird. Changing backstage with a bunch [...]