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Title Black, blanc, beur : rap music and hip-hop culture in the francophone world / edited by Alain-Philippe Durand
Published Lanham, Md. ; Oxford : Scarecrow Press, 2002

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Description xvii, 150 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Foreword: Francophone Hip-Hop as a Colonial Urban Geography / Adam Krims -- 1. Two Decades of Rap in France: Emergence, Developments, Prospects / Andre J. M. Prevos -- 2. Musical Dimensions and Ways of Expressing Identity in French Rap: The Groups from Marseilles / Jean-Marie Jacono -- 3. Common Partitions: Musical Commonplaces / Anthony Pecqueux -- 4. "Why Are We Waiting to Start the Fire?": French Gangsta Rap and the Critique of State Capitalism / Paul A. Silverstein -- 5. Rap and the Combinational Logics of Rogues / Manuel Boucher -- 6. Social Stakes and New Musical Styles: Rap Music and Hip-Hop Cultures / Anne-Marie Green -- 7. Tags and Murals in France: A City's Face or Natural Landscape? / Alain Milon -- 8. Hip-Hop Dance: Emergence of a Popular Art Form in France / Hugues Bazin -- 9. Rap in Libreville, Gabon: An Urban Sociolinguistic Space / Michelle Auzanneau -- 10. The Cultural Paradox of Rap Made in Quebec / Roger Chamberland
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Rap (Music) -- Qu├ębec (Province) -- History and criticism.
Rap (Music) -- France -- History and criticism.
Rap (Music) -- Gabon -- History and criticism.
Author Durand, Alain-Philippe.
LC no. 2002007050
ISBN 0810844303 cloth alkaline paper
0810844311 paper alkaline paper