- Title Pages
- Introduction Follow Me into a Solo
- 1 In This Journey, You’re the Journalist: Rap Lyrics, Neoliberalism, andthe Black Parallel Public
- 2 A Little Knowledge Is Dangerous: Consuming Rap and Political Attitudes
- 3 Follow the Leader: Hip-hop Activism and theCirculation of Black Politics
- 4 Put Here to Be Much More Than That: The Rise and Fall of Kwame Kilpatrick
- Conclusion Obama and the Future of Hip-hop Politics
- Appendix A Political Platforms for the Hip-hop Social Action Network andthe Black Panther Party
- Appendix B National Hip-hop Convention Agenda, 2004
- Appendix C Top Hip-hop Albums for the Week of December 1, 2006
- Appendix D Ownership of Top Market Urban–Urban Adult Contemporary Radio Stations
- Stare in the Darkness
- University of Minnesota Press
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