Panel outlines changes in hip-hop


According to speakers at a Law School panel, the prevalence of misogynistic and violent themes in hip-hop music is due to the increasing influence of corporate record labels over the past three decades. Photo by Jennifer Cheung.

By Liz Rodriguez-Florido

Law professors and hip-hop artists joined forces Tuesday to discuss how corporations and marketing have impacted the hip-hop industry.

Four experts on the hip-hop industry

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