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Flip the script : European hip hop and the politics of postcoloniality

Author: J Griffith Rollefson
Publisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2017. ©2017
Series: Chicago studies in ethnomusicology.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Griffith Rollefson
ISBN: 9780226496184 022649618X 9780226496214 022649621X
OCLC Number: 975398406
Description: x, 295 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: hip hop as postcolonial art and practice --
"J'accuse": hip hop's postcolonial politics in Paris --
Nostalgia "en noir et blanc": Black music and postcoloniality from Sefyu's Paris to Buddy Bolden's New Orleans --
Musical (African) Americanization: strategic essentialism, hybridity, and commerce in Aggro Berlin --
Heisse Waren: hot commodities, "der Neger bonus," and the commercial authentic --
M.I.A.'s "terrorist chic": Black Atlantic music and South Asian postcolonial politics in London --
Marché noir: the hip hop hustle in the City of Light --
"Wherever we go": UKhip hop and the deformation of mastery --
"Straight outta B.C.": differance, defness, and Juice Aleem's precolonial Afrofuturist critique --
Conclusion: hip hop studies and/as postcolonial studies.
Series Title: Chicago studies in ethnomusicology.
Responsibility: J. Griffith Rollefson.

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