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November 19, 2014

Hip Hop: The Billion Dollar Industry that Criminalizes Black People

In 2006 Nas declared that "Hip Hop is Dead." So anything that appears to be Hip Hop now should be thought of as the music industry's version of "The Walking Dead." A post-apocalyptic horror that plays out through media images that affect minds and ill-advised actions by young people each and everyday. Urban radio is essentially giving free advertisement, each time a song is played, to the well-documented private prison industry. There is a cause for alarm. As many states are relinquishing their control of incarcerating their disproportionally affected African American population and turning it over to "for profit" private companies throughout the United States. It's probably the only business in America that doesn't have need for an advertising budget! Just call it what it is: Inmates for profit.

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Radio programmers should be taken to task for adding the type of songs mentioned above in their rotation simply because a label says it's impacting this week. Yes it's impacting the young lives of many and the vast perception of the mainstream.

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