See free resources for parents and educators to teach kids about social justice and racial equality. Skip to Content. The series highlights the latest music, trends, and celebs that represent hip-hop culture, which doesn't get a lot of attention in the mainstream media, but does it in such a brief way that not much is gained. The hosts are experts on hip-hop music and the culture that surrounds it. Artists stop by to chat, and they can either focus purely on promoting their work or they can put out some positive or negative messages, depending on the person. Song lyrics and music video segments sometimes have violent lyrics and imagery, like fighting.
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As our friends over at RapFix can certainly attest to, the wide world of hip-hop has evolved into something much more pervasive than they heyday of Tupac and Biggie. Charts are dominated by Lil Wayne and Pitbull , videos of Flo Rida are pumped out en masse and it's getting harder to keep up with each new artist, album and track. Thankfully, we've got some experts who are ready to break it all down for you each week in " Hip Hop POV ," and they definitely know what they're talking about. From record execs to music journalists, the five industry panelists featured each Wednesday at midnight will take a critical look at the genre's movements, dole out exclusive interviews with top artists and give some necessary context to up-and-comers.