Unformatted text preview: less instrumentals and even now: computerized beats. Do you think that white audiences in the late 20 th Century and early 21 st Century express “their own sense of marginalization through an identification with African American cultural forms” like Hip Hop music? Yes, going up I have seen many white kids become “wangstas” and “wiggas”. I have seen many of them try to connect with the African Americans by dressing and talking like some of the hip hop icons that they are exposed to....
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- Spring '09
- White American, Hip hop music, Brett Rojas, Kitwana