Snap crackin' pop
Daniel, Christopher Antoine
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This thesis is an autoethnography that examines Southern rap music, specifically Atlanta-based “snap music.” “Snap music” is criticized for not having any musical substance and ties to conventional rap music. I examine “snap music” in the form of a “musical autoethnography.” My examination of “snap music” challenges VIBE magazine’s characterizations of “snap music” and its similar artists as indecorous music. I provide a textual analysis of VIBE’s staff and operation as a form of Hip Hop journalism.
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