Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-213) and index.
From the revolutionary war to the "revolutionary generation" : some introductory thoughts on rap music, black nationalism, and the golden age of rap nationalism -- "We men ain't we?" : mas(k)unlinity and the gendered politics of black nationalism -- Brothers gonna work it out : the popular/political culture of rap music -- Ladies first? : defining manhood in the golden age of rap nationalism -- Representin' God : masculinity and the use of the Bible in rap nationalism -- Be true to the game : final reflections on the politics and practices of the hip-hop nation.
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