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Aiming for an alternative hip-hop

Berklee joins the movement encouraging new directions for rap

By Adrienne P. Samuels
Globe Staff / January 30, 2006

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Berklee College of Music, in an effort to influence the direction of rap, is joining Essence magazine's Take Back the Music campaign, meant in part to encourage young artists who offer alternatives to the violent and sex-laden lyrics found in some popular hip-hop music. (Full article: 1164 words)

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