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Anthony Harrison (left), with fellow Grind Mode member Dynell Osorio, said rap gives him a way to air his frustrations.

For hip-hop hopefuls, a message of empowerment

Music leaders give advice to Boston youth

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / April 1, 2007

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The guns, drugs, drive-by shootings -- all the violent images conjured by gangsta rap -- are totally played out. More mythology than reality. And probably won't get you noticed. (Full article: 556 words)

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