Webb, Adam
April 2003
Music Week;4/26/2003, Issue 16, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on the distinctive style and approach to hip-hop music of European hip-hop artists that distinguish them from the mainstream United States hip-hop. Significance of the release of 'The World According to RZA'; Attribution of th album as the genre's coming of age as a truly global music; Featured artists in the album. INSETS: Est'elle: turning up the heat;Ty; taking hip hop wordwide;57th Dynasty: building DIY ethic.


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