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by William Shaw

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ISBN:
0684865068
Author:
William Shaw
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster; 1st ed. edition (April 12, 2000)
Pages:
336 pages
EPUB book:
1239 kb
FB2 book:
1331 kb
DJVU:
1899 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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236


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The story of the rise of the Hip Hop scene in . is presented through the struggles of seven young AfricanAmerican men who strived to succeed in the music industry with their new urban form of music. He has written for The Times, The Independent, and The Observer in England as well as Vogue, George, and Esquire.

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West Side is the American release of a British book called Westsiders: Stories of Boys in the Hood. I picked this book up in London this Spring and it was a worthwhile find. Shaw's strength is his unflagging objectivity; he is truly multicultural. He does not pretend to excuse or to pander to any of his characters.

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William Shaw works as a journalist and writer in the US and in the UK. One of his earlier works is the 1999 book Westsiders: Stories of the Boys in the Hood, which chronicles the attempts of a group of Los Angelenos to become successful hip hop artis.

William Shaw works as a journalist and writer in the US and in the UK. One of his earlier works is the 1999 book Westsiders: Stories of the Boys in the Hood, which chronicles the attempts of a group of Los Angelenos to become successful hip hop artists.

Journalist William Shaw chronicles the lives of seven young men in Southcentral .

Journalist William Shaw chronicles the lives of seven young men in Southcentral Los Angeles as they struggle for success in the hip hop music industry. demonstrates an impressive knowledge of hip hop; he also provides deep historical context for Los Angeles's black population, from the FBI's Black Panther-busting antics in the 1960s to the well-publicized gang rivalries between the Bloods and the Crips in the '90s who have grown up losing friends to gunfire and mourning fathers who are dead or locked u.

The story of the rise of the Hip Hop scene in L.A. is presented through the struggles of seven young AfricanAmerican men who strived to succeed in the music industry with their new urban form of music.