Trap Lore Ross: The history of hip-hop & police brutality
Trap Lore Ross recently released a must see in-depth look at the history between hip-hop and police brutality.
The UK based YouTuber provides one of the most in-depth summaries you’ll find of the way rap artists have spoken out against police brutality since the birth of hip-hop, and how they’ve have remained steadfast in upholding the “fuck the police” mantra.
As Ross explains in his intro: “I felt that the best thing that I could possibly do is speak out in a way that’s personal to me and what I do. And so I decided to open my ears and listen, put my research skills to good use, and try and learn as much as I could about how police brutality relates to the genre of music that I love the most.”
Check it out below and be sure to subscribe to Trap Lore Ross on YouTube for his latest updates.
You can follow @TrapLoreRoss on Instagram.
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