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When it comes to creative expressions in the form of lyricism and wordplay, Hip-Hop just may trump all other music genres by a longshot.Take a rapper like Rick Ross for example. He twisted his own stage persona and tied it into the struggle history of MC Hammerfor a record that showed the spiral of balling out of control. Or a starving Kendrick Lamar who, on the song “Michael Jordan,” compared his aspirations to be the top of the game to a young North Carolina boy who felt the same way after being cut from his high school basketball team.



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