72nd out of 102 books — 33 voters
Move The Crowd: Voices And Faces Of The Hip Hop Nation
With a sales growth of 51 percent from 1995 to 1998, hip-hop has become our nation's fastest growing listening preference: 62 million rap albums were sold in 1997 alone. "Move the Crowd" celebrates this meteoric success, chronicling rap's Golden Age -- the '80s and early '90s, when the music grew from an inner city phenomenon to a primary force of youth culture. The book c...more
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