Fifty years ago hip-hop started a revolution, not just in music but in fashion, film, TV, art. Is another revolution possible now? 

That’s really a hard question. We never really seen hip-hop takin’ it this far from when we created it back in the Bronx around 50 years ago. I can’t really see another genre really dominating like hip-hop because hip-hop is truly the people’s music.

It’s the only thing that broke down all barriers like racism and this and that. I am not saying racism don’t exist, but if you look at the majority of the hip-hop fans, they are white. They from every color. They ain’t afraid

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