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A group of rappers and producers are reimagining not just the sound of Los Angeles, but its slang, its fashion sense, and the cultural divide between blacks and latinos.
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Young artists are building an inclusive oasis deep in conservative "flyover country."
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As the country recovers from decades of white supremacist rule, a cohort of artists in Joburg and Cape Town are reinterpreting a classic genre.