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By Nate Seltenrich, Eastbayexpress.com

Not since NWA's "Fuck tha Police" has overtly political hip-hop enjoyed any real measure of commercial success. Acid Reflex isn't quite as explicit or controversial, but Paris' political and social commentary on terrorism, Darfur, Katrina, and much more, all set to cogent contemporary beats, challenges mainstream hip-hop to move beyond bling.

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The Hip-Hop Road to Socialism

By Dean Van Nguyen, jacobinmag.com The video for “Marx is a Post-90” features an illustration of the nineteenth-century philosopher and social revolutionary flashing a peace sign. This Chinese rap s