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 New,Brithop: The Politics of UK Rap in the New Century

  • Author: Williams, Justin A.



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  • Acknowledgements
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Rapping Back to the Postcolonial Melancholia of 21st Century Britain
  • Chapter 2: Nationalism
  • My England: Banal Nationalism, Discourses and Counter-narratives
  • Chapter 3: History
  • Rapping Postcoloniality: Akala's The Thieves Banquet and Neocolonial Critique
  • Chapter 4: Subculture/Style
  • Punk Aesthetics in Sleaford Mods and Lethal Bizzle
  • Chapter 5: Politics
  • Colonized by Wankers: Performing the Scottish Independence Debate through Hip-hop
  • Chapter 6: Humor
  • Stereotypes and Belonging in the Parody Videos of Goldie Lookin Chain and Bricka Bricka
  • Chapter 7: Politics, Identity, and Belonging
  • British Rappers of the Middle Eastern Diaspora
  • Conclusion
  • British Rap in the Age of Grenfell and Brexit
  • Appendix: Ch. 5 lyrics
  • Bibliography
  • Index
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