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|Conservative Rap Battle - Michael Steele's Response|
A few weeks ago GOP leader Michael Steele made headlines when he became the first African American head of the Republican Party. He also caused a bit of controversy by saying he was "planning an 'off the hook' public-relations offensive to attract younger voters, especially blacks and Hispanics, by applying the party's principles to urban-suburban hip-hop settings".
Can Hip Hop and the Republican Party break bread?
Furthermore what kind of relationship does Hip Hop culture have with Politics?