Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Hip Hop History

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KEXP’s Gabriel Teodros caught up with authors Davey D and Jeff Chang about the new edition of Can’t Stop Won’t Stop and the power of hip-hop.


 
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Can’t Stop Won’t Stop was a book first published in 2005 by Jeff Chang that chronicled the early hip-hop scene. It has now been rereleased with updates and a focus on a young adult audience with writing contributions by DJ, historian, and professor Davey D Cook. KEXP’s Gabriel Teodros caught up with Davey D and Jeff Chang about the new edition and the power of hip-hop.  

“This is the hidden history of America,” Chang says. “Hip-hop has that sort of hidden transcript of what really went on, what didn’t end up on the front page.”  

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