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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Hip-Hop, Japan, and Cultural Globalization 1. Yellow B-Boys, Black Culture, and the Elvis Effect 2. Battling Hip-Hop Samurai 3. Genba Globalization and Locations of Power 4. Rap Fans and Consumer Culture 5. Rhyming in Japanese 6. Women Rappers and the Price of Cutismo 7. Making Money, Japan-Style Conclusion: Lessons of Hip-Hop Globalization Notes References Index
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Rap (Music) -- Japan -- History and criticism.
Culture and globalization -- Japan.