Table of contents for Beats, rhymes, and life : what we love and hate about hip-hop / edited by Kenji Jasper and Ytasha Womack ; photos by Robert Johnson III ; reporting-at-large by Mark Allwood.

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Table of Contents
		
Editors¿ Notes										
	Kenji Jasper and Ytasha L. Womack
Foreword										
Dr. Michael Eric Dyson
Nelly											
The Interview
A Message from the Disgruntled Hip Hop Fan					
The Disgruntled Fan
Faraji Whalen
Scarface										
The Interview
The Buzz										
The Buzz 
Mark Allwood
Luther Campbell 									
The Interview
The Ass										
Remote Control: Romance vs. Promiscuity in Mainstream Hip Hop
Lisa Pegram
Ice T											
The Interview
The Cane										
Cashmere Thoughts
Michael A. Gonzales
Ludacris							 	
The Interview
The Cross										
A Christmas Story
Ytasha L. Womack
Billy Danze (of M.O.P)								
The Interview
The Coffin										
Coughing
Suheir Hammad
Too Short										
The Interview
The Whip										
DMV
Robert Johnson III
Rob Marriott										
The Interview
The Ice										 
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Gregory L. Johnson
Heather Hunter									
The Interview
The Stilettos										
On Solace
Mariahdessa Ekere Tallie 
Miri Ben Ari										
The Interview
The Tag										
	
The Tag
 Chino, As told to [?]
Pete Rock										
The Interview
The Turntable										
Imani Dawson
Mos Def										
The Interview
The Shell Casings									
Evidence of Caps Once Peeled
Kenji Jasper
Common										
The Interview
The Block
Scoop Jackson									
Dr. Robin Kelley									
The Interview
The Floor										
Bob Meadows
Posdnus (of De La Soul)
The Interview
								
The Suit										
The World Is Yours
William Jelani Cobb
Acknowledgments
Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hip-hop.
Rap (Music).
African American youth -- Intellectual life.
African Americans -- Intellectual life.
African American youth -- Social conditions.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
Rap musicians -- United States -- Interviews.
Interviews -- United States.
United States -- Intellectual life.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1980-.