Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World
Hip Hop Artists Mobilize for Obama
Clip: 02/21/2023 | 3m 20s
The series finale examines the role Hip Hop artists played electing Barack Obama to President of the United States. Also examines Young Jeezy's song, My President is Black as an homage to this historical moment. Featuring artists P Diddy and Jay-Z in archival interviews as well as new sit-downs with Chuck D, Killer Mike, Ice-T, Fat Joe, MC Lyte and academic Dr. Kaye Whitehead.
Aired: 02/21/23 | Expires: 03/07/24 |
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