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When Conscious Rappers Live That Misogynistic Life

Too many times, a progressive image has crumbled under misogynistic acts

Talib Kweli. Photo: Johnny Nunez/Getty Images

Back in 1998, André 3000 put his own spin on that old adage about judging a book by its cover. “Is every nigga with dreads for the cause?” he mused rhetorically on the title track of OutKast’s third album, Aquemini. “Is every nigga with golds for the fall?”…

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