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Hip-hop professor looks to open doors with world's first peer-reviewed rap album

By A.D. Carson, Assistant Professor of Hip-Hop, University of Virginia
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As a rap artist who is also a professor of hip-hop, I always make it a point to have my songs reviewed by other artists I admire.

So when I released “i used to love to dream” – my latest album – in 2020, I turned to Phonte Coleman, one half of the trailblazing rap group Little Brother.

“Just listened to the album. S— is dope!” Phonte texted me after he checked it out. “Salute!”


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