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We're missing those subversive and dangerous ideas

26 May 2022

4:20 PM

26 May 2022

4:20 PM

The biggest shifts in culture have always come out of subcultures or scenes that go mainstream.

It was mostly African American subcultures that produced a new genre of music in almost every decade of the 20th century. Each of these genres was birthed in America but soon went global. From blues to jazz, ragtime, soul, funk, hip hop, and rap along with every subgenre in between.

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