Raperos Delight

Feature

Friday, October 29, 2004

In Cuba, the communist regime has set up the Cuban Rap Agency — which is exactly what it sounds like. The state chooses which hip hop musicians become stars and pays their salaries. Shana Bromberg met up with one certified Cuban rap producer at his studio outside Havana, where he discussed the strangely familiar plight of provocative artists trying to be heard inside the artistic mainstream.

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Shana Bromberg

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