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The Young Black Male and Rap Music I am going to study the role of a young black male in todays society I will look at the pressures that predominantly black music puts on the young black male and the kind of impression it can make on them When a young black male is presented some people might think of lazy drug and alcohol users own weapons and people that talk in the Ebonics language Also you may think of them being racist towards some whites This may occur because of the family that they grow up in Its possible that their parents may have had bad experiences with white people or possibly even all the way back to their grandparents Hearing their parents and grandparents tell stories might put them in a mindset to also be prejudice towards whites This prejudice against whites may be their reason to act different than those people that are white Not to say that this applies for all African Americans but the descriptions above could be described as folkways Although to some blacks the prejudice against whites maybe set as a more by their family African Americans acting different takes us to the music When someone says black music most people would probably think of rap Rap songs usually talk about womanizing drug and alcohol use and killing people that they dont like The four songs that I will be using to back those points up are Gin and Juice by Snoop Doggy Dogg Natural Born Killers by Dr Dre One and One by 2 Live Crew and Back That Thang Up by Juvenile These four songs will represent what young black males have grew up listening and hopefully prove my point that rap music refers to what young black males do Also the songs can help to acknowledge that the music may have some effect on them First lets look at the song that put Snoop
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