What’s the Biggest Way the Internet Has Changed Hip-Hop? (Video)

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The final installment of BET’s 4-part Hip-Hop documentary, The Message, discusses how the digital revolution transformed Hip-Hop. Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, A$AP Rocky, Meek Mill, Mac Miller and many of the Internet’s biggest benefactors discuss its impact on their careers and the culture, generally. The episode also features Nas, Wyclef, Ab-Soul, Schoolboy Q, Rick Ross, Doug E Fresh, Joe Budden, MC Lyte, Questlove, Nelson George and many more. Check out the trailer and let us know how you think the Internet changed the game.

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