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Hip Hop emerged in Cuba at a time when the island was entering a new stage marked by the fall of the soviet block and the subsequent crisis known as the “special period”. During this time Cuban society underwent major changes, trying to adapt to a post-cold war world increasingly influenced by globalization and neoliberalism.

Cuban Hip Hop is charged with social criticism, which global mass media incorrectly spins as contrary to the Cuban Revolution. But through their attitude, the rappers have shown that they are seeking a “positive social transformation”. One that is based, among other things, on a respect for differences.


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