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Iranian-American Musician Busts Stereotypes in Hip-hop Musici
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Elizabeth Lee
August 13, 2012 8:11 PM
Hip-hop music, often referred to as rap, is traditionally known as the music of African-Americans and Latinos in the United States. While these two cultures still dominate the Hip-hop industry, an Iranian-American rap artist from Los Angeles is trying to break that stereotype. Producer Elizabeth Lee profiles Azad Right in this week’s 'Voices of America.'

Iranian-American Musician Busts Stereotypes in Hip-hop Music

Elizabeth Lee

Published August 13, 2012

Hip-hop music, often referred to as rap, is traditionally known as the music of African-Americans and Latinos in the United States. While these two cultures still dominate the Hip-hop industry, an Iranian-American rap artist from Los Angeles is trying to break that stereotype. Producer Elizabeth Lee profiles Azad Right in this week’s 'Voices of America.'