A couple of weeks back, a controversial YouTube and Google+ live stream took place where the culture of Hip-Hop was figuratively put on trial. Artists like Slaughterhouse, Questlove, Q-Tip, KRS-One and more became visibly frustrated discussing issues with people obviously out of touch with the genre and the youth as a whole.
So on this edition of Street Wired, I took it to the people and asked them what they would change about the culture they care about so much and why? The answers may surprise you. Hit the jump to check out what the people of New York thought.
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