NahRight Talks to "Rap Dads" Sean Price, Styles P, and Combat Jack About Hip-Hop and Fatherhood

NahRight asked several fathers who make a living in hip-hop about how being a father impacts what they listen to.

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With Father's Day tomorrow, Daniel Isenberg of NahRight shared his thoughts on what it means to be a "Rap Dad." He also interviewed other "Rap Dads" from across the community, ranging from rappers like Sean Price and Styles P to writers like Shea Serrano and Rob Markman. Collectively, the men talked about how their perspective about hip-hop has changed (or not) since having children. There are great anecdotes here about little children dancing along to "Otis," memorizing every word off Z-Ro's “Mo City Don Freestyle," and grown men watching Degrassi and shedding "thug tears" to Toy Story 3. Read the full story here.

[via NahRight]

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