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At its most basic level, 'The Rap Year Book,' by Shea Serrano, who used rap to teach science to middle school students in Houston, is a series of essays and illustrations discussing and debating the best rap song of each year, from to November 5, Few people thought "The Rap Year Book" would do well. In fact, few people even knew about it, at first. After all, it's a nonfiction graphic novel in the musical genre, by a relatively young, unknown writer who himself expressed apprehension that the book would sell. The book has done gangbusters. In fact, the entire first round of printing — some 20, copies — sold out before the book even came out.
The Paperback of the The Rap Year Book: The Most Important Rap Song from Every Year Since , Discussed, Debated, and Deconstructed.
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One thing Serrano wanted to emphasize to readers and critics before they start harassing him via email and Twitter is that the selection of songs are emphasized by importance and not the best. From the time Serrano did his sample chapter until he finished the book, it took him months. He admits he spent most of the time doing nothing but once the editor called him he started writing the book. As far as writing the book, it only took him a little less than a year. He said he waited a couple of months to see if his editor was going to bother him and she never did. From then, I started cranking them out.
A memoir by the feminist writer and activist is also a history of the movement. The most important rap song every year since , discussed, debated and deconstructed. The cultural and societal trade offs of social technologies that create connections versus face-to-face communication. Detroit in , the end of its boom and the beginning of its collapse. A history of Broadway theatre that reveals the business behind the art. The calculated strategy behind how musical hits are predicted, composed and popularized. The impact of events in England in on Shakespeare toward the three tragedies he wrote that year: King Lear, Macbeth and Antony and Cleopatra.