New Book: Rap de Acá: La Historia del Rap en Argentina

Rap de Acá, es el primer volumen de una serie de libros que abordan los origines del rap y el Hip Hop en la República Argentina. Este primer número abarca al surgimiento y evolución del rap desde sus comienzos hasta 1993. El mismo, a través de entrevistas a los propios protagonistas, busca reconstruir la historia de los primeros pasos de práctica del rap en Argentina. Con prólogo de Juan Data, histórico periodista fundador del fanzine Moshpit, y uno de los expertos en rap local, y un bonus track: un tema musical de tango rap compuesto por Smoler Bazz (ex Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop) y Mariano y Alejandro Rucci (ex 9mm). Editado por Editorial Leviatan, se puede encontrar su versión impresa y ebook bajo la plataforma Kindle de Amazon.

Rap de Acá, is the first volume of a series of books that address the origins of rap and Hip Hop in the Argentine Republic. This first number covers the emergence and evolution of rap from its beginnings to 1993. The same, through interviews with the protagonists themselves, seeks to reconstruct the history of the first steps of practicing rap in Argentina. With a foreword by Juan Data, historical journalist founder of the fanzine Moshpit, and one of the experts in local rap, and a bonus track: a tango rap musical theme titled “De Pibes” composed by Smoler Bazz (ex-Argentine Hip Hop Syndicate) and Mariano y Alejandro Rucci (ex 9mm). Edited by Editorial Leviatan, this printed version can be found in traditional bookstores and in Ebook format under the Amazon Kindle platform. Rap de Acá is the first book that addresses the history of rap in our country.

Thanks to Martin Biaggini for sharing!

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