Gender in "I Ain't the 1" Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Gender in "I Ain't the 1"
Discussion of NWA's "I Ain't the One."
# 139818 | 1,000 words | 3 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in African-American Studies (Gender) , Music Studies (Contemporary)


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This paper explores the theme of gender as touched upon by NWA's notorious 1988 song, "I Ain't the One."According to the paper, NWA is a fore-runner to the gangsta rap artists of today and this is song is often described by scholarly observers of African-American culture and music as being a classic exposition of how gangsta rappers feel about women, the motives of women and male-female relationships. Liberal feminist theory is used to interpret this song.

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"The following paper will explore the theme of gender as touched upon by NWA's notorious 1988 song, "I Ain't the One." The reason why NWA was selected when there are so many other "worthy" candidates within the gangsta rap tradition is two-fold: NWA is a fore-runner to the gangsta rap artists of today; and this is song is often described by scholarly observers of African-American culture and music as being a classic exposition of how gangsta rappers feel about women, the motives of women and male-female relationships ..."

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Gender in "I Ain't the 1" (2008, December 01) Retrieved August 14, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/gender-in-i-ain-t-the-1-139818/

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