Hip-Hop (and Other Things)

Hip-Hop (and Other Things)

Author: Shea Serrano

Publisher: Twelve

ISBN: 1538730227

Page: 256

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All of them, though, are treated with the care and respect that they deserve. HIP-HOP (AND OTHER THINGS) is the third book in the (And Other Things) series.

HIP-HOP (AND OTHER THINGS) is the third book in the (And Other Things) series. The first two--Basketball (And Other Things) and Movies (And Other Things)--were both #1 New York Times bestsellers.



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