They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us by Hanif Abdurraqib

In this collection of essays, the author weaves together personal anecdotes, music criticism, and social commentary to explore the ways in which music shapes our identities and experiences. Through a lens that is both deeply introspective and widely resonant, the essays delve into the cultural impact of artists ranging from Bruce Springsteen to Chance the Rapper, examining the intersections of race, politics, and popular culture. The author's lyrical prose and poignant reflections offer a unique perspective on the power of music to articulate emotion, forge connections, and provide solace in times of turmoil.

The 10525th greatest book of all time


Published
2017
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
236
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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