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Reviews STREET TALK - Hip-Hop Urban Slanguage Review
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Written by Robert ID2100   
Saturday, 12 November 2005 16:00

STREET TALK: Da Official Guide to Hip-Hop & Urban Slanguage’ by Randy ''Moe Deezy'' Kearse is really worth a good look.

This extraordinary collection of hip-hop and urban words and phrases is truly the dictionary for today’s hip-hop culture.

I was amazed at the professional approach and delivery of this product.

STREET TALK has over 700 pages, with over 10,000 entries, in one of the most all-inclusive explanations of the hip-hop and urban slang language found anywhere that I am aware of.

The different origins and different slang ‘types’ are all covered. From Old School to drug, to prison slang it is all here in one book. This work is sure to become the hip-hop dictionary and should be in every school library, so teachers and students can communicate a little better. Every house hold so parents and children can understand each other a little better to.

Not just a reference book, as I found myself reading and enjoying all the different terms and at times learning new terms and phrases.

As a true lover of hip-hop, I have to embrace STREET TALK as a great contribution not only to the hip-hop culture, but to society at large. The continued impact of hip-hop and urban culture is felt around the world, and STREET TALK only compliments that impact. This ''phat'' new dictionary is a gap-bridger for adults and young people.

As the hip-hop culture grows and is becoming more accepted bu mainstream society, everyone will be able to enjoy this book.

Randy ''Moe Deezy'' Kearse has compiled the hip-hop dictionary that should be widely accepted and embraced. STREET TALK is a book that can and should be enjoyed by those in the hip-hop culture and those curious of the hip-hop culture. I highly recommend that you get a copy and maybe give copies to those you know, who need help with their ‘slanguage’.

Randy ''Moe Deezy'' Kearse’s ‘STREET TALK: Da Official Guide to Hip-Hop & Urban Slanguage’ can be found at http://www.certifiedstreettalk.com/Page1.html .

Please give the site a look and read more on Randy ‘Moe Deezy’ Kearse and read excerpts from ‘STREET TALK: Da Official Guide to Hip-Hop & Urban Slanguage’ – it is truly worth the look.

 
Reviews STREET TALK - Hip-Hop Urban Slanguage Review

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