We frequently hear the argument about hip hop artists that have ghostwriters pushing the pen behind their hottest songs as being compared to pop singers having songwriters, with various members of the rap world believing it should be treated the same way—a hit is a hit, no matter if the rapper wrote it or not. But those that honorably uphold hip-hop lyricism in high regard, with its honestly and poetic value rivaling and superseding the songwriting available in any other music genre
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