Streeter Interview

Transcription of Street interview conducted by STCB

Reis Moulton, Ethan Tong, Jonas Lauzon 2-2/2-3

*Intro*

Jonas: Hey guys it’s Jonas, Reis and Ethan from the STCB podcast!

Reis: And today we’re going to be asking random strangers on what their thoughts are on the reputation of the hip hop community.

Ethan: Let’s do it!

Interview 1

Jonas: What are your thoughts on Hip Hop’s reputation?

Stranger: Um, I think it has recently been getting a negative reputation as there are a lot of sexual content that is being put out in the media. Thank you

Jonas: Thank you.

Interview 2

Jonas: What are your thoughts on Hip Hop’s reputation?

Stranger 2: I think that too many kids are playing it in their earbuds, and then they think they are hip hop artists when they’re not. Then they wear their pants low, showing parts of themselves that are not appropriate. And it leads to drug usage.

Jonas: Thank you.

Interview 3

Jonas: What are your thoughts on Hip Hop’s reputation?

Stranger 3: Um, I think that there are very many different styles that help in our community but some “Hip Hoppers” take like drug usage and affect teenagers in our society. 

Jonas: Thank you.

Interview 4

Jonas: What are your thoughts on Hip Hop’s reputation?

Stranger 4: I think that hip hop has a different reputation in different age groups, for example with parents a lot of the time hip hop doesn’t have the best reputation because they talk a lot about guns, drugs, sex and they disrespect women in a lot of the lyrics. But obviously that is not all hip hop. But yeah I think hip hop doesn’t have the best reputation especially in the older community but that does not mean that it is bad music, it does not mean that it is a bad culture.

Jonas: Thank you for taking the time to answer in depth.

Interview 5

Jonas: What are your thoughts on Hip Hop’s reputation?

Stranger 5: I don’t think that i share the same values then what the hip hop community represents and I don’t think that this is the best choice of music for the younger generation to listen to. Because they mostly talk about money, drugs, anger, violence.

Jonas: Thank you.

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