Wait until rap shows up in your church.
As Jeff Chang's article in Foreign Policy points out, hip-hop is now 34-years-old -- and it's gone global.
- In Shangai, Chinese-speaking rappers face off.
- In Paris, the children of Arab immigrants use rap to protest government policies.
- I'm told that, in West Africa, posters of Tupac Shakur are everywhere.
In short, it's payback time: our children are doing to us what we did to our parents.
- They want to listen to "their" music in church,
- and we just want them to turn it down!