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  2. Under the radar was an independent rap group called who released an innovative street record titled "41fivin'". Richie Rich, D-Loc, J.E.D. and DJ Daryl created a sound that would be the blueprint for early 90's west coast gangsta rap. "The Chronic" and "Doggystyle" took a big influence from this album.5/5(10).
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  6. Now, "gangsta" rap itself is being decried as a menace to society for its seeming glorification of violence -- gun violence in particular -- among black youth, where firearms are the leading cause.
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