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RapIndie is filled with misfits. The cross-over market has never been less supported by all structural factions. 

We can celebrate hip hop culture in it's stereotypical form all day, but people are not weighing which side they want to fight for based on music, they're familiar with the standard hip hop sound, and the rappers don't even seem to be trying to invite other cultures anyway.

We should be unity. We should be pride. RapIndie should be competing instead of persuading. The problem is in real life, unity is small-minded, rappers are integrated into the system by being self-destructive, the oppositions are isolated/indifferent to each other, and the support of RapIndie isn't necessarily coming from the hip hop community.

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