Although some rap songs may appear to focus on themes of violence, they are reflections of preexisting political, social, and economic disparities. As a philosophical concept, nommo is the animative ability of words and the delivery of words to act upon objects, giving life.
It is disparities in economic and political power, not hip-hop music, that create violence in American society.
However, in his book In Search Of Africa,  Manthia Diawara states that hip hop is really a voice of people who are marginalized in modern society. In order to understand hip-hop, it is necessary to look at it as the product of a set of historical, political, and economic circumstances and to study the role it has served as voice for those subjugated by systematic political and economic oppression.
Songs are usually mixed with other genres of music like rock and classical pianoor with record players and scratchers. Breakdancing is typically done with the accompaniment of hip hop music playing on a boom box or PA system.
This is similar to the role played by the limusizi in Rwanda, the imbongi in Zulu, and the kwadwumfo in Ghana. By the I s, hip-hop had become a business and rap music was a valuable commodity'3. America's most recent census reported that African-American youth are the most likely group in the nation to live in poor households and neighborhoods, to be unemployed, to be the victims of homicide or AIDS, or to spend time in prison at some point in their lifetimes.
Additionally, it is necessary that working-class adults are able to earn a living wage before they may begin to be expected to have hope for their future or the future of their children.
However, early on the dance was known as the "boing" the sound a spring makes. The popularity of hip-hop can also be illustrated by the marketing success of Sprite soda. Ironically, many of the same politicians and groups who cry out against violence in rap music are also leading the attack on Welfare, Affirmative Action, funding for education, and proposals for universal health care.