Nanjing Jingling High School, 210002
Stevv Tsui, a high school student who has just turned 18 this year, is also a senior hip hop lover. Hip hop, as an essential part of his life, has long been the goal he wants to strive for. He does his own rap and wants to spread his favorite culture through this way, so that more people can know its source and genuinely fall in love with the way of living, and maybe even understand the relevant history. This article will briefly show you the process of his work and his future ambitions as a newly arrived hip hop poet in the street.
Interview, Chinese music, Hip hop, Rap music, high schooler
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