A sociological and musical study which shows how French female rapper Diam's contributed to introduce a series of social issues within the public debate.
Denis-Constant Martin is a research supervisor at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (LAM, Sciences Po Bordeaux, Bordeaux University); he teaches political anthropology at Sciences Po Bordeaux. His research focuses on the relationship between culture, politics, and sociology of music; he notably worked on Eastern and Southern Africa, the Caribbean and the United States.
Foreword by Jean-Jacques Nattiez.
Contributions by Laura Brunon, Mariano Fernandez, Soizic Forgeon, Frédéric Hervé, Pélagie Mirand, Zulma Ramirez.