Beverly Keel, chair and professor at Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of Record Industry,  Murfreesboro, Tenn., interviewing Ice-T. (VT Photo)

REPORTIG FROM NASHVILLE — Musician, rapper, songwriter, actor and record producer and executive Ice-T said he feels rap is turning back to the time when the disco beat was more important than the message.

"There are still some out there with a message and there is still a market for the message," he said, while b...


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