Jim Farber of the New York Daily News profiled a new invasion of white rappers that is coming upon us, including work from Stagga Lee, Poverty, K-Mo, DF Dub and the first white female rapper, Sarai. Poverty admits Eminem’s success has made it harder for caucasian rhymers. “If you’re white and you rap, people see you as just another Emimen, no matter what you do,” he says. The Source’s music editor Jerry Barrow agrees: “Eminem has set the record so high in terms of sales and skills, it’s unfortunate for any of these other guys.”
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