Not only did Geoff Boucher's article on the so-called "positive rap" movement completely miss the point ("No Gangs. No Guns. No Sale?," Feb. 4), but so did every letter printed in response to it.
It's not about kids rejecting "positive" music. Most of these so-called "positive" artists (Dilated Peoples, Jurassic 5, Black Eyed Peas) spend an absurd amount of time rapping about just how "underground" they are, what extraordinary rhyming skills they possess, and little else.