The landscape of hip hop among Jewish and Palestinian communities in Israel may be understood as the performative interplay of two discursive strategies: exile and emergence. The shift from exile to emergence, embodied in the work of several contemporary hip hop artists, offers a unique reimagining of the Israeli nation-state and provides opportunities for interrogating the dynamics of power and performance in Israel/Palestine.

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