Hip-Hop Lessons for the Business World

Tech guru Ben Horowitz talks about rap's influence on entrepreneurship during a Hip-Hop Archive Q&A.

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Tech investor and entrepreneur Ben Horowitz joined Marcyliena Morgan, founder and director of Harvard's Hip-Hop Archive, on April 6 to discuss the hip-hop world's influences on business and entrepreneurship during the Archive's Cutting Edge Series. Introduced by The Root's editor-in-chief, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Horowitz talked about his youthful fascination with rap and hip-hop and the music's daily impact on how he runs his California tech venture-capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. 

For more information on Harvard's Hip-Hop Archive and the Cutting Edge Series, visit the archive's website

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