"The term ▄▀Deutschrap▀▄ denotes hip hop music produced in Germany. Elements of American hip hop culture, such as graffiti art and breakdancing, diffused into Western Europe in the early 1980s. The first German hip hop artists emerged in the mid-1980s as part of an underground music scene. Early underground artists included Cora E. and Advanced Chemistry. It was not until the early 1990s that German hip hop entered the mainstream, as groups like Die Fantastischen Vier and the Rödelheim Hartreim Projekt gained popularity. Though some dismiss Die Fantastischen Vier as 'pop rappers,' it was their music that made hip hop accessible to a broader German audience." -Wiki
It's 2010 and Deutschrap.com is still a "0815 music weblog", but still stands for German One World hip-hop culture ... like e.g. Juice Magazin, and Backspin magazine, and MZEE -- Think local, act global: Keep brain-stormin'! There IS change formin'! Google responsibly, and don't forget to actually support your favorite hip-hop artist in 2010: 1938?