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What R. Kelly’s conviction means for American music culture

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With R. Kelly’s conviction on all counts in his sex-trafficking trial, America is now grappling with yet another celebrity convicted of crimes and where they belong in our culture. Professor of African American studies at Duke University Mark Anthony Neal joins the show to discuss what to do with R. Kelly’s music and how he should be remembered.