How about a brilliant piece of music where it intersects with society and actually says something other than I have lots of money, look at me I'm tough. Johnny dislikes narcissistic rappers. He likes rappers who remember they weren't always blessed with music channels and radio airplay. Guys (and gals) who had to fight their way into the public mind by having better music and lyrics than anybody else, ANYBODY else. Flavor Flav's TeeVee show today? What's WRONG with music. 'Fight the Power' is what's RIGHT with music.
Now, this is the uncut version, bad language can be found so if the kids are around, maybe not. Chuck D, Flavor Flav, Professor Griff and Pubic Enemy with 'Fight the Power' (we still ADORE the use of this song at the beginning of Do the Right Thing as Rosie Perez dances and shadowboxes).