Most of mainstream hip-hop contains messages about violence, misogyny and materialism that can easily have an impact on its young listeners and the way they view the society they live in. The audience that I want to reach out to is the urban African-American and Hispanic youth, ranging between the ages of 10 and15. They form the core audience that most mainstream hip-hop artists are speaking to. My solution to this problem is to represent politically conscious hip-hop artists as a communication designer. Through the use of flyers, posters, and mixtapes I am giving a visual perspective of the artist’s message by using communication design as a tool to express their verbal messages.