Hip Hop Psychology (HHP) is a school of philosophical inquiry which seeks to use the artistic components of Hip Hop (movement, visual art, music production and emceeing) as a means to provide a culturally sensitive, multi-linguistic way of expressing in a therapeutic or medical context (Gardner & Roychoudhury, 2010) HHP is also praxis – a complex cyclical activity involving theory, application, evaluation, reflection and further theory which builds upon the metanarrative of Hip Hop, as the catalyst for a renaissance of emotional expression and transformative social change, in order to bridge gaps, pursue humanization and diplomatically work towards conflict transformation by using the best of capitalism and socialism to diminish power differentials and pursue a path towards emancipatory therapy and liberating education in order to achieve a dialectic or reconciliation (Roychoudhury & Gardner, 2012).