Many sides are revising narratives. Many sides. And Grandmaster Flash and Kool Herc's 44-year long conflict reminds us Hip-Hop isn’t immune. Not every artist in the golden era was transcendent, not everyone dropped a classic, though we make it seem so. We’re always pointing at artists with ghostwriters as if "Rappers Delight" doesn’t have ghostwritten verses. And, while celebrating the culture’s 44th birthday, pioneers began barking about biting again, fighting for their legacies. These tropes are tagged all over the culture’s foundation, weaved within the fabric of our institutions. Are these things we can actually fix? The Company Man takes a look.