Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes?you\u2019ve heard of these rap artists. But peep this: the rapper Rosabeth Moss Kanter? The college professor doesn\u2019t come outta South Central or Bed Stuy but the ivied halls of Harvard Business School. What\u2019s she doing with a rap song? "Evolve," recorded with Boston-based rap artist Mike Boston, is what Kanter calls an "alternative executive summary" that hits the main points of her latest book, Evolve!: Succeeding in the Digital Culture of Tomorrow. Kanter met Boston through the community service organization City Year, with which they\u2019re both involved. "I wrote some verses while writing my book because I wanted to take my conclusions from the boardroom to the community," Kanter says. "I wanted my message to reach the young people who get involved with City Year and not just executives and managers who would read the book." Proceeds from the rap CD and accompanying video benefit City Year. Kanter uses the song to "rap up" her lectures too. "The lectures themselves are full of substance, so it\u2019s nice to have an inspirational and imaginative ending. I don\u2019t take it too seriously, and I don\u2019t expect anyone else to," she says. But listeners have loved it. It\u2019s been well-received among Kanter\u2019s colleagues in business, academic and City Year circles, who find her message about bridging the digital and generational divides a positive one. "Just pick a direction in this world of connection," she raps. "So many problems to solve?you\u2019ve got to evolve."So what\u2019s next for the rapping Rosabeth? A VH1 Behind the Music special? A world tour? Fans will be dismayed: She says this was a one-time production, a medium that suited the message.