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street credibility

n
(Sociology) a convincing command or display of the style, fashions, knowledge, etc, associated with urban counterculture. Often shortened to: street cred
ˌstreet-ˈcredible adj
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Noun1.street credibility - credibility among young fashionable urban individuals
believability, credibility, credibleness - the quality of being believable or trustworthy
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Add hummable hooks, street-credible lyrics and social comment, and the resulting package is simply irresistible.
She is arguably the most street-credible celebrity Wales has at the moment.
The extensive collaboration between the two generations and two cultures--Nelson with her established theatre background and experience, and the performers' youthful, street-credible, underground savvy--results in a highly polished, thought-provoking play.