The destructive nature of hip-hop

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    Admittedly, I don't listen to hip-hop and rap, but at the same time I can't escape hearing it blaring from some black's car whenever I'm out. Often I can't understand what is being said, but the times I do understand I'm left feeling quite confused as to why an entire generation of people would embrace such a low form of music. When rap came onto the scene in the 1980s, it really was a viable art form. The rappers sang about things taking place in their neighborhoods but always with a sense of optimism and hope. The music was fueled with positive energy as a way of getting blacks to think about their social condition and behavior. Remember Public Enemy, KRS-1 and later Tupac? They rapped about real issues affecting the black community, but where are they now? Their voices were silenced and replaced by gutter trash. It amazes me that blacks not only fail to see today's music as an assault but actually embrace it, even going so far as to model their own lives after the lyrics they are constantly fed. Screw everything with a hole, sell dope, rob, commit acts of violence. Smoke weed, stay drunk, go to the club every weekend and throw away their money.

    Look at music from black predecessors. Blacks invented jazz and blues, music that actually spoke to a person's spirit and sense of being. Eighty years later, blacks are bombarded with the most base and disgusting aural images. Rather than building on a strong legacy, they've actually reverted, gone into a state of devolving. I know who is behind this grand scheme, as do many other white nationalists, but blacks themselves are too blind to see it. They have been bamboozled and hoodwinked, and they don't even know it.
     
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    I have to say I agree 100%. I was a huge fan of hip hop back in the day. There were so many different genres inside the genre. There were artist who made songs to dance to like Heavy D, Kwame and a bunch of others. There were the ones that raped about how bad their rap skills were like LL Cool J and EPMD. Then the political rappers like PE and KRS ONE (Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Every One). The story tellers like Slick Rick and Dana Dane. Then there were the sex fiends like 2 Live Crew. The comedian rappers like The Fresh Prince. They all rapped about things we all knew about and could relate to. They went from drinking the very affordable 40 oz and driving very affordable cars like Jeeps to drinking $500 bottles of shit and driving $500,000 cars. I don't know anything about that. When Gangsta Rap first came out it was real gangsters just telling their side. Now that's all there is and it makes me sick. Most of them aint even gangsters. Take Master P. He was a good student he excelled in football & basket ball and was actually on his HS debate team. He even played in the CBA. When did he have time to be a gangsta? Today the biggest gangsta in rap is Rick Ross. The stories he tells of life on the street must be the ones he heard while he was in prison. But he wasn't an inmate, he was a guard. When the story broke that he was a CO he vehemently denied the accusations even threatening to kill the guy that broke the story. As others dug deeper they uncovered pictures of him graduating the training course and his W2 forms. In what kind of society does holding down a decent job becomes a scandal that a person refuses admit because he is trying to convince you that he has never in his life been a productive member of society but instead lived his life as a criminal? Regardless who made this turn in the music, I say the fault lies with Black MEN for letting it happen, For not teaching our babies how to live. You mention Tupac. Before he became a THUG, he was a very good rapper He said this in "Keep Ya Head Up"
    And since we all came from a woman
    Got our name from a woman and our game from a woman
    I wonder why we take from our women
    Why we rape our women, do we hate our women?
    I think it's time to kill for our women
    Time to heal our women, be real to our women
    And if we don't we'll have a race of babies
    That will hate the ladies, that make the babies
    And since a man can't make one
    He has no right to tell a woman when and where to create one
    So will the real men get up
    I know you're fed up ladies, but keep your head up
     
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    Rap is crap! I have no interest in listening to whores, selling crack and killing people. Most music genres have songs about whores, but I dont like rap, so I am automatically turned off.
     
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    OP repped just because he's in the red.
     
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    First off there are genres within genres of Hip-Hop.

    There is conscious rap

    Gangster Rap

    Chopped and Screwed (Based off of Dj Screw in Houston Texas)

    West Coast Rap

    East Coast Rap

    Southern Rap

    Here is an example of conscious rap which non-violent I may add by Asheru who made the intro to Boondocks:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUpAnhFGM_M&feature=youtube_gdata_player]Asheru ~ soul - YouTube[/ame]

    Here is an example of Chopped and Screwed music based off slowing down the song and chopping (repeating) hooks of the song:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKwqu8tubAs&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKwqu8tubAs&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]

    Here is an example of Gangster rap:


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WD6g4i6ixkA&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WD6g4i6ixkA&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]

    Here is an example of West Coast Rap:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0UPhZk7mG0&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0UPhZk7mG0&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]

    Here is an example of East Coast Rap:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zW2NgonIlxo&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zW2NgonIlxo&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]

    Finally, an example of Down South Rap:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWEHx5brPy8&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWEHx5brPy8&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/ame]
     
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    Remember Lauryn Hill? Her debut album was socially and spiritually charged, yet despite its commercial success the music industry wanted to remake her image into something she didn't like. She refused, stopped making music and basically went into exile for several years. Of course others took her place at the table: Beyonce, Rhianna and Nikki Minaj, women who have no problem shaking their ass and objectifying their gender.

    Lauryn could have been a strong role model for young black girls, encouraging them to live their lives with decency and self-respect. Instead, she was forced into the shadows and replaced by singers who teach black girls it is okay to dress slutty and act vulgar. Is it any wonder black teenagers have so many babies and end up on welfare? Nope. They're indoctrinated to the point that promiscuity becomes normal, natural, something of celebration rather than scorn. There are bigger players behind the scene making this all happen (do your research), but none of it would work were it not for black women willingly participating simply to get paid.

    Blacks are quick to voice their outcry when a black kid has been attacked or murdered by another race, but they remain silent when a total generation of black kids is being attacked every day.
     
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    Did you read my previous post? Or are you going to continue your rant?
     
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    Johnny was a gangster rapper...

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQcgcmZvv28]Johnny Cash - I Shot A Man In Reno - YouTube[/ame]


    He shot a man in Reno...just to watch him die....Man ,thats hard core
     
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    Its called Gangsta Rap. It is mental poison. It is also a means to destroy young black males
    and females.

    This should not be accepted by people who like Hip- Hop.
     
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    No one's ranting. I read your post and listened to the clip of Asheru. True, his lyrics aren't the vile mess I'm used to hearing played on the street, but I wonder just what kind of airtime he and other "clean rappers" receive. I've never heard of him, nor have I heard anything positive in my daily comings and goings. What I do hear is a bunch of filth, and that leads me to believe that is what gets pushed and ultimately heard.

    I brought up Lauryn Hill because I think it speaks to a much deeper problem blacks don't recognize. Their backward descent (increasing crime, increasing high school drop-out rates, increasing bastard kids, increasing welfare and food stamps) didn't happen in a vacuum. No. Like the Wizard in The Wizard of Oz, someone has been standing behind the curtain manipulating blacks to behave a certain way, and one of their tools of manipulation is music. Another is TV and movies. There are plenty of fine black actors in Hollywood who haven't seen work in years, but they are ignored while others take their place acting like buffoons.

    Many white nationalists wouldn't care about any of this. Let the ******* devolve, they say. Let them wallow in their misery. But I don't view it that way. As much as I dislike blacks (because of their behavior rather than their race), I understand what is going on and the true nature of their devolution. For that, I can't help but have a little bit of sympathy for them. They are being manipulated in a way that hurts everyone but the true enemy.
     

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