A Rap With Political Views

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  1. darkthrone

    darkthrone Well-Known Member

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    never could be said better
     
  2. Youngblood

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    I didn't say it was unique.
     
  3. R E V O

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    They are opening more and more people's eyes.

    They are revealing what the world really is.

    They speak truth, something that calls out to me.

    Much better then listening to how an ass can shake.
     
  4. Equivalent Exchange

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    Theres something that I can at least agree with :/
     
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    Wow please don't share your opinion on something you have litttle understanding on. Their are loads of underground rappers that rap about political issues because it's what they belive in and not about the money.
     
  6. Emerald Eagle

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    I listened to alot of rap music, but for some reason I've never really listened to Underground (I'm not one of those 50 Cent loving idiots though).

    So the only rap group/artist I could really say anything about that rap about political stuff is Public Enemy.
     
  7. Youngblood

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    many mainstream rap also talks about political and current issues
     
  8. MOODYGIRL

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    Wait is that on his CD?? If so I'm going to get it.
     
  9. Emerald Eagle

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    Would you consider Public Enemy as mainstream?
     
  10. mja2k3

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    My views are that, if he wants to make a serious song, then let him speak his mind. Isn't that what music is all about? If he wants to sing about ass shaking and money then let him rap about that. He can rap about whatever the hell he wants.

    Also if I had money like that I'd rap about it too.
     
  11. MOODYGIRL

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    Yes I know thank rap is the best music out there.
     
  12. hobomonkeyc

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    david banner and T.I. all talk about katrina because they both lived there

    ill try to find the raps
     
  13. Hass

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    yeah but if katrina didnt happen they would just be rapping about how they got money and cars

    south rappers are freaking wack!
    crunk music is even worse
    and commercial hiphop is soo repetitive it sounds like a merry go round song which includes each rapper..

    if you listen to mainstream hiphop you have no taste..

    and i've been listening to hiphop since forever
    so dont go saying you cant say this blah blah cause i know every single thing about hiphop
    from the sugar hill gang to g-unit
     
  14. SantaMayCry

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    yes vats of urine and space ho's are VERy important lol

    but i love hiphop, listen to Juelz Santana's Verse on "Ur in Da Army Now"
     

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