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3 Legends In One Post,Videos Included

Posted in Baltimore, black rights, Church and Religion, Comedy, Common Sense, country music, democrats, Dude, gangster movie, george bush, keanu reeves, Morals, movies, Music and Love, news, nominations, police, police brutality, politics, Prophet, Rap and Hip-Hop, sean bell, street kings, the game, Tupac Shakur, Violence, voting, west coast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 27, 2008 by everythingimnot

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Three music videos in one post today and a bonus video for those who look at the post. The three videos are : Jay-Z – “I Know”, Hussein Fatal – “Pop Like Me”, and Pete Rock-“Til I Retire/Best Believe” ft. Redman. I can’t tell you what the bonus is cause that would ruin the mystery of it. I’m not really a fan of the song ” I Know”, I guess it just wasn’t my favorite from AG. “Pop Like Me” was alright but it wasn’t on par with what I would expect from an Outlaw. The Pete Rock song is a good one, this is the dude that has produced classics, check out Illmatic.
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Analytical Research: Rap v. Society

Posted in black rights, Common Sense, Morals, movies, Music and Love, news, police, politics, Prophet, Rap and Hip-Hop, Tupac Shakur, Uncategorized, Violence with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 18, 2008 by everythingimnot

I am writing a paper about the recent events from the beginning of the Jena 6 up to the hanging of a noose around the neck of the statue of Tupac Shakur. This not only includes the incidents of racism but also the media’s sudden want to clean up rap music after Don Imus said “nappy-headed ho”, which led to a congressional hearing over the state of rap music. I talk about how when something bad happens in society it gets reflected upon the rap community as if the source of all problems comes from there. I am using Tupac as a recurring figure in my paper. Continue reading