“religious” rappers

ever notice how RELIGIOUS RAPPERS are NOT considered “CONSCIOUS” RAPPERS?

why is that?

because RELIGIOUS RAPPERS are more about White Jesus than they are Black and Brown LOVE, COMMUNITY, and UNITY.

to be honest, i don’t know which is WORSE – – –

WHITE RAPPERS with their CARBON-COPY Hip-Hop / Rap?

or

“CHRISTIAN” RAPPERS with their White Jesus idolizing SWAGGER-JACKED Hip-Hop / Rap?

all White rappers do is put a White face on the Hip-Hop package and sell it to White people.

and

all Christian rappers do is put a White face on the Hip-Hop package and sell it to who? BLACK PEOPLE.

not just ANY Black people, though.

Black people that have been thoroughly and OVERWHELMINGLY brainwashed by WHITE JESUS and his White disciples and White angels.

in a religious context, damn near EVERY “holy” image is a White one!

and guess what…the only ‘colored’ image is of the ‘devil’.

coincidence? depends on who you ask.

but either way, Christian rappers are not CONSCIOUS rappers because they’re actually as UNCONSCIOUS as the ‘BLING’ / GANGSTER / HUSTLER rappers – AND – they’re equally as bad for the young, vulnerable, impressionable inner-city youth.

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10 thoughts on ““religious” rappers

  1. “Black people as a whole don’t IDENTIFY WITH or TAKE PRIDE IN ‘WhiteRap’ music – because it’s just an overly-celebrated carbon-copy of the real thing.”
    -april 8th

    “WHITE RAPPERS with their CARBON-COPY Hip-Hop / Rap?”
    -april 16

    the [carbon copy] description is an illogical theme to pursue.

    there is nothing carbon copy about whiterap.
    that would imply that white rappers are rapping about [same 10 things]
    this blog has mentioned time and time again how impossible that scenario is to imagine.

    whiterap has more in common with rockandroll than it does with black hip hop

  2. “there is nothing carbon copy about whiterap.
    that would imply that white rappers are rapping about [same 10 things]”

    if i was White, i’d make a “SAME 10 THINGS” for White people – so it is a carbon copy – just a White palatable version.

    • small problem there.
      when black hip hop was in its heyday, there was room for a superstar in each niche field.

      kane was in one lane,
      rakim was in another.
      schooly d was nothing like ll cool j.
      primo and guru had the jazz locked.
      likewise, krs had the boom bap in the palm of his microphone hand.
      and on and on…

      since white rap is in its golden breakout era there will be no limiting [10 things] mentality.
      white rap right now is a gas expanding into an unlimited area.
      it’s a free for all [no pun intended]

      it will be some infinite spectrum ish…

      • “since white rap is in its golden breakout era there will be no limiting [10 things] mentality”

        sure – maybe not right away.

        i don’t think that Whiterap is just a phase of Hip-Hop history…i think Whiterap is THE END of Hip-Hop.

        “white rap right now is a gas expanding into an unlimited area.”

        i’d say that Whiterap is more like a FIRE than a gas.

        it’s going to burn the rest of what’s left of Hip-Hop and leave only charred remains to be sifted through by those that have the time and interest to process crhyme scenes.

      • “it will be some infinite spectrum ish…”

        i HIGHLY DOUBT that Black people as a whole are equally as enthusiastic about Whiterap’s past, present, AND future.

    • “if i was White, i’d make a “SAME 10 THINGS” for White people – so it is a carbon copy – just a White palatable version.”

      so you’re saying that whiterap is a carbon copy of black hip-hop, except that it sounds different and is about wholly different topics.

      maybe we need to clarify what a carbon copy is.
      it’s a duplicate of the original.

      nobody is saying that whiterap sounds identical to black hip-hop.

      i’m sure you have a valid point, but using the carbon copy language is inaccurate.

      • “so you’re saying that whiterap is a carbon copy of black hip-hop, except that it sounds different and is about wholly different topics.”

        “Thrift Shop” is on Billboard.com listed under the R&B /HIP-HOP category.

        “Thrift Shop” is FAR from R&B or “HIP-HOP”.

        that song (for example) “sounds different” and is about “wholly different topics” YET IS STILL CONSIDERED “HIP-HOP”.

        “carbon-copy” in the context that i’m using it in means NOT THE ORIGINAL…NOT THE REAL-DEAL…but at the end of the day, White rap just lacks SOUL, SUBSTANCE, and STRUGGLE; and i’ll through SERIOUSNESS in there, too.

        so sure, maybe “carbon-copy” isn’t the best term to define Whiterap…it just sounds better than CAU-HOP, HIP-ROT, or RIP-HOP (R.I.P. HIP-HOP).

  3. “whiterap has more in common with rockandroll than it does with black hip hop”

    i’d agree with that – BECAUSE – rock and roll is WHITE MUSIC FOR WHITE PEOPLE – just like Whiterap.

  4. “it’s going to burn the rest of what’s left of Hip-Hop and leave only charred remains to be sifted through by those that have the time and interest to process crhyme scenes.”

    just like gay marriage is going to ruin straight marriage.
    ha ha ha ha…

    that’s some funny shit

    • “just like gay marriage is going to ruin straight marriage.”

      gay marriage is a whole separate topic that i’ll address in the near future.

      but sure, Whiterap doesn’t STRENGTHEN Hip-Hop…it weakens / cripples it, and takes the ESSENCE of the art from Black and Brown hands and places it in White hands; where it will inevitably be used as a tool of supremacy. – which i might add HAS and IS happening RIGHT NOW –

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