Hip-Hop ain’t even fun no more…

if these guys are the new STANDARD, then …

and if their ‘songs’ are ‘SOCIALLY FORWARD’ and ‘GROUNDBREAKING’, then …

and if these guys are URBAN music, then …

(i wonder just how many dead Black SLAVES, RAPPERS, and FREEDOM FIGHTERS are ROLLING OVER IN THEIR GRAVES right now)

i feel their pain and disdain…but we gotta stay strong…and NEVER believe the HYPE.

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6 thoughts on “Hip-Hop ain’t even fun no more…

    • those are actually YOUR WORDS…not mine:

      “to think that all white rappers share one common message and inspiration is flat out ignorant and worthy of jeers.”

      • that’s my point. white rappers are considered as a homogenous whole in all the posts here.
        it is inaccurate to say the least.

      • “white rappers are considered as a homogenous whole in all the posts here.
        it is inaccurate to say the least.”

        i WILL say this.

        White rappers are wack in GENERAL.

        kinda like being guilty until proven innocent.

        White rappers can’t talk about SOCIAL JUSTICE because it’s their race that is basically doing all the oppressing.

        White rappers can’t talk about ORIGINALITY (STYLE, SWAG, SUBSTANCE) because they aren’t bringing anything NEW TO HIP-HOP that BLACK PEOPLE absorb and exalt.

        White rappers can’t talk about anything in Hip-Hop, really…because all White fans do is HANDICAP it.

        LEGIONS of White fans handicap White rap and White rappers by having LOW STANDARDS…in favor of Whiteness; which is their MAIN standard.

        in other words…MILLIONS of White rap fans out there keep White rap WACK because they are too busy accepting ANYTHING and not RAISING THE BAR for White emcees and artists.

        they don’t say it’s better because it’s HONESTLY better…they just say it’s better because it’s WHITER.

        so i think that White people that are fans of White rappers need to start demanding MORE from their artists…because the SHIT that they are cosigning is the WORST form of Hip-Hop / RAP…and reminds Black people as to why they never took White rappers seriously IN THE FIRST PLACE.

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