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      come on people, gimme a break!, so we just gon do away with ALL hardcore, gangsta rap forever and always? Uhuru!
      "The problem with modern conceptualizations is it leaves no room for other sources of knowledge...The Kemetic concept approaches the process of knowing from a more 'common sense' approach. Ultimately knowing is the result of a divine, universal, and intergenerational conversation among God the creator, the cosmos, nature and the creatures of the earth, especially human beings...the process of human creativity is an imitation or rather repitition of divine creativity."--Jacob Carruthers

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      Quote Originally Posted by kimani
      come on people, gimme a break!, so we just gon do away with ALL hardcore, gangsta rap forever and always? Uhuru!
      I'm not saying that. All I'm saying is that there should be more emphasis and attention given to MC's like Mos Def, Dead Prez, Common, Talib Kweli, Kanye West, Damian Marley, etc... Positive rappers who have SUBSTANCE and MEANING to their lyrics.
      We are not citizens of amerikkka. We are victims of amerikkka.

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      The media gives the rap scene in the south this image of knee grows willing to say and do anything in theyre music to be in the eye of the public wich is partly true, and partly Its the only direction the media allows them to go in that has us looking like the some of the most ignant Africans on the planet earth. The south has many concious rap artist (speaking for the ones here in Atlanta), but I doubt youle ever here them unless you come down hear and tune into an underground radio station such as 89.3 here in Atlanta on certain nights. Those are the ones who dont choose to go into the direction the media has set forth.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kimani
      come on people, gimme a break!, so we just gon do away with ALL hardcore, gangsta rap forever and always? Uhuru!
      Nah, I'm not saying all of it...just most of it. If Gangsta/Hardcore all sounded like DPz or the Coup...I'd be cool with it. But this other Jeezy/UGK ish...gotta go!

      All fun and games huh? Check out ATLanta's top 20...

      Look up the lyrics to the songs you don't know. Sorry, but I can't get with you on this one.


      #1 Dem Franchize Boyz
      Lean Wit It

      #2 Young Jock
      Going Down

      #3 Jamie Foxx ft Ludicris
      Unpredictable

      #4 T-Pain
      I'm in Luv

      #5 Lil Jon
      Snap Ya Finger

      #6 Mary J. Blige
      Be Without You

      #7 T.I.
      What you know

      #8 Beyonce ft Slim Thug
      Check On It

      #9 Gucci Mane
      Go Ahead

      #10 Young Dro ft T.I.
      Sholder Lean

      #11 Juvenile
      Rodeo

      #12 Chris Brown
      Yo (Excuse Me Miss)

      #13 Nelly ft Paul Wall
      Grillz

      #14 K-Rab/BHI
      Do The Poole Palace

      #15 NEYO
      So Sick

      #16 Purple Ribbon All-Stars
      Body Rock

      #17 I'm Da Man
      D4L

      #18 K-Rab/BHI
      Bubble Gum

      #19 Three 6 Mafia
      Poppin My Collar

      #20 Da Backwudz
      I Don't like the look
      Nuk Khapera Heru'ur
      The Greatest Revenge Is MASSIVE Success!

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      Quote Originally Posted by AfroNinpo
      #1 Dem Franchize Boyz
      Lean Wit It

      #2 Young Jock
      Going Down

      #3 Jamie Foxx ft Ludicris
      Unpredictable

      #4 T-Pain
      I'm in Luv

      #5 Lil Jon
      Snap Ya Finger

      #6 Mary J. Blige
      Be Without You

      #7 T.I.
      What you know

      #8 Beyonce ft Slim Thug
      Check On It

      #9 Gucci Mane
      Go Ahead

      #10 Young Dro ft T.I.
      Sholder Lean

      #11 Juvenile
      Rodeo

      #12 Chris Brown
      Yo (Excuse Me Miss)

      #13 Nelly ft Paul Wall
      Grillz

      #14 K-Rab/BHI
      Do The Poole Palace

      #15 NEYO
      So Sick

      #16 Purple Ribbon All-Stars
      Body Rock

      #17 I'm Da Man
      D4L

      #18 K-Rab/BHI
      Bubble Gum

      #19 Three 6 Mafia
      Poppin My Collar

      #20 Da Backwudz
      now this is just too sad for words!
      "The problem with modern conceptualizations is it leaves no room for other sources of knowledge...The Kemetic concept approaches the process of knowing from a more 'common sense' approach. Ultimately knowing is the result of a divine, universal, and intergenerational conversation among God the creator, the cosmos, nature and the creatures of the earth, especially human beings...the process of human creativity is an imitation or rather repitition of divine creativity."--Jacob Carruthers

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      Teach your kids how to shake their laffy taffy

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=Mikm_SgsV...=Laffy%20taffy

      If you didnt think that was bad look at these kids
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=sOUts2Ht_...=Laffy%20taffy

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      PopRap is whats on the radio. HipHop is is whats going on around us daily. HipHop Kulture is just a way of communicating and getting to build knowledge. Unfortunally HipHop is getting washed away. Thats why we must use our mental capacities to focus on whats real and whats fake.





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      Salute Souljahz, Kings & Queens,

      Hip-Hop Huh?
      Have To Write What Comes Down Right? And Ride..

      2006 HipHop Is Being Defined By Negative Additude, " Bling-Bling " And Centerfolds,
      No More Power To The People, Each 1 Teach 1 And Free Your Soul!
      So Called " Artists " Jumping Into The Mainstream For Fame Or Money,
      Depicting A Violent Life, Drugs And Who Got The Biggest " Gun " To Impress Some Honey's..
      HipHop Used To Use Those Things, Not Cus Its Cool Or Funny, It WAS The Way The Story Tells Because They Saw That Reflecting The Cold Reality Sells, With Time, HipHop Grew,
      With Time, Money Hungry Record Companies And Producers Chewed,
      On Rap Till They Made Their Own Money Making " Combat Tracks ",
      Forcing Difference Between East And West, Bloods & Crips, Blacks & Blacks..

      So Now Whats Next ? Ya'll Know I Praise The Way Of Dead Prez, Paris And
      All Who Stick Out Their Revolutionary Necks..
      To Go Against The Mainstream, To Feed Knowledge Instead Of Taking The Easy Way On Wax..

      Time To Reach The Youth With Some REAL Ishh...
      Every1 Can Contribute, Just Teach The Right Thing To The Kidzz..
      Let Them Know Bout The Thin Line Between Real Hip-Hop & So Called
      Guerilla-Units, Non-Elevatin' So To Me Its Just Gorilla-Unit....

      ~Uhuru!




      .. Souljah Salute ..

      .. 1 Are We All ..

      :!: Uhuru :!:


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