"We must continue to move forward and do everything we can to outlaw legal lynching in America. We must continue to stand together in unity and to demand a moratorium on all executions. You must stay strong. You must continue to hold your heads up, and to be there. We will prevail. Keep marching Black people. They are killing me tonight. They are murdering me tonight." -- Excerpts of Last Words of Bro. Shaka Sankofa, an innocent man executed by the state of Texas, 6/22/00. www.myspace.com/nattyreb7
wow this is fire......lil wayne came wit some heat for "georgia" Bush lol
this track gotta say it again is fire
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I would assume that you'd dl it using a file-sharing program or go to itunes and see if they have it on there.Originally Posted by Nesayem
Anyways, this song was pretty decent. He's not saying anything that hasn't already been said, but seeing as how Hurricane Season is starting again, the situation needs to be addressed.
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Some people take themselves WAY TOO SERIOUSLY, when in actuality, no one else is really taking them as seriously as they think.
Originally Posted by Raha
True he isnt saying much of anything that hasnt been said before...but then again who is?
The best part about it is he's 'repeating' what has already been said to a crowd who hasnt seen it on t.v. or read it in the news. That, besides being from the N.O. (as he likes to put it) he's supposed to represent his home court. Let 'em know that that aint all. Honestly, I listen to 'Weezy Baby' all the time. That song is one of a whole album (or bootleg to be exact) of about 25 songs called 'Dedication 2' which was to be for the Katrina victims. Most of the songs dont represent the victims exactly but he makes mention of the disaster in nearly every song (really every song he has made since then he makes mention of it...He damn near on pace to beat Pac in terms of the number of songs he produces per year). The many of the songs he talks about how Katrina hurt him 'personally' (quotations cuz he talks also about the material losses also). He does make the attempt to 'breath life' into the victims by constantly repeating that it aint over.
As far as lyrical compostition goes I think he stands firm to his statement that he's 'the best rapper alive', but for those who dont like to hear rappin about drugs and all that stuff he probably aint for you. But how can he change how he was raised?
I said all this to say: I think the song was waaay more than decent. But Im a fan, so Im biased.
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