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      Quote Originally Posted by Rahameem Israel View Post
      THE ONLY THING I CAN SAY BRUTHA IS, IT IS (NIGGA) AN ENTITY THAT PEOPLE ARE MADE, OR HAVE BECOME. ITS A REAL THING, IF YOURE NOT ONE AND I KNOW YOURE NOT DONT WORRY ABOUT IT. YOU WILL NEVER GET RID OF IT BECAUSE IT IS A STATE OF BEING THAT PEOPLE ARE IN.... "NIGGAS". AS LONG AS WE ARE IN AMERIKKKA, AND AMERIKKKA EXIST, THERE WILL BE NIGGAS, BECAUSE THATS WHAT IT BREEDS.
      Don't get me wrong i know the word is not going to anywhere ,but i still don't have to act as if i am deaf,dumb and blind to the fact the it was a term used for the sole purpose of belittling our ancestors.
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      "Nigga" is a brown person chosen term during the first communications in Africa between the white and the "black".

      "Nègre"="nigger"- in french
      "Negro"="black"- in spanish
      "Negra"="nigger woman"
      are terms that in the universal language means "neutral" ; "neutrality of soul" ; "sleepery of soul on Earth". Slavery is the partly acceptation of the Brown People letting the white attain the upper end of "Negro"=nigger man, His "sleepery of soul", but, otherwise, thankfully, gracefully, downwardly, inevitably, time-lengthly, the substance a soul has got is fight-logically slippery. I insist on that because the prime communication tried to warn "whites" that Negra(in the instance the name of an African goddess that protects/ed the Brown Women was unreachable), the mislistener made up for Negro(in the instance the protecter of Negra) and the "sleepery" soul within got on its guard. Though, withwise, ungratefully, upwardly, avoidibly, time-shortly, a soul called for fight-in-its-worth has got to sate its win. Negro agreed for Himself [for Protection of his queen] and...fought.

      Understanding the incomprehension of "white" trying to prove he considered his listener by saying "nègre"-which was pumped upon "negro" by the frenchmen- or saying "negro" ; Negro managed to keep calm and take in conscience the "sleepery of His Soul" on Earth which soul is Universe-from and amalgamly to the spite of the conversation represents his human life carrier = Negro, the nigger-man, with all His "neutrality of soul" seized they wanted to know of his soul, which to a Brown person is nothing strange or killing to explain to others, and sated the respect he deserved. Amazed, the white tried to turn it all over, or around, not to let perceive his weakness...being, getting into a injustness of communication, like having let understand to want to access Negra, the thoughts flew down, and, thru it all, all thruout, Negro truthfully admitted by visible feel that in universal language, his physical denomination meant the "neutrality of [his] soul"...To be continued ???

      The upper end of soul was reached with no significations that deals with the Universe, as said, soul is slippery...as all can white understand, sleepery as all can brown understand...This is loaded with SIGNIFICANCE...Take it for yourselves, y'all take it for yourselves...

      And they called all African man a Negro, thats when honor's stuck 'gainst irreceptivity.

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      I just picked up his new album

      NAS is very on point with this album, all the hype wasn't about stopping the name of the album but stopping the album PERIOD.

      Every song is good and each one has a deeper meaning *Listening to "Testify" right now*
      "We may be investigated, incarcerated or murdered for the things we dare to write...
      But we are young and Black, fearless and free...
      Every poem, every incandescent word is a personal revolution"
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      Every time I stop somewhere to pick it up it is sold out. I've heard plenty good things about it.
      "Oh Africa! When shall be the term of thy long degradation? Behold here, even now, I pledge thee, O my Mother, that I shall devote my years to thee, shall work for thy redemption, shall love thee and be proud of thee and glory in thy power now lying dormant and shall strive to bring it to the light. Take my youth, my labors, my love, my all and do thou when I shall have died for thee, take me to thy bosom, an untamed, untamable African." -Hubert Harrison

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      Quote Originally Posted by Fenix View Post
      Every time I stop somewhere to pick it up it is sold out. I've heard plenty good things about it.
      Amazon is always the best option....thats where i got my copy
      "We may be investigated, incarcerated or murdered for the things we dare to write...
      But we are young and Black, fearless and free...
      Every poem, every incandescent word is a personal revolution"
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      Quote Originally Posted by Jalili View Post
      Amazon is always the best option....thats where i got my copy
      We seein' I 2 I on the Amazon, bro. Lol

      But yeah, been digging the new Nas album. I guess I'm one of the few that actually like the track "N.I.G.G.E.R. (Slave & The Master)"; I like the beat from DJ Toomp and Nas spits some good stuff over it.
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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.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Raha View Post
      We seein' I 2 I on the Amazon, bro. Lol

      But yeah, been digging the new Nas album. I guess I'm one of the few that actually like the track "N.I.G.G.E.R. (Slave & The Master)"; I like the beat from DJ Toomp and Nas spits some good stuff over it.
      Nope I love that song too...

      I am love most of that album...it's time we stop being defined and do the defining

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      Quote Originally Posted by La Bella Afrique View Post
      Nope I love that song too...

      I am love most of that album...it's time we stop being defined and do the defining

      WHAT YOU LOOKING FOR? YOU THE QUESTION AND THE ANSWER



      Aaaah my Nas did it again! so proud, so proud!


      Both the album and the mixtape get 'nuff spins from mi.

      Glad ya diggin' it like me!

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      Quick questions that do not really require answers. How many of us are there who do not read a books that have unappealing covers? How many of us are there who do not read books period? How many of us are there who will not allow ourselves to check out lyrics because of unappealing beats? (Furthermore, how many of us even LIKE hiphop in this post?) If so though, maybe that's why Nas chose to rhyme extra slow on this track and give it such a less "entertaining" beat... so niggaz would pay more attention to the words than the beat. :-D


      Quote Originally Posted by Jalili View Post
      I just picked up his new album

      NAS is very on point with this album, all the hype wasn't about stopping the name of the album but stopping the album PERIOD.

      Every song is good and each one has a deeper meaning *Listening to "Testify" right now*
      TRU TRU TRUUUUU!!!

      Just as we should do our own research when it comes to history, we should do our own
      RE-SEARCH when it comes to our music. NUFF PROPZ to Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones aka Nasty Nas/Nas!!

      ---------- Post added at 12:53 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:19 PM ----------

      Quote Originally Posted by Shombay View Post
      How Can U Say This Song Is Anything But Trash!!!!!!when His Very First Line Is "trust No Black Leaders" Only The White Man Or The White Mans "niggers" Would Tell You That!!!!!!

      I"m Out.black Love

      (If any words in the below pasted lyrics are off, please excuse...if I can find a more official site for his lyrics, I will edit.)


      N.I.G.G.E.R. (The Slave And The Master) lyrics - Nas

      They say we N-I-double-G-E-R
      We are -- much more
      Still we choose to ignore -- the obvious
      Man, this history don't acknowledge us
      We were scholars long before colleges
      They say we N-I-double-G-E-R
      We are -- much more
      But still we choose to ignore -- the obvious
      We are the slave and the master
      What you looking for, you the question and the answer

      We trust no black leaders
      Use the stove to heat us
      Powdered eggs and government cheeses
      The calendars with Martin, JFK, and Jesus
      Gotta be fresh to go to school with fly sneakers
      Schools with out-dated books, we are the forgotten
      Summers cooling off by the fire hydrant
      Yeah, I'm from the ghetto
      With old black woman talkin' bout their sugar level
      It's not unusual - to see photos of dead homies' funerals
      Aluminum foil on TV antennas
      Little TV's sit on top the big TV, eating TV dinners
      Girls dye their hair with Kool-Aid
      They gave us lemons, we made lemonade
      But this nigga's paid
      Ancestry of slaves
      Descendant of kings
      It's necessary I - bling
      Put rims on everything
      Wear Timbs on every scene

      Do I mean it like the slave master: "NIGGER"?
      No, I'm Gangsta, Gotta Eat Rappers
      My abbreviation was young when I caught the cases
      That should mean the court can see my changes
      Take off the bracelets; savage when broke
      Smoke sour diesel, need no Bo-Flex
      My chest still cut up like a bag of dope
      Thought patterns consist of boss matters
      Spit Moses' lost commandments
      Like a gross sandwich out my mouth
      Toast to government cameras peepin' us
      Every week I must have my cars, homes, and phones sweeped for bugs
      But this is what I was dreaming of
      Between cutting hard coke with new razors slicing my fingers up
      They used to string us up; we wanted everything
      But the one bringing us cake be the snakes
      Like the, like the New Jack City wedding scene
      No time for mistakes, tryna get it like Medellín

      People afraid of criticism
      But I always put myself in the sacrificial position
      They've been know I ain't just rappin' for fame
      I got my old homie half-sister father asking for change
      Yup, I give the cash up
      This paper don't matter
      They seen me from skinny to fatter
      When I rap about war
      They got a tendency to scatter
      They ain't my back-up no more
      So now my enemies are at my front door
      'Cause any time we mention our condition
      Our history or existence
      They callin' it reverse racism
      Still to this day the streets torn
      My brother Jung'll always have a seat for him
      Not behind me, beside me
      You'll always know where to find me
      They say the close ones'll hurt you
      So let's keep a small circle
      On the road to riches and diamond rings
      In the land of the blind, the man with one eye is the king

      ---------- Post added at 01:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:53 PM ----------

      Quote Originally Posted by Moorbey View Post
      I still can't get past the use of the word nig@#$. The term just does not sit right with me no matter who uses and it still makes no since that we use it cause it can never be a word that does not belittle or have our ancestors rollin over in their graves.
      Eban Thomas on the track "Project Roach" with Nas...

      "It is absolutely silly, and unproductive
      to have a funeral for the word "nigger"
      When the actions continue..
      We need to have a movement to resurrect brothers, and sisters
      Not a funeral for niggers
      'cause niggers - DON'T DIE "
      "The greatest mistake of the movement has been to organize a sleeping people around specific goals. You have to wake the people up first, then youíll get action." Brother Malcolm

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      Classic album by Nas I must say. I am listening to it as I type this.





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      Forreal.

      By the way, G.O.D.F.A.T.H.A.
      I'm really diggin your sig... I just don't understand why you O.C. was not included. He's one of the best emceez, yanno... :-) (Nas left many of us wanting another Illmatic just like O.C. left many of us wanting another Word...Life.)
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