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chainmusic_movie Twitter exploded this weekend over a comment Kendrick Lamar made in his recent interview with Billboard Magazine, regarding the public's reaction to the murder of Mike Brown.
Azealia Banks and Kid Cudi shared their disapproval of K-dot's thoughts via Twitter. While Lupé Fiasco chimed in to defend Lamar's statement. Through the tweets and all the shade being thrown around followers of the 4 artist were able to see the divide that arises when artist speak out on politics.
The public cried out for rappers to take a proactive role in the politics surrounding the black community. So rappers began to share their personal opinion based on what they have personally witnessed. They did not speak about what they saw on tv or what they read about in books in publications, only what they themselves had witnessed throughout their lives leading up to Mike Brown's death. However when those thoughts and opinions didn't line up with the listeners each artist was met with backlash from the different sides of the political debate.
So we must ask again given the history of rap and how it has always spoken up for the underdog in society should rappers these days get involved in the political discussion? Should they share their thoughts on how society could be improved at the detriment of their career? Or do we really just want rappers to sing about sex, money, and weed over a dope beat and leave the politics to "intellectuals" of the world? #chainmusicmovie #chainmusic #consciousrap #racerelations #iggyazelea #azaliabanks #kidcudi #lupefiasco #kingofrap #ILoveHipHop #billboard
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  •   beezybux We shouldnt marginalize them as "Rappers" and we should want them to speak intelligently on any topic as we do any person 3w
  •   beezybux If youre not well versed in a topic then you should not discuss it until you familiarize yourself with the topic 3w
  •   chainmusic_movie @beezybux are you speaking to us or in general? Pay attention to to the question we're asking if musicians with the level of fame kendrick, banks, or cudi have, who's opinion will be heard across the world should express a personal opinion regardless of how it will affect their professional lives. Does today's audience really want to hear their opinions? Or is their hip hop status not taken into account when they share their thoughts? 3w
  •   beezybux I understood the question. And my answer is people should want to hear the opinions off all people if they are well informed opinions 3w
  •   jennifer.musik I love sharing music ! 3w
  •   jendayi_design Why would we want them to just sing about sex, money, and drugs? That's not what hip hop was created on. It was created for us to speak up against political and social problems. Anyone giving k slack for his statement is blinded. Everyone consistently seees, if nowhere else in hip hop, that we are made and encouraged to perpetuate a lack of respect for ourselves and it happens daily. We are building our own karma and how karma works is it doesn't always circle directly back to someone who was wrong or the direct time they were wrong. We consistently see a lack of respect in our community, especially from a vulgar artist like Azalea Banks, and Mike unfortunately was one who had to pay for that. We have to come together respectfully, even if opposing mindsets to hear each other out. There was nothing stupid about Kendricks statement. He actually utilizes hip hop as the tool it was meant to be. King Kendrick ♢ 2w

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chainmusic_movie "Nobody raised me; I was raised in this society. But I'm not going to use that as an excuse no more. I'm going pull myself up by the bootstraps and I'm going to make a change. And my change is going to make a change through the community. And through that they're going to see what type of person I truly was, where my heart was. This Thug Life stuff, it was just ignorance. My intentions was always in the right place. I never killed anybody, I never murdered anybody, I never committed no crimes that weren't honorable that weren't to defend myself. So that's what I'm going to show them. I'm going to show people my true intentions, and my true heart. I'm going to show them the man my mother raised. I'm going to make them all proud" - Tupac . #tbt #tupac #2pac #chainmusicmovie #breakingthecycle #oldschoolrap #90srap #raplegend #kingofrap 2w

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eminem.hq I wish that instagram would allow at least 1 minute of a video.
Like what the fuck is 15 seconds gonna do?
The fuck?
Get your shit together Instagram.
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#Eminem #SlimShady #Marshall #Mathers #MarshallMathers #MarshallBruceMathers #BRabbit #8Mile #EminemQuote #EminemQuotes #Slim #Shady #SlimShadyQuote #SlimShadyQuotes #Rap #Rapper #KingOfRap #RapGod #Music #Quotes #Quote #Lyric #Lyrics #LyricsQuote #LyricQuote #LyricQuotes #SongLyrics #SongQuotes
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  •   shadys.life Im a Eminem fan page sorry if your already following me👬 4h

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hope.faithfuls Ughh wth i wrote a whole long paragraph but insta didnt post it or some shit idk? I'm too tired to do it again😕 Love you all -O.N #live #love #life #happiness #friends #newfriends #meetpeople #unite #unity #harmony #2pac #tupac #lyrics #lyric #loveeafhother #music #songs #society #song #rap #kingofrap #humanity #hiphop #problems #peace #despair 5h

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Normal more tattoos less feelings

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Normal King of Rap (Persian HipHop)
king__of__rap .
گفتن دل گفتم دلاور
گفتن دلبر گفتم مادر

علی سورنا - شروع

البته عکس دردناک تر از متن هستش!
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#sorena |#سورنا
#Kingofrap
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