Hiphop vs. Rap & God vs. Civilization

I grew up during the apocalyptik rise of the Hiphop/rap culture into mainstream acceptance (or home invasion) during the late 1980s. In my teens, I devoured everything from the gangsta rants of N.W.A, Ice-T, Ghetto Boys to the over-glorified sexual adventures of Too Short, 2 Live Crew to the Pro-Black, Afrocentrism of Public Enemy, Paris, X-Clan and the 5% wizdom of Brand Nubian and Poor Righteous Teachers. … Continue readingHiphop vs. Rap & God vs. Civilization

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