Where is the hip hop game heading the answer lies here. They saying hip hop is dead this is why.
Hip hop is not about chains or bling or pot. It’s a lifestyle. It evolved
out of a lack of control over awareness of issues within communities in the
Bronx in NYC. While we find it easy to blame big business’s influence on
hip hop, we must not forget that big business affects all aspects of our
life, and that every society buys into the images we see on tv, movies,
music, etc. “Not looking into the future” is a direct result of a LACK of
funding in the American education system. Peace& Love
GOOD video, sad to see what was once hip hop down the drain due to corps
and the gov and illuminati.
i love Brooke!!! 🙂
Nas is right hip hop is dead! If you cant see that mainstream rap isnt dead
your fucking blind! Its too commercialized!
Yep and When I had my Cazals and Shells, I was doing it to fight
Oppression. Let these kids buy what they want. We did it as kids. Jordans
been out since 86.
Hip Hop belonged to the disenfranchised, marginalised, and nerds.
im so passionate about this stuff. dangerously so, to the point where
someone might have to restrain me if i ever see 50 cent on the street.
i feel sorry for these kids comin’ up now thinkin’ this new rap music is
@kennboy1 what is illuminati ???
50 cent isnt hip hop. He doesn’t give a shit about hip-hop culture, just
riding on the movement to make money.
hip hop is deeper than any thing that happend on america soil its in a
black mans soul understand this in our blood we are blessed to speak with
soul and rhythm it cant die but it can be used for evil
The only things you can purchase to make yourself more down are music,
books, art supplies or music equipment. Nobody sold fat laces, kids made
em.. so they could differentiate themselves from the images that were being
marketed to them. Run out and try to buy yourself the image of Lil Wayne or
Jay Z or any of those cats, you are moving towards the mainstream and away
from the originality that sparked this culture. Broke9207
Right now is the ‘golden age of underground hip hop’?!! How so?
Very interesting. It was interesting to know that the people on the clip
felt the way they did with old school hip hop versus modern/todays hip hop.
I agree with them
‘there’s more to this than shiny chains and bracelets’ – Planetary feat
Jedi Mind Tricks I Against I
I see. Thanks.
too late hip hop is already gone
“modern day hip hop to me is like
great video, im using this for my paper on youth culture and hip hop
@amina70angel youtube it.
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