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Did I find a subliminal message in rap song?

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posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 10:13 PM
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Ok, I know alot of you out there dont like rap but just bare with me here. I was riding around the other night with my friend and we were listening to the cd Project Pat (I know kinda old) anyways in the song called (brake da law) the verse is break da law we aint playin we aint play we aint playin and when I was just cruisin and not paying attention the idea of planting weed just popped up in my head? And then that song started to sound like break da law weed plant weed plant weed plant b/c the way it was said. So I started to wonder.... maybe that happens in alot of songs and we dont notice this but anyways please download it and just listen for yourself.
Project Pat- Break da law




posted on Jan, 7 2005 @ 04:54 AM
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i never heard it, but i do reckon that a lot of rap music does keep poorer people down. For example, street kids seeing this rap artits with their gold and diamonds, and they think thats whats = a success, so they out and snatch someone's gold/diamonds because at 13-14, they cant afford it. This leads to crime of course, and is hard to stop once you see how easy it is.

Also, a lot of people on ATS have said before that the nwo love rap because it dumbs people down and keeps them angry and destroys their minds long term. I dont think this is the case, because there is some really knowledgable independent political and socially concious rap music out.



posted on Jan, 7 2005 @ 02:10 PM
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were you perhaps stoned on weed or beer when you were listening


There is definetly subliminal mechanisms going on with the britney spears. She is a freak...

I remeber the early 90's when public enemy was hitting number one on the charts, shortly after that "gangsta" rap became the rage, so called "hard core" which glamorized drugs and violence while public enemy, who had a positive message, were virtually forgotten overnight, in favor of the WUTANG CLAN and others...

Say 'WUTANG CLAN' ten times very fast....



posted on Jan, 7 2005 @ 02:17 PM
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I think you subliminally want to break the law and since you're probably a weed smoker, your subconcious mind suggested that you break the law by planting weed.

Personally I don't think rap music has subliminal messages. they basically tell you how it is and what they want to say. There's enough songs out there touting weed to make me feel that rappers don't need to resort to the subliminal to get that message across.



posted on Jan, 7 2005 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by abdul

Say 'WUTANG CLAN' ten times very fast....



hehe.. well did this, and found myself saying "what a clown.."



Y'know.. I prolly am!


[edit on 7/1/05 by Klepto]

[edit on 7/1/05 by Klepto]



posted on Jan, 7 2005 @ 03:36 PM
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If you guys enioy wondering about what is said in songs, then you may find this site interesting if you have not already visited it


www.reversespeech.com...

Some of the speech, is just reversed, but the theory is as follows ( I do not agree or disagree..but it makes you wonder)

"If human speech is recorded and played backwards, mixed amongst the gibberish at regular intervals can be heard very clear statements. These statements usually appear in short sentence form and are nearly always related to the forward speech. It appears constantly throughout language, so much so in fact, that it is believed to be a natural part of our speech processes"



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