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I'll tell you a little secret
It's secret government that worship a owl
They practice witchcraft to harness their power
Pedophile rape lil kids for energy
The Satanic rituals; W.T.C. (R.I.P.)
They let the Pentagon on fire
That's lightening a pentagram on fire
All these bodies for what?
So you could scare everybody into one world huh?
time for revolutionary acts
Yo, Hav you shift the tracks, i'll find the facts
now we got illuminati all on our backs
check and see if we do crimes or pay tax
the war is on, no time to lax
build an arsenal, got word back fom apostle
unoriginal man got plans colossal
undelay, nigga get ya # straight
# a pearly white gate, all that bull# is fake
the only gates i'll see if they send nigga upstate
never that, I'm here to show the world where my head's at
forever fed, til the Aryans on they death bed
a rebel, I wear the universal flag symbol
the positive and negative war will soon kindle
buckin' at the government like Terminator 2
Illuminati want my mind soul and body,
secret society, trying to keep they eye on me
'Til I had a total recall, forgot what I've already knew
It took me 33 years for me to see the truth
Ever so clear I was too young
I couldn't articulate myself the right way son
But now let me break it down, pass it all around
This is not a theory, the conspiracy is real
They wanna put me in a straightjacket in a padded room
And tell the world there's 12 monkeys so they can be confused
Originally posted by RenDMC
Also rap having an underground audience can also help. As you wouldn't hear Girls Aloud singing about how freemasonry is ******* the world up.
Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Modern musicians from Beethoven during the hight of Rennaisance to Arlo and Woody Guthrie to the Rock n Roll and Heavy Metal Bands of the 60's and 70's have all looked at the injustices in the world, asked themselves why and sang about them or wrote songs to them.
Music is an other form of communication, even in songs with no vocals and lyrics, chords, notes, rhythems, keys, scales and progressions all convey powerful messages of mood and inner reflective thought that vibrate and ressonate within people and cause them to think.
There are few if any businesses harder to claw your way up and off the street with than music. Musicians because of their universal art and how it can effect those from the poorest of the poor, to the richest of the rich and everyone in between often find all those very different people engaging musicians in spoken verbal conversations after the musician's music has first spoken to their soul.
Music in many ways is all about soul, and some might say soul is all about conscience. Sometimes the soul of music speaks to our "better angels" sometimes it speaks to our "demons".
I am an old Rock N Roller from way back, I live in Miami the hip hop capitol and there have been quite a few young and eager smart young men I have known who produce, promote and perform hip hop music that I have discussed the politics of the New World Order with. They are typically eager to listen and learn, and like most people when they feel they have learned something important they are typically then eager to share and teach and help others learn.
I must say though I like discussing politics and the New World Order in the quiet comfort of my own home...something about killing the messenger that bears bad news!
Good luck guys!
Very True. Except that Miami is far from the hiphop capitol. I would associate more Rap than hiphop with Miami but same point.
As long as people want to buy your music over and over again, corporate heads will let you speak how you want and say what you want in your music.
And with underground music and unsigned artists, they have nobody to answer to so they can say whatever the hell they want, which I love.
They try to suppress this a little by going to a pop driven single format that speaks of familiar topics that way they can control what an artist is saying kind of, or at least they can control the song that most people will hear.
Not raggin on Miami either but I still think New York is more of a hiphop capitol than Miami......