posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 03:06 AM
Yeah, it's sad, especially since actual real hip hop gets no exposure, only the illuminati-ized version from eMpTyV telling us how to enslave
ourselves more efficiently.
I'd love to catch up with some of these fake industry toys and teach these little kids some lessons on how to handle their mic, and i'm not talking
about how you hold the device, i'm talking freestyle sun tzu kung fu off the head show and prove without the booth or the editor, i'll kill your dj
first so you gotta spit an acapella.
Sadly though there's "rap stars" out there who couldn't freestlyle their way out of a wet zig-zag if their producer's life was at stake. Nobody
keeps it real no more, we keep it real when we rap, we stand around under streetlights in parks with a boombox and a circle of poets kickin hot out
the oven fresh and tasty. We don't put up with hollow words, we'd kick philosiphy, science, math, politics, current events, compare angles, and
discuss issues in a way that makes us all think. Now That's REAL hip hop, anyone can step in, and anyone can come and listen.
We'd draw a diverse crowd of poets and fans when we rock, and a few times we've ended up starting with 3 of us in a circle with a crappy boombox and
by the end of the night the cops had the road closed off, the bar had us on the balcony, live drums, bass, guitars, a DJ, and damned near the entire
population of downtown flooding the streets to capacity and rappers lined up waiting for their turn on the mic. That's the real, turn off the tv
and go listen to the kid on the corner bust his rap cause he wants to express himself.
Sorry for the rant but fake rappers suck, they bring down those of us who engage in the skilled application of intelligent poetry with meaning and