Revolutionary Rap

Revolutionary rap

  • Revolutionary rap never betrays the community by poisoning it with deliberately drug-induced lyrics.
  • The revolutionary rapper loves equality, justice, freedom; the commercial rapper loves money, fetishes, drugs, mental enslavement.
  • Revolutionary rappers fight for the dignity of all citizens; commercial rappers use verse after verse to describe their asset portfolio.
  • Rap must revolutionize the way women see their role in society and politics.
  • Corporate music executives promote rappers who betray their people in the name of gold, cars, and fame.
  • Commercial rap works in tandem with private prisons to recruit new customers (prisoners).
  • Commercial rap is only popular because of heavy corporate promotion; people want revolutionary, radical, lyrics.
  • Revolutionary rap inspires others to take the streets with rebellious chants; commercial rap inspires others to fall in debt chasing brands.
  • The revolutionary rapper is the voice of every single person stuck in ghettos, never heard, never seen, silently exploited.
  • Commercial rappers are slaves who betray the community to get closer to their much beloved corporate masters.
  • Revolutionary rap works to rid the community of bad habits, ignorance and addictions.
  • Revolutionary rap treats women as mothers, sisters, comrades, partners; not as commodities to be attained with wealth.
  • The revolutionary rapper uses their linguistic abilities to liberate the minds of the populace from the clever traps of the ruling elite.
  • The revolutionary rapper never waters down lyrics to make them more likely to be on the radio stations.
  • The revolutionary rapper does not feed the prison-industrial complex by promoting the poisonous get-rich-or-die-trying mentality.
  • The revolutionary rapper stimulates spiritual revolt against the religious institutions that protect the ruling elite from the people’s wrath.
  • Corporate music executives exert undeniably negative influence over the community.
  • The revolutionary rapper is selfless, determined, hardworking; ever ready to make more sacrifices for the community. He communicates to his brothers in jail that they are not forgotten.
  • The revolutionary lyrical flow cannot be halted nor undermined; it spreads like wildfire in the hearts of the masses.
  • Revolutionary rap is a lyrical force that opens the eyes of the community to the necessity of organizing itself meritocratically.
  • The revolutionary rapper knows that children value and love the community, they must thus become defenders of the community.
  • The revolutionary rapper uses their lyrics to open up revolutionary communications channels; the revolution will be televised.
  • The revolutionary lyrical flow will crush any commercial rap lyrics and their stagnant commercialism.
  • The revolutionary lyrical flow creates insight and rebellion; the commercial lyrical flow creates a numb, dumb, consumptive, populace.
  • Revolutionary rappers strengthen the community; commercial rappers keep blabbering about escaping the ghetto and living in mansions.
  • The revolutionary rapper teaches children the importance of asking political questions.
  • The revolutionary rapper teaches young rebels the path towards systematic, professional, revolution.
  • Commercial rap serves the interests of the prison-industrial complex by feeding drugs-induced lyrics to the minds of children.
  • The revolutionary rapper pays especial attention to the mobilization of children’s minds.
  • Revolutionary rap lyrics attack the military-industrial complex and its incessant recruitment efforts in poor neighborhoods.
  • Revolutionary rap attacks anyone and anything with an agenda to divide and conquer the community.
  • Revolutionary rap does not glorify the sexual commodification of women.
  • Revolutionary rap mobilizes its audience by providing them with politically motivational ideas.
  • The revolutionary rapper systematically exposes racism without ever taking a racist tone.
  • An aware rapper stays away from the Democrat/Republican pit and pitches the only true solution which is M for the Movement.
  • Rap music executives are traitors to the community, who fill the minds of children with consumerist rubbish meant to dumb them down.
  • Corporate music executives are agents of the last bling king, infiltrating the community with fake ass rappers.

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