Sunday, March 2, 2014

The White Supremacist Infiltration of Rap Music | Black Agenda Report

The White Supremacist Infiltration of Rap Music | Black Agenda Report



"While the Klan media suppresses songs like: 'Malcolm, Garvey, Huey' by Dead Prez, they promote songs like 'Birthday Song' by 2 Chainz featuring Kanye West.


One song ('Malcolm, Garvey, Huey') has lyrics like this: 'I live, I die, I organize, everything I do - revolutionize, I build what's good for the whole damn hood, Study G's like these, really think you should, I study Malcolm Garvey Huey, Malcolm Garvey Huey.'


The other song ('Birthday Song') has lyrics like this: 'When I die, bury me inside the jewelry store When I die, bury me inside the Truey store True to my religion, two of everything I'm too different So when I die, bury me next to 2 bitches.'"

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