They try and use rap music as a reason for the violence, but there’s no real evidence which suggests so. If you put aside why people make degrading music and focus on the consumers, you can see there is high demand for fuck bitch nigga shit, and there always will be. Continue reading Rap music influencing life – Quality matters more than content
Whenever Hip Hop is mentioned in the same breath as violence, drugs and sex people defend the art well by explaining that the roots of Hip Hop were tales of struggle and triumph. Hip hop, however, quickly adopted the materialism, psychotic tales or depravity and bullshit, but that’s what the masses have become attracted to. Continue reading Conscious cRap
Every now and then I get to watch something which completely blows me away. The Documentary ’20 ft from Stardom’ is a look into the musical paths of back up singers for some of the worlds biggest artists. The creative process is usually hidden away from consumers and we only get to witness the end products. Here we get a glimpse into the creative process surrounding a beautiful and powerful song (Gimme Shelter) which Merry Clayton laced with perfect emotive vocals.