Sep 27, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger
“I'm like (author) Stephen King : horror music is what I do. If by some stroke of the pen, hip-hop was silenced, the issues would still be present in our communities. Drugs, violence and the criminal element were around long before hip-hop existed.”
Rapper David Banner defended his controversial lyrics on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, as fellow hip-hop star Master P apologized for using the word 'bitch' on his past hits. via Starpulse News Blog
I believe in mankindís ability to get past differences, rising above systems that disappoint us rather then allow ourselves to tear down our brothers and sisters just because we feel pain for their failure, which is when we all need help, and hope not wrath most of all.
That is why David is right and righteous in his message and method.
People all around the world,[thank you snoop] from Burma, to Slauson and Western the challenge for change is on those that send our people to jail instead of collage by creating something to sing about which reflects like a mirror our time. Respectfully, thanks David
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