Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

Outside the realm of possibility

When I linked to that Michelle Malkin article earlier, I hadn’t yet read the comments, and thus wasn’t aware of how utterly wonderful life can be when old right-wing white people let it be known what they think of hip-hop.



WHITE CONSERVATIVES ATTEMPT TO RAP, INSTALLMENT #1

yo negga sharpton, ya gonna pimpa for da rappa,
yo negga jesse jack, ya gonna pimpa for da rappa.


NOT JUST SLIME, BUT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE SLIME

Any one who even thinks Rap is music has jelly for a brain! You would think that the filth these Rappers vomit daily would be an embarrassment to all Blacks in general. But you never hear of any Blacks showing outrage for the disgusting performance. The image these Rappers project of the Black community at-large is of the lowest possible slime.

I HAVE SPELLED THEIR NAMES WITH DOLLAR SIGNS TO INDICATE HOW THEY LIKE MONEY

Imus deserves everything he gets. But to watch those two 'Race Baiter's' $harpton and Jack$on, demand his job while never saying a word about the Rappers is sickening in itself. They do nothing to lift the black culture to higher standards!

AND SUCH SMALL PORTIONS

I can't help but hear rap 'music' in the community. Too many drivers turn their car radios full blast [especially vile when they have poor acoustics] and attack my ear drums. I guess it's a macho thing to have full blast noise emanating from your car and pretend not to be concerned. Didn't you ever hear the tinny bass while a car stops near you? It's enough to bounce you on the sidewalk. I hope rap goes far and disappears over the horizon. I see no redeeming quality in it. It's prison gangster and foul mouthed pseudo-poetry-lyrics from note one. Hopefully, it will only be a minor blot on the eternal timeline of music.

THE NEW INNOVATIVE COMPOSERS OF TOMORROW TODAY

The foul language and mysogynistic lyrics of rap are worthy of nothing. Pay a penny a song and you're overpaying for trash. Send these so-called 'musicians' on their way, and make room for the new, innovative composers of tomorrow today.

WHITE CONSERVATIVES ATTEMPT TO RAP, INSTALLMENT #2

Yo!Yo!Yo! Ma man Imus was dope he shidda drop a beat on that sheeet and watch the shorties go off. Dats war ahm tawking bout, beeatches luv crunk-Dat's why Lil Jon and Ying Yang is hype, and den dare is the master Biggie Smalls "Tho yer hands in da air if ya a tru playa". Yo!Yo!Yo! Peep dis aahheight! It's okay fer ma man Eminem ta pump lihricks bur not Imus- Imus don't have no street cred he actually reads books and is political we don't do that sheeet. It's bout de ghetto a brova or ah sistuh rockin da mikafone-If Imus had Snoop and his DJ in da studio instead of Charles McCord and Baldy Bernie dose Rutgers shorties would be thoing dere hands in the air raising da roof singing, "go Imus It's yer birthday".

I SHAMED HIM INTO CONFORMITY BY POINTING OUT THAT HIS CLOTHES WERE LIKE THOSE OF INFERIOR SUBHUMAN SCUM

White kids buying rap: Not only are they buying the music, but the dress code as well. One of my nephews, off to college, was buying into the whole thing, hook, line, and sinker. He was home for Christmas two years ago, when he came in with his girlfriend and spoke to me, I just looked down at his pants and said, "Well, I see you're wearing ni**er britches now". His girlfriend started to laugh, then stopped. He has since gone back to a more traditional wardrobe.

LET ME TELL YOU ‘BOUT BLACK FOLKS

The trouble with the blacks is they will not police their own. Prior to the civil rights act many in this country considered them stupid,child-like and violent and except for the professional class it would be a mistake to "turn them loose on society". The liberals however held sway and thought that if they were exposed to how things were they would learn and all would be right with the world. So instead of a program to inform a people who had been systematically excluded what would be expected of them in the name of civil responsibilty, they were "turned loose" and then began an unending parade of programs costing trillions of dollars. A black friend said to me "it was an experiment", I replied, "it didn't work too well did it?

AND WE ALL ATE SUNBEAMS AND SLEPT ON A CLOUD MADE OF MARSHMALLOW KITTYCATS

Back in the 50's we had no filthy lyrics in music, no drugs in the schools, no cops either.

COME ON, DARKIES, GET UP TO SPEED ALREADY

We had a golden opportunity 40 years ago to bring an entire group of folks up to speed,instead it went the other way because all the dems cared about was keeping them voting for dems...keep them stupid and on the dem plantation. Great Americans like Condi Rice and Colin Powell are regarded by most blacks as "sell-outs", that tells me that they are the racists, not us, that they want to be seen as victims and not as contributors. Until that changes most get no respect from me.

A LENGTHY ESSAY ON WHY RAP IS INHERENTLY BAD BY SOMEONE WHO DOESN’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT

I suspect much of the misogyny inherent in Rap lyrics springs from the limitations in the musical form itself.

The majority of musical genres -- classical, pop standard, jazz, country, and even rock n' roll -- are FLUID. Many different sounds and styles exist within the genre's umbrella. As a result, these genres can give voice to a variety of emotions and ideas, the spiritual and idealistic as well as the elemental and the physical.

Unlike the genres which can convey a vast variety of emotions and express a wide range of ideas, Rap is terribly confined. It's locked into expression of the basest and most elemental emotions and responses; it can't, or won't, rise to the level of the spiritual. Therefore, when it paints relationships between men and women, it paints them in terms of violence and degradation. A Rap love song along the lines of, say, "The Way You Look Tonight" or "They Can't Take That Away from Me" is apparently outside the realm of possibility.

Rap centers its focus on the exciteable emotions -- anger, resentment, lust -- and leaves the quieter, more thoughtful ones alone. It speaks the language of emotional extremes and shuns the balance. Hundreds of songs content themselves with hitting the same emotional chords with a sledge hammer. When a musical genre is this confining, one would think people would get tired of it after a while. R&B (a genre I like) at least offers its listeners some emotional diversity; it can speak to aspects of the listener's life that Rap can't (again, or WON'T) touch. This is why plenty of people still like R&B even when it was thought Rap would drive it out of existence.

Through Rap, young people are being fed a steady diet of emotional extremes. But as they grow older, surely they will begin to think, in the words of Hawkeye Pierce, "We want something else." Before much longer, surely Rap will start to die out.

Rock n' Roll is here to stay. Rap is here today, gone tomorrow.

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