White Rappers, feeling comfy?

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  1. SKY

    SKY See & Know 4 Yourself

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    It looks as if you all are very comfortable in hip-hop, you feel accepted and that you're as hip-hop as it can be. Well, hip-hop isn't just a talent or something that you do with words...


    it is a way of life, not what alot of the celebrity's portray on television but it is definately a way of life. One that most white people do not live. You see, where it originated was a place where African Americans stuck together...some didn't, but it bought us together if anything. The way we spoke, the way we dressed, the the way we'd do things it was an 'inside' thing. Thing is, we could only do it with each other because it was no one elses business, and it still isn't.


    When we started rhyming and freestyling, it became an art. We wanted it to be recognized as an art, as a talent because not everyone can do it naturally off of the top. It wasn't something they sat home and studied, it was already in them. They hear a beat, and it just flows through their veins and out of their mouths, nah'm saying. We are hip-hop, so we do what we want with it....

    We took that word "n!gga" and gave it a new meaning, fuck what the white man intended for it to mean, we gave it a new meaning. I admit, it's not the most positive way to greet one another and I personally don't use it too freely, however it's still an 'inside' thing...just like our culture and way of living. So I'd appreciate if you 'white' rappers respect the history of rap and respect the fact that we originated this shit, and we originated most of the shit in this country U.S....so show us that respect, and remember where you got it from. Because it did NOT come from you. Thank-You!
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  2. Hades

    Hades Product of the 80's

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    A white man invented basketball.

    do you hear me complaining?
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  3. onblast

    onblast New Member

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    Look, us taking over your sport is YOUR fault.
    That's what you get for breeding workhorses.
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  4. Hades

    Hades Product of the 80's

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    It's alright.

    Your my entertainment.
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  5. onblast

    onblast New Member

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    And you are ours.
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  6. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    One day a white man is going to get sick of hearing the same old crap and just step onto a bball court with a knife and pop the ball. take down the hoops and make the court all bumpy.
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  7. SKY

    SKY See & Know 4 Yourself

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    the fuck this got to do with basket ball? ...LOL Ya'll are so retarded
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  8. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    Because you bringing up rap like we need you permission to use it.
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  9. Mac Flow

    Mac Flow Die

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    you were right about Hip Hop being a way of life and a feeling inside you, and anyone, regardless of ethnicity can live that way of life and feel that feeling.
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  10. AllOrNothinEnt

    AllOrNothinEnt Retired from Rapmusic.com

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    Go fuckyourself cornball.
    You want some reperations too?
    Rep these nuts in ya mouuuuuth.
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  11. TaLi RodrigueZ

    TaLi RodrigueZ Washed Up Rapper...

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    Quite honestly, the majority of Emcees out there soiling the culture of Hip Hop are not white lol. So, this probably should have been addressed to all who are exploiting that culture rather than one group of people who still occupy a tiny minority of spots avalible (aside from the business aspect of it of course).
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  12. Hades

    Hades Product of the 80's

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    Well shit, someone said something that actually makes sense.
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  13. Look im Gangsta

    Look im Gangsta New Member

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    arent most of the 'real backpaking' mcs white?

    the only white rapper i see on mtv is em.
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  14. TaLi RodrigueZ

    TaLi RodrigueZ Washed Up Rapper...

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    That's my job lol
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  15. Extreme Venom

    Extreme Venom Well-Known Member

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    Dude is right in one sense.. & Wrong in another..

    Hip Hop is A Culture that ALL can feel & relate to.. White, black, Hispanic or Asian..

    It's one of the Greatest forms of new Age music since rock and roll in the 50's

    & We ALL Love it..


    BUT...

    In Order for the old & New to partake in the same culture..






    The Origin & history of that culture SHOULD indeed be respected by ALL

    ....should it not?




    ..
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  16. Mac Flow

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    yeah but "backpackers" and "EMO" and "indie" rap/hip hop isn't ALL hip hop either, just a part of it. Hip Hop, when you look at it, is a very very broad realm of living, and yes a lot of underground white cats are what they call backpackers, but not all. I wish for once color would be phased out and good music could be called good music again.
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  17. Mac Flow

    Mac Flow Die

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    and who, do you think, is disrespecting it?
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  18. Tha Talent

    Tha Talent , Tha Master.

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    actually guys, if you picked up a copy of the Hip Hop Constitution is clearly states that all white rappers shall be perpetually mocked and persecuted until they cry themselves into emo rock.

    rap is for black people.
    they rhyme: rap and black.

    clearly, only those of negriod descent have a right to the culture and KRS would be offended we are arguing this.
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  19. Extreme Venom

    Extreme Venom Well-Known Member

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    No..



    Who does SKY think is disrespecting it..


    For him to write such a thread asking for respect for hip Hop's Origin..




    He must've felt someone disrespected it in some way..



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  20. Extreme Venom

    Extreme Venom Well-Known Member

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    If you read his words before getting Offended you'd see he wasn't saying white people don't belong.. but rather that Everyone who partakes of Hip hop should respect its Origins..


    Hip hop is indeed Universal.. it's derives from Poverty.. & poverty is NOT only restricted to the african race...
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