by Brian A. Wilkins
7/25/2009 (links, photos and videos updated February 21, 2020)
Some things are destined to change. Others remain the same indefinitely. Rap and Hip-Hop have changed significantly since the late 80s. It grew from fringe genre to worldwide phenomenon. Boogie Down Productions, X-Clan, Brand Nubian, Public Enemy, MC Trouble, and yes, the Poor Righteous Teachers, with lead MC, Wise Intelligent, were motivational speakers and teachers for black kids. They spoke their lessons over funky, groovy beats.
Nowadays, hip-hop is a self-destructive, criminal reinforcement, misogynistic genre of garbage. It brainwashes young Nubians (“blacks”) into believing … Read Entire Article