THE HIP HOP / RAP CHALLENGE
by: Nuwri Ghostleaf
Before I begin,let me make this perfectly clear, I’m not shooting for literary correctness,I write strictly from the heart and the majority of the time,straight to the point depending on the subject matter.I’m not trying to win a literary prize for I know those awards mainly go to writers who’s ambitions are New York Times Washington Post Wall Street Journal kind of honors.
With all due respect to ALL eyes that see read and hear this,no disrespect to your intelligence,I just want to have Written Verbal Conversations with you as the friend I see you as. Punctual correctness typos and the like,are not something in a natural conversation, but expressions of verbal discourse are acceptable within reasonable respect.Sincerely: Nuwri Ghostleaf
Now with that being said and hopefully Innerstood not understood, we don’t want to stand under anything negative. I must say it was tough trying to find the right verbiage to use in explaining what would be the best way to in act this challenge, so rather than beat around the bush trying to find the correct way to express what’s really going here, let’s just be real and say it.
THE HIP HOP / RAP CHALLENGE is simply this, ALL artists who are in the game on the real, who stand for what the craft is really about and that would be to “Express Yourself” and those cultural street vibes that touch the pulse of the streets, hearts and minds of a gullible generation possibly 2, is an actual planned design happening by those in the power positions.
I know telling it like it is, is real talk, but to lay down “BS” and call it streets is what? Point blank (no pun intended if you feel me) is Wack! Outta Bounds, Straight up Front en. Truth be told, the label executives back in the day 80’s after they saw the power of Hip Hop/Rap, even though there was a lot of noise being made underground that never made it to the surface streets, the dollars being generated was too good to pass up. Regardless of the generations mentality that were being destroyed. Yes in the hood was the main target, but the masses in every culture was attracted to the messages that resonated with the young generations.
Okay what’s the challenge right? THE HIP HOP / RAP CHALLENGE is for all who are bold enough to come CLEAN with a message that has not one curse word in it from beginning to end and actually release it, even if it means standing up to a label executive and saying this is what I want my FANS to feel from me next.
Bottom line,the second language of this country is SWEARING not Spanish. The game is this, keep the sheeple dumbed down with what is making them ignorant and blinded to our agenda and cause, they’ll never know the difference or what’s happening right in front of their eyes by their own people.
Oh yeah it will be said that you are soft, punkin out, a Bit**! and so many other 2nd language words that I won’t even bother, you get my drift I hope. Everything from drugs pimpin, hoeing and whatever else that’s new to the game of “Gettin Mine”. Back to the challenge. Do you know of an artist that would do this? If so,use Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Intsagram, Vine, however you feel will get the challenge out, Do IT!
Knowing these are the times we live in, is the only way the new younger generations will know how to communicate with each other? As my dear friend The Silver Conductor says in his hit song: “Change Up”
Let’s Do This!
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