Bring back Hip Hop! By MC Cullah

Bring back Hip Hop!

Rap..or hip-hop as some people use them interchangeably even though they are completely separate things. It’s hard to call it “rap” or “hip-hop” nowadays because people won’t really understand what it truly is. What the majority of people think is rap is not what it is at all. Somehow, the muck and the filth of the rap community has managed to climb its way through the musical latter of popular music and has reached popular radio and thus majority distinguishes rap with this awful disgusting offensive and downright poor quality music.

Yes, I want an antidote to this culture I’m surrounded in. It’s hard to accept it when you know ignorance is around you in swarms of disease infested zombies. The music has become an embarrassment to the hip-hop culture and community and it really needs to stop. Analogically speaking, I wonder what life is like for the smartest man in the world. He goes about his life listening to peoples opinions and thoughts on things, and because he knows what they don’t he has to put up with the worlds ignorance. He can’t really blame them, and he can’t go around with a narcissistic attitude. I suppose he is a solitary man, keeping mostly to himself or others with similar thoughts. This is what it’s like for the people in the world who know the tragic culture molding this music is doing.

This brings another thought to mind. What is it like for the DJ or the musician who has poured his soul into his music and has created beauty, but is tromped and overlooked by dissonance and corruption. Truly the popular music like “gangsta rap” cannot hold much creativity. The range of this music is on a scale of one to one. All aspects of each individual song are all basically the same. The message of each song is primitive and repetitive. The music videos are all the same. This is not what hip hop is about. This is backwards evolution.

Heres a few examples of good hip hop:
Jurassic 5
Blackalicious
MF Doom
Public Enemy
Cut Chemist
Dr. Octagon

Here are a few examples of bad hip hop:
http://www.mtv.com/music/charts


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