CommentsClearly your understanding of "the rap" is limited to the late 70's, early 80's era, gramps. Why don't you write about art forms you're more familiar with, like ragtime or mountain music?
Posted by J johnson on 05/14 at 09:45 PM | #
Cute, but a bit too white.
Posted by B Forrest on 05/14 at 11:11 AM | #
A Conservative Rap Song
Posted by Doug Gamble on May 13, 2011 at 07:00 PM
Common invite to White House: Rapper whose lyrics have supported a cop killer and advocated the killing of President George W. Bush
If any administration was going to invite to the White House a rapper whose lyrics have supported a cop killer and advocated the killing of President George W. Bush, it would be this one, as demonstrated by its hosting this week of rapper Common. But why should rap “music” be the preserve of thugs who preach violence. How about a conservative rap song, like this:More...
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