Hip Hop Rap

Thu, 01/05/2012 - 23:24 -- poet

And then one night in the club the jam was the plan was the deal I keep it real with other male MC’s don’t fear. The shear power of a female mic rocker, party stopper, buggie popper a lyricist with a tendency to rip, fully equip no your not- Bullshit. As I practice and preach systems will breach my style be one that you can not teach free flowin mind blowin never ending minds twisted bodies bended reacting to the call of servitude step up with that attitude, don’t be rude bitch, respect me and you’ll gain respect but let me make it clear that you’re gonna have to rep cause in this game there’s no time for chump suckers and let me not forget nor do you hatin as motherfuckers. Catch your breath on the scale you are bound to fall hard to the ground, back to the wall ashamed and nameless anonymous in a crowd, just a spectator, who you done proud? Cause see if you ain’t one of us then please don’t diss the culture is vast and the support is endless and in this world people are equal and heroes like me walk among the people. Hip hop is in your bod, hip hop is in your brain the excitement of all the craziness is insane whoo whoo that’s the sound of the KRS a man with an idea is a true genius, a teacher a student, a preacher, triple feature stated consciousness what more you need to hear? From the ghettos of Harlem to the BCC people become united and force becomes stronger strongly like Luke Skywalker in Star Wars pics, Chewy, Yoga equip with Jedi mind tricks its all related to the world we live in, Darwin’s theory, this is how it all begins with a Big Bang and a thing called Evolution through Ice Age and the Industrial Revolution war’s of the world have come and gone, people have died but still the world goes on. How many need to suffer to fill the pain, how many need to die wishing, wishing for rain? All we do is think about ourself and our riches, our BMW’s bens, nigga and bitches fucking selfish creatures are you and I, I feel the world we live in is one great big lie.

Comments

jwiener

"Cause see if you ain’t one of us then please don’t diss the culture is vast and the support is endless and in this world people are equal and heroes like me walk among the people" is my favorite line in this extremely strong poem, because you send a powerful message telling everyone that just because other people may be different than you does not mean that any one person is less valuable than another. Your poem states that we are all heroes in our own ways and we all have great potential. This would be a great poem to send to a cause that is concerned with anti-discrimination, because you speak of how all races and cultures are created equal and should be treated as such.

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