Game On a Nation: Hip Hop Intellectual

 
A Black solider stands up for Occupy Wall Street Against the cops and stays true to the Marine pledge "...I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;..." Did you notice that part comes before the other parts of the oath.
 
 
On this track Jay-Z some people are claiming that Jay is firing back at Lil Wayne for the diss track that Wayne did:

"Y’all niggas need a timeout, who got these niggas all wind up/Cocksucka I’m 7.30, y’all know where you’ll niggas gon wind up/No more Mr Nice Guy, hello Mr Nice Watch/Only but a matter of time ‘fore I hit ya’ll niggas with a nice shot/Y’all niggas, better not call the law/Get no blood on my Audemar/Meaning ya’ll better not waste my time/When y’all ready I’ll take you all to war."


 
 
This music video is directed by Jeremie Rozan from Surface Air. I love this video because it is an analogy of the fighting that young black man must go through in life against those in control and even his own brothers who will stand in his way. However at the end of the day sometimes it is that young black man who is his own worse enemy.
 
 
I am dropping an Epic Hip Hop Battle between Mr. T and Mr. Rogers. After you watch the video, who did you think won??
 
 
With the recent comments from comedian Katt Williams ranting about his patriotism at the expense of ignoring the historical context of the United States against the Mexican nation shows the depth in which we become brain washed. The Black Agenda Report does a great job of summarizing this point in the video below.
 
 
People watch the games that the media is trying to play by blaming the poor instead of Wall Street for the recession. Keep in mind who runs the mass media in America, Corporations!!! The Young Turks do a bang up job of analyzing the nonsense that the mass media is doing to brain wash the masses.
 
 
I am hitting you upside your head with another Hip Hop Report from the folks at JumpOff.Tv. Ladies I got that creme that you need and you don't have to go get Pharrell's drink to enjoy it.
 
 
"Conspiracy Theory Rock" by Robert Smigel was shown on "Saturday Night Live" during the March 14, 1998 broadcast but edited out of reruns. Why do you think that they would edit this out of reruns? Use your brain!!
 
 
Welcome back you little nerds!!! (Grrrr) Check out another Hip Hop Report from the folks at JumpOff.tv. This message is for Nicki Minaj, if you man is hitting you all in your face, then you need to step to a man who will kiss you all in your face. I'm just saying girl.
 
 
This is one of the hottest songs by Rick Ross, Thrilla!!!!!! Listen to the secret on how Rick Ross makes hip hop hits.