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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Reponse to “The Secret Meeting that Changed Rap Music and Destroyed a Generation” « IT IS WHAT IT IS

Reponse to “The Secret Meeting that Changed Rap Music and Destroyed a Generation” « IT IS WHAT IT IS

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  1. Tony, thank you for the "Response", your analysis is on point and I am glad you took the time to do this! The initial letter is very interesting to say the least. I am among those who have long believed in a conspiracy to vilify, denegrate and destroy Black and Brown communities with the goal of profit. We know factually of Big Business's role in Lobbying, changing laws, buying politicians to assure their Billion dollar profits. With that said, I have heard over the past 2 decades from artist after artist who were forced out of the music industry or to join the underground circuits because they refused to present and promote a Ganster Rap personna of violence, drugs and the abuse of Black women in their lyrical messages. Because of their refusal, those artists were not offered a contract or a contract was taken. As we note, the Letter from the meeting attendee is anonymous as is the Music Industry Execs in attendance. Again, very interesting to say the least.

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