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Zulu Nation Says Kool Herc Did Not Start Hip Hop And Is Misrepresenting The Culture

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MISREPRESENTATION OF A CULTURE BY A FOREFATHER

By Quadeer “M.C. Spice” Shakir

Kool Herc is undeniably one of the forefathers of Hip-Hop Culture. No doubt about it. But the past three years, a shift in attitude towards the Universal Zulu Nation, who we are, and what we represent, became obvious when Herc asked that we exclude his name from all of our Hip-hop Culture anniversary flyers. We didn’t know Herc would underhandedly misquote himself, and misrepresent the Culture by saying Hip-Hop Culture began on August 11, 1973. There are facts, and unfortunately, Herc did not give them when he made this statement in a news interview on Channel 7 New York. Nor, did he clear it up when he further promoted false facts to NPR News.

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Q-Xtra – Grind Or Go Home [Mixtape] @qxtra_otg

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Grind Hard Or Go Home is the first official mixtape from OnThaGrind Entertainment’s very own Q-XTRA.
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Ice T Says Rappers These Days Are Delusional

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Ice-T thinks today’s pop stars are “delusional,” Champagne- swilling shopaholics.
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Caspa Narkz – Muscle [Audio]

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The Grammys Charged With Snubbing Hip-Hop

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NEW YORK – Since its beginnings in the 1970s, rap music has transformed from an underground, street-based sound to a definitive part of pop culture, transcending race and becoming one of the strongest – and most prolific – voices of today’s generation. But at the Grammy Awards, rap has had a long-lasting losing streak in the top categories.
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Speak On It: @CALanaSmith Asks, How Bad Do You Want It?

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HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT?

Written by: Lana Ave.

The informal use of the word “grind,” which is to work or study laboriously, has historically been adopted by the Hip-Hop culture. We’ve taken on the pride that’s associated with working hard to get what we want and own it. However, when I look around at the new generation of aspiring rappers and singers I wonder if the intensity of the grind has been lost or diminished.

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Speak On It: @Rick_Spitta Speaks On The State Of Hip-Hop

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first and foremost i wanna give a shout out to doggie diamonds and mreck the whole forbezdvd for even given ppl the option to speak they mind real talk. i go by the name Rick Spitta one half of the  nicest rap duo in LMM (loyalty Money Music) Long Island New York.You probly wouldnt know that cause our music get over looked by the gimmicks and weird shit thats supposed to be hot.
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J.R. Writer – Still Standing 2: Kill Em’ Dead [Mixtape] @ThisisJRWriter

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latest mixtape from jr writer! for all those that just want to download in one link without all that extra bs.

hit the jump for tracklisting and download link
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