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Using their influence to deal a blow to our country’s racist drug war.
For years hip-hop artists have rapped about drug use, the drug trade and the drug war. And now, we are seeing some of the biggest stars use their influence to deal a blow to our country’s racist drug war. Two weeks ago, Jay Z teamed up with acclaimed artist Molly Crabapple on a striking animated video, launched in the New York Times, that slams the war on drugs.
NBC Nightly News anchor, Brian Williams scored earlier this year when he rapped the lyrics to The Sugar Gang’s, “Rappers Delight”. Now he’s back with more hip hop. He managed to spit the lyrics to Snoop Dogg’s classic, “Gin and
R.I.P. Sad news coming from out of the DPGC camp. Snoop Dogg’s Uncle Junebug has passed away at the age of the 70. He was undoubtedly the superstar rapper’s biggest his biggest roll dog. See more at: Hip Hop Wired
Lil Yachty caught up with Bossip at the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards to talk old school vs new school rap and collaborating with Snoop Dogg. Tune in and be sure to share your thoughts below!
Bossip: How did you first get into hip hop? Capone-E: Used to rap at backyard bbqs … Rapped in the hood … It was a hobby and meeting the right people turned it into a profession. Bossip:What artists inspired you