Showing posts with label hip hop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label hip hop. Show all posts

Monday, February 1, 2021

How to Be a Billionaire Narco-Dictator / Como ser un Narco Dictador Mil Millonario


How to Be a Billionaire Narco-Dictator / Como ser un Narco Dictador Mil Millonario. A question that many people might ask. Who wouldn't want an illimited supply of Money and absolute Power over everything. You don't need to follow the law. You are the law. A gold throne, sex slaves and machine gun-armed soldiers to protect yourself from some very dangerous enemies.

Handmade colored pencils Artwork by PYGOD.

Saturday, April 25, 2020

Moscow Death Brigade (Hardcore-Techno-Rap-Punk) Russia

MOSCOW DEATH BRIGADE is a hardcore/rap band from Russia, combining hip hop rhymes and beats, punk/metal instrumentals and political/social lyrics. The band itself refers to their music as "Circle Pit hip-hop" or "hardcore hip-hop".

MDB has become one of the most active Russian antifascist bands, opposing all kinds of discrimination and fascism, organizing and taking part in benefit events and spreading the word of unity. The Russian and English lyrics deal with anti-fascism and are socio-critical. Topics include "police brutality, violence, mass media propaganda, social prejudice and conscription".

MDB shows usually attract all kinds of representatives of subcultures: from punx, skinheads and metalheads to hip hop kids, graffiti writers and football hooligans, demonstrating that all of us are the parts of the same worldwide underground movement, based on friendship, mutual support and freedom.

MDB appears masked with balaclavas. The identities of the two rappers and the DJ are still kept secret. In their music videos, the group often shows themselves spraying graffiti on trains or houses. The band sees itself as a collective to artist friends, including sprayer, concert organizers and political activists. But ironically, the band does not consider itself a political band and claims that their views are just "human".

This song is an happy blend of techno, rap & punk!!! 
Which sound good!

The next few songs are fuckin' hardcore and metal!!!

This one is particularly techno & electro and good!

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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Bloods and Crips: How Gangsta Rap Became Mainstream

A very short report about Gangsta Rap most prominent pionners, those who were arrested, shot at, and ultimately killed.

Often linked with the likes of the notorious Bloods and the Crips gangs - gangsta rap, which originated in Los Angeles in the 1980's, rose to become the most lucrative of the hip hop subgenres.

Monday, April 20, 2020

Documentaire - Street rap « Le son de la rue » (Izzy-S, Tizzo, Lost, Souldia, Enima, White-B, MB)

Le rap québécois est partout depuis quelque temps. Mais derrière les Loud, Alaclair Ensemble, Koriass et autres gros noms d'un rap plus accessible au grand public, une autre scène est en plein bouillonnement, celle du street rap. Notre journaliste Olivier Arbour-Masse vous propose une incursion dans cet univers artistique largement influencé par la drogue, le crime, le sexe et l'argent, où les rappeurs voient la musique comme leur seule porte de sortie du monde criminel.

Un contenu du dossier [ Rap ]. Le dossier complet ici : 

Une vidéo de Olivier Arbour-Masse et Mathieu Waddell.

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Sunday, April 19, 2020

Mac Miller - DONALD TRUMP (song)

Mac Miller Donald Trump song.  #PMRC

Mac Miller Donald Trump song.  #PMRC

GIF mac miller music mic - animated GIF on GIFER - by Morluzel

Ay yo, the fliest muthafucka' in the room
Yeah, you know it's me
Bitches hating on him, 'cause he started out here locally
Hopefully, I'll be at the top soon
For now, I'm at my house on the couch, watching cartoons
You know how much you love it when you get it in abundance
Give a fuck about a budget
When you always be the subject of discussion
But it's nothing when you stop and just say fuck it
'Cause you walking out in public and you hear 'em talkin' rubbish
I just wanna ride, ride through the city in a Cutlass
Find a big butt bitch, somewhere get my nuts kissed
That's the way it goes when you party just like I do
Bitches on my dick that used to brush me off in high school
Take over the world when I'm on my Donald Trump shit
Look at all this money, ain't that some shit
Take over the world when I'm on my Donald Trump shit
Look at all this money, ain't that some shit

We gonna take over the world while these haters gettin' mad
That's why all my bitches bad,
They see this crazy life I have and they in awe
We gon' win, you can take the lose or draw
What I'm in, got these hoes that used to play me in their bras
We gonna take over the World while these haters gettin' mad
Take over the World, watch these haters get mad
That's why all my bitches bad, they see this crazy life I have
Hop into to the car then we take 'em to the pad
It's a wrap

And muthafuckas think they know me but they never met the kids
Style come with excellence and money make benevolence
Irrelevant for the fuckers who never been intelligent
I kill my Henny, break the bottle for the hell of it
Tell a bitch, that she better bring her friend
And if she want an autograph she better bring a pen
Yeah the party never ran, this life is what I recommend
And if you got a hoe before me, then she better be a ten
I ain't picky but these girls be acting tricky
When the situation's sticky and the liquor got 'em silly
But I take over the World when I'm on my Donald Trump shit
Look at all this money, ain't that some shit

We gonna take over the world while these haters gettin' mad
That's why all my bitches bad,
They see this crazy life I have and they in awe
We gon' win, you can take the lose or draw
What I'm in, got these hoes that used to play me in their bras
We gonna take over the World while these haters gettin' mad
Take over the World, watch these haters get mad
That's why all my bitches bad, they see this crazy life I have
Hop into to the car then we take 'em to the pad
It's a wrap

Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Jonathan King / Malcolm McCormick (Mac Miller)

Mac Miller Donald Trump song.  #PMRC

The Saga between Mac Miller and Donald Trump

  • Mac Miller released "Donald Trump" in 2011. It's a Money-inspired song, a regular thematic in Hip Hop, in which Mac Miller fantasizes about being rich, famous, and successful like Donald Trump.
  • In August 2011, the YouTube music video surpassed 20 million views. Trump released a YouTube video to congratulate him and branded him "the new Eminem".
  • In 2012, as the song became more and more popular. Trump wanted his piece of the pie asking for royalties for the use of his name. It's started a feud between the businessman and the rapper.
  • In a January 2013 interview, Miller bruised the gigantic ego of Trump by stating that he could have taken the name of Bill Gates or any other Billionaire and the result would have been the same.
  • In response, Trump threatened Miller with a lawsuit via a series of tweets. 
  • In July 2015, Trump changed his attitude and praised Miller's song as it approached 100 million views.
  • During Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, Miller denounced Trump and urged people to not elect him. Miller said on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore that he "hated" Trump, and described him as "an egomaniacal, attention-thirsty, psychopathic, power-hungry, delusional waste of skin and bones".
  • January 20, 2017, Donald Trump was elected as the 45th president of the United States.
  • September 7, 2018, Mac Miller died of an accidental overdose (fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol) at the age of 26.

Mac Miller died of drug overdose at 26. #PMRC
Mac Miller died of drug overdose at 26.

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Saturday, April 18, 2020

Rappers LOVED Donald Trump

It's not surprising that Money and $ucce$$ oriented Rappers love Donald Trump. Trump is the living embodiment of Wealth and $ucce$$.

But it all changed when he was elected.
Now many rappers HATE him.

Aside from Kanye West, it seem that the Hip Hop community admires him as a businessman but hate him as a President.

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Top 100 - The Best Hip Hop Beefs & Diss Tracks Of All Time

Hip Hop Universe (Tupac Shakur & Biggie Smalls / West Coast vs East Coast)

2Pac vs Biggie, East Coast vs West Coast, best beefs and diss tracks of all time compilations thanks to Hip Hop Universe.

It seem that feuds and conflicts are good for business in the Hip Hop Universe.

Hip Hop Universe

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Friday, April 17, 2020

Eminem FACK TRUMP t-shirt

Eminem FACK TRUMP t-shirt  #PMRC
Eminem FACK TRUMP t-shirt

Now that he had sell more than 220 million records, Eminem is getting picky about his audience. Eminem stated that he doesn't want to share his fans with Donald Trump. So, if you like Trump, Slim Shady doesn't want you to buy or listen to his stuff. And if, on the contrary, you don't like Donald Trump and like Eminem. You can buy a 'FACK TRUMP' T-shirt to show it.


Thursday, April 16, 2020

The Evolution Of Gangsta Rap [1985 - 2019]

Hip-Hop Evolution Of Gangsta Rap, Best Rap Songs Of Each Year, Most Popular Rap Songs Of 2019, Best Hip-Hop Songs 2019.

Gangsta rap or Gangster rap is a style of hip hop characterized by themes and lyrics that generally emphasize the "gangsta" lifestyle. The genre evolved from hard rap into a distinct form, pioneered in the mid-1980s by rappers such as Schoolly D and Ice-T, and was popularized in the later part of the 1980s by groups like N.W.A. After the national attention that Ice-T and N.W.A attracted in the late 1980s and early 1990s, gangsta rap became the most commercially lucrative subgenre of hip hop. Many (if not most) gangsta rap artists openly boast of their associations with various active street gangs as part of their artistic image, with the Bloods and Crips being the most commonly represented. Gangsta rap parallels other indigenous gang and crime-oriented forms of music, such as the narcocorrido genre of northern Mexico.

Hip-hop has arguably been the best genre of music in the past two decades. As hip-hop maintains its title, a lot has changed about the genre, such as the lyrics. Hip-hop has two phases, old school and new school each of which give off a different vibe.

Old School “Hip-Hop” has music based prevalently on African American culture. Artists such as Tupac, Biggie Smalls, and Eazy-E often rap about the struggles of growing up in a racialized environment and the work they put in to get where they are today.

In popular songs such as “Changes” by Tupac and “Juicy” by Biggie Smalls, the artists explain how they went from “negative to positive” as Biggie put it.

Old school hip-hop is still popular today and is regarded as “classic” by many hip-hop fans.

“New school” hip-hop has different types of lyrics. Rappers from today’s generation sing typically about girls, money, and cars they have. Some even sing about how they do drugs, drink alcohol, and party which sets a bad example for some listeners. Some of these rappers today did not have it as hard as rappers back in the old days. Also Hip-hop artists now are racially diverse, so African American culture is not necessarily found in music today.

People who grew up listening to Tupac, Biggie, Eazy-E, and so on typically do not enjoy hip-hop in today’s era. Songs written when rap was introduced were lyrically better because rappers were able to tell a story using words that rhyme and flow.

Some songs are also more appealing to fans because they can relate to the struggles their favorite rappers faced.

People of this generation are used to listening to new school hip-hop which is the most played genre on the radio. These same fans reject old school Hip-Hop as a part of the music genre. There are even rappers who know nothing about the most influential Hip-Hop artists.

Growing up listening to Eminem has caused me to fall in love with him as an artist. He introduced me to Hip-Hop. But I noticed a change in the music industry. Artists wanted to be part of the mainstream industry and they had to change their music to fit into the mainstream category.

Because of new artists in hip-hop, many lessen known artists are rarely noticed. These artists are said to be “underground.” Underground rappers usually do not make it big because they have music related to the messages embodied by old school hip-hop artists would say.

Some people think old school Hip-Hop is better than new school Hip-Hop. And there are many people who prefer underground Hip-Hop to mainstream Hip-Hop. What do you think?

Source: Hip Hop Universe

Which rappers are in the Crips and Bloods?

Snoop Dogg Crips & The Game Bloods. #PMRC
Snoop Dogg Crips & The Game Bloods. #PMRC

Kendrick Lamar Is A Blood.
Kendrick Lamar


Suge Knight – Mob Piru Bloods
Wacka Flocka Flame – Blood
DJ Quik – Compton Tree Top Piru Bloods
Hi C – Compton Tree Top Piru Bloods
Mausberg – Campanella Park Piru Bloods
Mack 10 – Queen St Inglewood Bloods
All Frum Tha I – Inglewood Bloods
Tha Relativez – Inglewood Family Bloods
The Roaddawgs – Inglewood Family Bloods
Tha Realest – Compton Piru Bloods
Top Dogg – Compton Piru Bloods
G.P. – Compton Piru Bloods
B-Real (Cypress Hill) – 89th Street Family Bloods
Sinister – 89th Street Family Bloods
Terror Twinz – Pacioma Piru Bloods
O.F.T.B. – Bounty Hunter Bloods
Nuttz – Skyline Piru Bloods
2nd II None – Elm Street Piru Bloods
Boo-Ya Tribe – West Side Piru Bloods (Carson Samoan Warriors)
Lil’ Hawk – Crenshaw Mafia Gangsta Blood
Big Wye – Crenshaw Mafia Gangsta Blood
Damu Ridaz – Denver Lane Bloods
Sen Dog (Cypress Hill) – Bloods
The Game – Cedar Block Bloods
Strange Music – Bloods
Lil Wayne – Bloods
Birdman – Bloods
Jay Rock – Bounty Hunter Bloods
Kendrick Lamar – Bloods (by association with his father)

Snoop Dog is a Crip.
Snopp Dogg


Snoop Dogg – Rollin’ 20’s Crips
Goldie Loc – Rollin’ 20’s Crips
Warren G – Rollin’ 20’s Crips
Nate Dogg – Rollin’ 20’s Crips
The Dove Shack – Rollin’ 20’s Crips
Kurupt – Rollin’ 60’s Crips
CJ Mac – Rollin’ 60’s Crips
Kieta Rock – Rollin’ 60’s Crips
Tha Comradz – Rollin’ 60’s Crips
Daz Dillinger – 21st Street Crips
Lil’ C Style – 19th Street Crips
Tray Deee – Insane Crips
Battlecat – Insane Crips
Bad Azz – Insane Crips
Swoop G – Insane Crips
Slip Capone – LBC Crips
So Sentrelle – LBC Crips
Lil’ 1/2 Dead – LBC Crips
South Central Cartel – Hoover Crips
Ice-T – Hoover Crips
Coolio – Corner Pocket Crips
W.C. – 111 Neighborhood Crips
Eazy E – Kelly Park Compton Crips
MC Ren – Kelly Park Compton Crips
Tweedy Bird Loc – Kelly Park Compton Crips
C.P.O. – Kelly Park Compton Crips
B.G. Knocc Out – Nutty Blocc Compton Crips
Dresta – Nutty Blocc Compton Crips
Tone Loc – South Side Compton Crips
MC Eiht – Tragnew Park Compton Crips
Big Syke – Inglewood Imperial Village Crips
Jay-o Felony – NHC 47 Blocc Crips (San Diego)
Lil’ CS – East Dago Mob Crips (San Diego)
C-Bo – Garden Blocc 19th Street Crips (Sacramento)
New Breed Of Hustlas – P.J. Riverside Crips
Kokane – 357 Crips (Pomona)
Scarface – Atlantic Drive Crips
Richie Rich – Oakland Crips
Afroman – Palmdale Crips
Da Lench Mob – Crips
Watts Gangsters – Crips
Kausion – Crips
KAM – Crips
Xzibit – Crips
Above The Law – Crips
Young Jeezy – Crips
Glasses Malone – Crips
Schoolboy Q – Hoover Crips


Montreal Gangsta Rapper gang members

After writing a post about KCLMNOP, the first ever Gangsta Rapper in Quebec, Canada. I've turned my attention to the current Gangsta Rap scene in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. And I can tell you that the Montreal's rap scene is alive and kicking with a lot of street cred and bragging rights.

Thanks to wikipedia in French, here is a list of the rappers of Montreal representing gangs. I will take a closer look at these rappers, keeping an open eyes to everything Red (Bloods) or Blue (Crips) in their music videos then leaving a their YouTube link on each rapper's name.

Is there's anything more edgy than being related to street gangs?!

- Enima: (Saint-Léonard) Blood

- VT: (Saint-Léonard) Blood

- JackBoy: (Rivière-des-Prairies) Blood

- Slycky: (Pointe-Saint-Charles) Blood

- JTReal: (Saint-Michel) Crip

- Kgoon: (Saint-Henri) Crip

- Young Dev: (Saint-Michel) Crip

- Lougarouz: (Parc-Extension) Crip

- Mody: (Pierrefonds) Crip

- AZ/AZ Persian: (Pierrefonds) Crip. 

- Sadik: (Saint-Michel) Crip

- LK tha Goon: Blood. 

Montreal 514 Bloods Crips territories

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

KCLMNOP - Ta Yeule (full album)

KC LMNOP - Ta Yeul (1996)

KC L.M.N.O.P.  Ta Yeul (album)  #PMRC

KC L.M.N.O.P.  Ta Yeul (album)  #PMRC

To all my PunkMetalRap heads, here below is the very first Gangsta Rap album in French from Quebec, Canada.
You don't need to understand to appreciate his music.

KC L.M.N.O.P. - Ta Yeul (Full Album) (1996) 

01 - Introduction
02 - Ta Yeul Vie Ta Vie Et Reste En Vie
03 - Yé Où Ton Album Le Bum
04 - Le Stress Me Mange Comme Une Biuatch
05 - Shout Out
06 - Cois Kool Avec Moi
07 - Dédicaces Et Remerciements
08 - C'est La Chasse O Trésor Mon Trésor
09 - Queen Sister
10 - Chrystianne B.
11 - Créez Votre Indépendance
12 - Si Lire Ct'intellectuel Écrire Doit Etre Essentiel
13 - La France Est Stylée Et Les Biuatch Violent
14 - Ta Yeul Yé Temps Kon Dise Ta Yeul O Grandes Yeul!
15 - Assassinat De KC L.M.N.O.P.
16 - Foglia Oups!
17 - Suicide A Montréal
18 - Jean-Luc Mongrain
19 - J'veux Pas M'réveiller J'veux Dormir
20 - Comme Ca Tu Veux Un Gun Tu Trouves Ca L'fun!
21 - Queen Sister
22 - 69.3 FM En Direct De Bordeaux
23 - Kool 'E'
24 - Maximun Bad Boy
25 - Jing-O-Bell
26 - Queen Sister
27 - Ski Mérite D'être Fait
28 - Queen Sister Et Denis Talbot
29 - Toi, Moi, C'est Qui L'prochain
30 - Conclusion, Don't Walk The Walk If U Can't Talk The Talk

Bien qu'il se dit rappeur pacifiste, il fait du pure Gangsta Rap version Québec. Parlant d'Argent, de violence, de cul, anti-police, anti-église, anti-gouvernement, dénoncant le racisme, l'injustice et parlant de la vie des minorités à Montréal... avec des coups de feu, beaucoup de coups de feu. Un album digne du Gangsta Rap Américain de l'époque 1995-1996.

KC L.M.N.O.P.  Ta Yeul encore. #PMRC

Son nom KC L.M.N.O.P. veut dire Londres Montréal New York Ou Paris ou encore KC Look My Nigga Overcomes Politics pour ensuite devenir ZOOYORKY NARUTO THEREELROCK.

Métis, mi-noir mi-blanc, KC L.M.N.O.P., de son vrai nom, Joseph Claude-François Simard, vient de la Rive-Sud de Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Avant d'être un rappeur, KC L.M.N.O.P. était l'animateur de l'émission Rap Cité à Musique Plus.

KC LMNOP animateur de l'émission Rap Cité à Musique Plus. #PMRC
Look and attitude, KC L.M.N.O.P. alors qu'il animait l'émission 'Rap City' à Musique Plus.

Mais sa carrière de rappeur a pris fin après un incident qui, aux États-Unis, aurait propulsé sa carrière plutôt que la détruire.

La plaignante de 19 ans prétends que le 12 décembre 1995, KC LMNOP l'a ammené dans sa résidence à Mont Saint-Hilaire. Sur place, l'accusé aurait exhibé des armes et tiré des coups de feu dans le mur du sous-sol pour impressionner la jeune fille. Pour ensuite lui dire: "Tu as trois solutions: la première, je te tire une balle dans la tête. La deuxième: je te mets dehors en sous-vêtements et je te tire une balle dans la tête après. La troisième: tu passes dans le lit et après tu vas faire de la prostitution sur Sainte-Catherine pour moi."

Gunshots and pimpin'!!! Y a pas plus Gangsta que ca!

Plus de deux ans plus tard, en février 1998, KC LMNOP est reconnu coupable d'agression sexuelle armée et d'incitation à la prostitution. Il est important de mentionné que le juge a tenu compte des paroles de son album pour rendre son verdict de culpabilité.

Alors agé de 29 ans, KC LMNOP purgera une peine de 4.5 ans de prison. Ouch!

Street cred in the USA, but not good in Quebec!


Après sa sortie de prison et d'autres démêlés avec la justice, le tout premier Gangsta Rapper du Québec, KC LMNOP, est dorénavant un Don Quichotte qui vit 25 ans en arrière toujours en gué-guerre contre Pierre Marchand qui l'a mis dehord de Musique Plus il y a 25 ans hi ha et contre le juge qui l'a envoyé en prison il y a presque 25 ans. 

Voici sa chaîne YouTube qui lui sert a cracher son amertume et a poursuivre son combat contre le passé...

J'aimerais beaucoup avoir les commentaires de KC LMNOP, le gangsta rappeur articulé et charismatique, au bas de mon article. Francois Simard, le "prisonnier politique" ne m'intéresse pas.

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