To be fair, I'm white too but I agree with runnin up on them crackers in they city hall. As long as you recognize white privilege, institutional racism, etc. and you try not to perpetuate it then listen guilt free.
Fuck, I was also gonna quote runnin up on them crackers in they city hall. Props #1, props.
If you're white, but you recognize the effects of colonialism and imperialism, if you recognize that racism is a problem and if you stand in solidarity with the oppressed, there is nothing to worry about.
It's bigger than hip-hop.
This sounds like not music. Go listen to real music, like the kind that uses music theory top evoke emotion, rather than relying strictly on lyrics and a major or minor key. Trust me, its not hard, and the white oppressor can't take your internet away that easily.
@5Your reasoning seems to foreign to my usual habits. I mainly restrict my listening to that which sends an important message. I like a lot of instrumentals too, and for that I agree with you, but if it has lyrics, which is the majority of what I listen to, I usually consider that the most important part.Evoking emotion doesn't matter as much to me.
I say we all rush the pentagon, pull out gunsAnd grab the intercom, my first word's will be I believeMan made god, outta ignorance and fearIf God made man, then why the hell would he put us here?I thought he's supposed to be the all lovingThe same God who let hitler put the jews in the oven