I love hip-hop.
Hip-hop is our music, it’s black music, soul music. Hip-hop is more than beats and rhymes. Hip-hop is our culture, our heritage. Hip-hop is a product of our struggle, our pain, and our joy.
Hip-hop like everything from jazz to blues, from the soap you use to wash your ass to the architectural and mathematical genius of the pyramids. Everything that we’ve created is a product of, and proof of our connection to God. The fact that any kneegrow could classify that shit as hip-hop shows how the people have come to see themselves and their culture.
My people are truly Gods among men, but they choose to be the host for parasites.”
– Brotherhood of Sincerity