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Aria

Hip Hop discussion

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TermX, The Black Album is legendary - too bad he came back with worse albums than this.

Also a great Just Blaze beat.

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TermX, The Black Album is legendary - too bad he came back with worse albums than this.

Also a great Just Blaze beat.

yea, public service announcement is my ringtone biggrin.gif

Lucifer in reverse..

Classic.

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What?

He's talking about the nation of islam/the nation of gods and earths

Origin of Five-Percent title The term Five Percent comes from NOI doctrine that sees the world population divided into three groups: 85% of the people are blind to the knowledge of themselves and God, while 10% of the people know the truth but teach a lie for their personal gain; seen as part of this 10% are religious leaders that teach that God is an incorporeal being (hence the term "mystery God"). The 10% also includes the governments and corporations of the world that deceive and mislead the majority of the world through most of the available media outlets. The remaining 5% are the poor righteous teachers — those who do not subscribe to the teachings of the 10% as they know and teach that God is the Blackman of Asia. Black in Five-Percent doctrine includes all human beings, regardless of ethnicity, who adhere to the Black-Hearted Perspective or the Way of Love, and Asia refers to the whole planet Earth, or Pangaea.

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Oh ok I see, never heard of it, thanks.

A majority of the New-Yorker rappers are part of Nation of islam and nation of gods and earths.

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A majority of the New-Yorker rappers are part of Nation of islam and nation of gods and earths.

Isn't Snoop Dogg also a member of Nation of Islam?

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Isn't Snoop Dogg also a member of Nation of Islam?

Yes. For a or two years. Ice Cube is also a member of NOI (he was, but i don't know if he's still).

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Yes. For a or two years. Ice Cube is also a member of NOI (he was, but i don't know if he's still).

Interesting...

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RZA is really good too, but I'm kinda the younger generation :P Ya know Kanye, Dr. Dre, Just Blaze, Cool & Dre, Scott Storch..

Might be... again I'm probably too young.

The RZA has made 90% of the Wu-Tang Albums / of solo albums of the Wu-Tang members.

Maybe you're too young, but if you're a hip-hop fan ya must know this stuff :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e69laCvKxEw&feature=related

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The RZA has made 90% of the Wu-Tang Albums / of solo albums of the Wu-Tang members.

Maybe you're too young, but if you're a hip-hop fan ya must know this stuff :

Ok well CREAM is a legendary track :D

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