Lethal Weapon: Drill Rap v Racism

“These n---as claim 300, but we BDK,” they chant, using gang shorthand for Black Disciple killers.

Stanford:Ice Cube's early songs attacked white racism; Ice-T sang a song about a cop killer; Public Enemy challenged listeners to "fight the power". But many newer acts are focused almost entirely on pathologies within the black community. They rap about shooting other blacks, but almost never about challenging govemmental authority or encouraging social activism. 14

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