WHODINI !! - Was against Commercialized Hip-Hop!

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[Story posted by my homie - John-Trinity Range]

If you listen carefully to the undertone of this song, you'll see that Whodini is actually making a profound statement about the evolution of hip-hop. The lead of the song expresses how true hip-hop is FROM THE HEART... It should never be originated by a "machine", commercialized, watered down, or altered in anyway tha...t would suggest - artificial, superficial, replica of OUR LIFE & TIMES. Have we finally reached that day and age where the TRUE MC is pushed of the stage.... (Nas, Common, Lauryn Hill, Talib Kweli, Black Thought, Andre 3000, Ceelo, KRS-ONE, Rakim) and instead we have replaced them with the Commercialized Rap Machine that duplicates sounds to seek success? (Soulja Boy, Jay-Z, 50 Cent, etc.)

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Posted on 9:56 AM by Lisa Ford and filed under | 2 Comments »

2 comments:

John-Trinity said... @ November 9, 2009 at 12:00 PM

The Rap Machine: "I am the Rap Machine; may I rap with you?" Ecstacy: "No, you can't...." I love this song. Whodini, in this profound message, shows that they were YEARS ahead of their time...

ZODCORE said... @ November 10, 2009 at 12:10 PM

DAMN! Whodini was like gangsta pimps from outerspace. Much respect to the boys that paive the way to awesome music. Two thumbs way up!