Can we stop letting cacs use hiphop for career boost

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Dude Post Malone has a following comparable to Eminem. He has been one of the most popular artists of the streaming era 'we' couldn't stop him if we wanted to. Kid Rock set the blueprint.
 

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They needed hip hop to lose its adult fatherly voice and turn gangster and useless so the infiltration becomes easier..
Public Enemy had a lot of cac fans. The same cac fans that listened to Public Enemy listened to Wutang and Rage Against the Machine. Those cacs just like rebel music. If they feel you not rebelling enough they move on to the next.
 

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Public Enemy had a lot of cac fans. The same cac fans that listened to Public Enemy listened to Wutang and Rage Against the Machine. Those cacs just like rebel music. If they feel you not rebelling enough they move on to the next.

So what CAC equivalent of a Wu Tang or Public Enemy was there? :jbhmm:

Cause when rappers were spitting the 5%er logic, CAC rappers were legit confused because it was 100% impossible for them to make content like that.

You know when CACs started to thrive? When simple short bus party rap took over.
 

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They needed hip hop to lose its adult fatherly voice and turn gangster and useless so the infiltration becomes easier..

Yep. Most CAC rappers hate when knowledge of self was on the radio and kicking Black History facts.
 

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Yep. Most CAC rappers hate when knowledge of self was on the radio and kicking Black History facts.

They couldnt wait for free-for-all debauchery of today to kick in so the stringent standards set by hip hop purists and the pro Black were no longer in place.
 

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Em and Paul wall stay hip hop and even put other black artist on

Dudes like Kid Rock the perfect example comes in when white people wasn’t even fukking with him and got Run DMC backin him and u see the JayZ and Dnice around him and now white audiences supporting him and once he get light its ok fukk rap and let me get it with Rock and now he parading around with trump
 

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Miley Cyrus.
Post Malone.
Justin Timberlake.
Pink.
Elvis Presley.
Kid Rock.
Jack Harlow.
Elvis Costello.
Benny Goodman.
Vanilla Ice.
John Mayer.
DJ Vlad.
Adam 22.
Rinse & repeat.

They've been running the same play on us for decades.
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Can’t forget about Mark Walberg.
Yeah, Marky Mark aka OG John Cena was out the same time when you had the other white group out, Young Black Teenagers. Then a few years later there was Milkbone. They got payola radio play, but went nowhere. (Except DJ Skribble)...i would mention 3rd Bass, but at least we got Nas out of that 🙏🏾

Here's an interview with YBT 🥴



They couldnt wait for free-for-all debauchery of today to kick in so the stringent standards set by hip hop purists and the pro Black were no longer in place.

It exploded during the late 90s/early 2000s when you had those white underground backpack rappers showing up. (Rawkus Records era, Necro etc)

They couldn't talk about street stuff, so they threw shots at mainstream rappers talking about brands (Bad Boy, Jigga, etc). They tried branding their music as 'Real Hip-Hop'.

You also had Eamon trying to do R&B.

I'm just glad the 'White Girl Mob' (Lil Debbie, Kreayshawn & V-Nasty) didn't amount to anything. They might've been able to catch on with the current TikTok gen
 
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So what CAC equivalent of a Wu Tang or Public Enemy was there? :jbhmm:

Cause when rappers were spitting the 5%er logic, CAC rappers were legit confused because it was 100% impossible for them to make content like that.

You know when CACs started to thrive? When simple short bus party rap took over.
There wasn’t any Cac rappers on their level. Cacs just like those groups cuz to them they were rebellious. Those ccas were rebellious against their parents and such. I remember back in the day Wutang and Rage against the Machine went on tour around the time Forever came out nothing but CACS in the audience. Eminem is probably the most skilled white mc ever but his content is corny and he racist.
 
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