American white suprematist hip-hop disguised as underground radicalism

You know, it's weird. I never thought American nazis or pseudo-nazis would actually use hip-hop to convey their message, at least not yet. I must be painfully naive or something, but I thought hip-hop was, you know, the enemy.

But lo and behold:

Q-Strange - Pop

Good lord. The entire track is dedicated to graphically depicted lynching fantasies of a series of black musicians: Terror Squad, Akon, T-Pain, Soulja Boy, Young Dro, DJ Unk, Mims, Black Eyed Peas, Beyoncé, Rhianna, Ciara, Dannity Kane.

Don't ever come running again saying underground rap isn't essentially racist.


Unknown said...

Isn't he more of a Juggaloo than an out and out nazi?

Birdseed said...

Well yeah, that's what he claims.

Anonymous said...

hey, I'm from romania and racist rap is normal here



these are also translated into english

there are other songs promoting frowing grenades into roma homes and such ... the first racist songs go back to about 2003 but this is the first song that deals almost entirely with racism rather than just make some references to it