Any discussion or commentary of hip hop that does not include or even acknowledge Zulu Nation, its history and work in discussion what Hip Hip "is" should not be taken seriously. This really isn't a NEW position for Zulu Nation, its just that people pay more attention to corporate backed imagery and not the actual culture. This isn't limited to Hip Hop For those who missed it.... Corporate vs. Culture Hip Hop directly connected to the 60's movements
SH*T Just Got REAL! The Zulu Nation Calls Out World Star Hip-Hop’s Owner On Their Betrayal Of Hip-Hop and Black People In General MARCH 4, 2013 BY WYMS 13 COMMENTS welp… Somebody had to do it. And who better than the Zulu Nation to say what we have all been thinking when it comes to this “Wold Star Hip-Hop” phenomenon. But is the Zulu Nation right to try to censor this brother? Or is asking for some balance in the images represented on the infamous site a fair request. Should we put a case...
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