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With the recent death of O.D.B. (RIP) and DMX's issues with the legal system, modern day rap hit a decline and has reached, in our opinion, an all time low. Without these Record Label Warriors, and with rap CEO Russell Simmons trying to ban words like nigga, bitch, jew, and hoe from rap music, fans today are just getting more and more fed up with the rap game and are calling for a change. The kind of change that can only be brought about by some sick, nasty shit with some redic spes. At a time when the industry needs some major audio elation, the Pu-Tang Clan has garnered a cast of rappers with enough MC Gusto to pull it off. Ever since the turn of the Willenium, the industry has been flooded by a whole new generation of bullshit rappers and other black performers like Fat Joe, 50 Cent with G-Unit, Rihanna, The Game, Beyonce, Usher, P. Diddy, Justin Timberlake, The Black Eyed Peas, Kanye West, Ciara, T-Pain, and Jay-Z is trying to come back when he never should have started rapping. We need a new breed of rapper to North Carolina Come On and Raise Up (just like Petey Pablo would do), rappers with balls that hang low enough to step up and fill the shoes of the greats like Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, The Wu-Tang Clan, N.W.A., Brotha Lynch Hung, Coolio, Ice Cube, House of Pain, and Naughty by Nature. Rappers who can put an end to all the nonsense of Laffy-Taffying and Walking it Out. There are still some good quality rappers out there (Ludacris, Lil Jon, DMX, the Ying Yang Twins, Lil Wayne, 3 6 Mafia, everybody who gets crunk and everybody who gets hyphy) and some of the old dinosaurs who have started to suck (Snoop Dogg), and we invite them to join us in taking back the airwaves and using the radio as a means of spreading our lyrically explicit messages aimed at corrupting america's youth.

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