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  • Oct 17, 2020

    The rags to riches story is easily the most common in all of rap music and plays into the American Dream/ Capitalist ideology perfectly. But I wonder, will artists ever start talking about distributing wealth and then it blows up? The ideology seems more popular than ever and the Zoomers are becoming disillusioned with Capitalism so I wonder if a shift will ever happened. I think the American Dream is so ingrained with hip-hop and the culture that the socialist type of rap would only probably blow up as a meme but could it ever make an actual splash?

  • Oct 17, 2020
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    Nope

    every rapper wants to be a billionaire

    hip hop the most capitalistic genre

  • No

  • CKL TML 馃尯
    Oct 17, 2020

    New generation doesnt rap about anything so unlikely (felt like a boomer writing this but idc)

  • EuroNymous 馃數
    Oct 17, 2020
    1 reply

    jpegmafia out now

  • Tubig 馃寠
    Oct 17, 2020
    EuroNymous

    jpegmafia out now

  • Nah not even close might

  • EuroNymous 馃數
    Oct 17, 2020

    anarcho trap coming out soon

  • Oct 17, 2020

    Nah. Rap is about getting money by any means. Even if it means hurting the next man for a buck. And usually thats what it involves

  • EuroNymous 馃數
    Oct 17, 2020
    1 reply

    my next big piece i am gonna release on here is going to be how music industry would look under socialist/communist

  • Oct 17, 2020
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  • Oct 17, 2020
    2 replies
    EuroNymous

    my next big piece i am gonna release on here is going to be how music industry would look under socialist/communist

    probably much less interesting tbh

  • Oct 17, 2020

    Hopped out the foreign
    Country to my destination
    F***in up the city and the whole nation
    Govna On the corner viewin me impatient
    Watchin my every move from my house to the station
    Ain鈥檛 got s*** like my bruddas but that鈥檚 just how it be
    and all I got is apartment with a s***ty tv

  • Oct 17, 2020
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    Bill

    The rags to riches story is easily the most common in all of rap music and plays into the American Dream/ Capitalist ideology perfectly. But I wonder, will artists ever start talking about distributing wealth and then it blows up? The ideology seems more popular than ever and the Zoomers are becoming disillusioned with Capitalism so I wonder if a shift will ever happened. I think the American Dream is so ingrained with hip-hop and the culture that the socialist type of rap would only probably blow up as a meme but could it ever make an actual splash?

    No

  • EuroNymous 馃數
    Oct 17, 2020
    zenirama

    probably much less interesting tbh

    i wouldn't say that by the late 70s the eastern bloc was pretty exposed to western music and lots of post punk/new wave bands became hugely popular and they quite popular

    under nazi regime you would be correct because they banned non aryan style music (jazz)

  • Choking 馃
    Oct 17, 2020

    anyone got the interview clip where Young Thug said he'd redistribute the wealth or something?

  • Savage Mode 2 out now

  • Oct 17, 2020

    capitalism to the

  • Tubig 馃寠
    Oct 17, 2020

  • Oct 17, 2020

    B**** I got that equality (Equality!)

    You and me dawg?

    Distributed the same quantity (quantity!)

  • Oct 17, 2020

    Idk but it has to be believable

    I haven鈥檛 seen anyone with 鈥渆at the rich鈥 in their social media bios or anyone who makes guillotine jokes that look like they鈥檙e about that life

  • EuroNymous 馃數
    Oct 17, 2020

    The Coup is another hip hop duo which i know are marxists

  • Oct 17, 2020
    coltrup
    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOtzkjzY5GQ

    lmfaooo

  • Tubig 馃寠
    Oct 17, 2020
    1 reply

    I mean what the f*** is a socialist rap? There's plenty of rappers that have socialist views or ideas in their music.

    It's not like these rappers are all "pro capitalism" or "capitalist rappers", their raps are fed by their environment and they live in a capitalist country.

    they aint talking about the free market in their songs

  • Oct 17, 2020
    Tubig

    I mean what the f*** is a socialist rap? There's plenty of rappers that have socialist views or ideas in their music.

    It's not like these rappers are all "pro capitalism" or "capitalist rappers", their raps are fed by their environment and they live in a capitalist country.

    they aint talking about the free market in their songs

    My thought is like, will there ever be an equivalent to a song like 鈥淛uicy鈥 by Biggie that blows up with lyrics about socialist ideology/values

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