2/9/2001 12:00:00 AM
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I bought the latest magazine of Revolution tonight, it seemed good since it was on the history of hiphop.
One of the columns inside is entitled "How To Get Ahead In Hip-Hop", and a subcatagory called "Death As A Career Move". 2Pac's album 'Still I Rise', was mentioned in there. This is what they had to say:
First there was his shooting injury in Las Vegas, then came the sexual assult charges against him. But that wasn't the last of Tupac - not until he was killed in a drive-by shooting in 1996.
I don't like how they put 2Pac's album under the subcatagory "Death As A Career Move". 2Pac didn't need to die to have fame, he had it all along without it. He has tremendous skills, and it's a shame we had to lose him at such a young age.
Here's the information on Eminem in the magazine.
One of the columns inside is entitled "How To Get Ahead In Hip-Hop", and a subcatagory called "Snap, Cracker, Pop". Eminem's was mentioned in there. This is what they had to say:
The popular fair-skinned rabble-rouser is penning what coule become a new model for success: legal troubles. After all, if anything is more unusual than this Jerry Springer Show character type's tattooed skin, it's his numerous family problems and court hearings (and wishing death upon Everlast).
This catagory is pathetic. It's about white rappers with nerdy real names and masking their nerdy lifes. I'm thinking that it was some ignorant black people that wrote this magazine, cause they all think rap is a black thing.
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