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Charlamagne: Jay Electronica Needs More Music to Call Out J. Cole

Check out Charlamagne interview with Vlad Tv speaking on hip hop emcees .. J electronica sending shots @ J cole and Drake @ a show in london.

“Jay Electronica claims to be the God of Hip-Hop,” he said to a london crowd, “You might be the 6 God, but I am the God.” Later on, he cut off Skepta’s “Shutdown” to proclaim “I’m sorry but J. Cole ain’t got bars like this. I’m sorry, whoever your favorite rapper is, they all know that I’m the God.”

Guess ..  J electronica never heard of .. RAKIM

 

Check out Public Enemy’s : New video – Man Plans God Laughs

Public Enemy is back with a New Album, its out now support revolutionary hip hop artist with a real message in there music.

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Are you a Radical? Are you a Pacifist? Are you scared to Fight? Are you Grown? Do you Stand Up? Are you Owned? ORDER:https://www.rcsmusic.com/35575995…/man-plans-god-laughs.html

 

This Thursday May 21st, the God Mc Rakim is performing @ the legendary venue ” Sob’s ” in New York City.

To all you Hip Hop Mc’s, Rappers,  Artists, Poets, Knowledge is King consider this show an investment in your career learn from a lyrical genius Rakim 1 of if not the greatest Mc to ever grab the Mic will be performing in New York City the Mecca / Origin of Hip Hop @ the legendary venue SOB’S ….

Thursday, May 21 2015 : 7:30PM doors / 9:00PM show$25 in advance – $30 day of show (age 21+)Hip Hop / Rap

In the history of the Hip-Hop, few artists have had as great an impact on the development and progression of the art forms lyrical style as Rakim Allah.  Universally referenced as one of the Masters of the Microphone and an influence and inspiration to his peers and followers alike, Rakim first exploded onto the scene with the release of iconic Eric B. is President in 1986 with long time collaborator Eric B.  The single marked a turning point in the Rap world – raising the bar for future emcees and revolutionizing the way rhymes are delivered to this day.  No serious discussion of the music’s greatest performers is held without a deferential accounting of his achievements, and no serious rap artist grips a microphone without channeling some of his legend.

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Rakim’s intricately intellectual lyrics draw their force from his worldly experience, inner faith and progressive contemplation; his liquid and seemingly effortless delivery – often imitated but still unrivaled – from a fire fueled by a deep understanding of not just Hip-Hop, but also the Jazz and R&B influences that have surrounded his family since his youth.  His recordings – including the all-time classics Paid In Full, Follow the Leader and The 18th Letter – have sold in the multi-millions worldwide.  Billboard, Rolling Stone, MTV and a host of others consistently refer to Paid in Full as “the greatest Hip-Hop album of all time” – a claim that often repeated in audience polls. These Platinum albums line the walls of the Broadway, MCA and Universal labels and, with a Rakim appearance near guaranteeing an explosion of sales, he has been recruited to add his star talents to projects for Alicia Keys, Jody Watley, Damian Marley, Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Mobb Deep, Lloyd Banks, Limp Bizkit, Gang Starr and Truth Hurts among many others.

Rakim’s uncanny innovation was the focal point of the critically acclaimed recreation of Bob Marley’sConcrete Jungle and has helped propel movie soundtracks such asJuice, Brown Sugar, the Rugrats, American Psycho and 8 Mile to Best Seller status.  His role model status has led world famous brands such as Reebok, The Coca Cola Company, LVMH, Ecko and Sean Jean to choose him as spokesperson.

Now with twenty-five years at the top of Hip-Hop’s Greatest list, the Long Island, NY native not only continues to record for himself, but also works with young artists signed to his own record imprint, Ra Records.  With recent tributes in 2012 such as being named the #1 Lyricist of All Time by The Source magazine, receiving the coveted BET Lifetime Achievement Award and being nominated to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, two original music projects, his first feature film role and sold-out international tours keeping the world’s eye on the one many call The GOD EmCee, Rakim Allah continues to lead where others just follow.

MARCH 27TH @ SOB’S .. IN NYC .. THE GOD MC .. RAKIM

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FOR ALL YOU NEW HIP HOP OR RAP ARTIST IF YOUR IN NYC MARCH 27TH  .. CLASS IS IN SESSION LEARN FROM THE BEST !!!

TREAT YOUR SELF TO A LYRICAL MASTERPIECE FROM HIP HOP’S GOD MC .. RAKIM

RAKIM IS A TRUE LEGEND & ICON OF HIP HOP & LYRICALLY IS KNOW AS THE BEST MC TO EVER TOUCH THE MIC.

THE GOD MC WILL PERFORM @ SOB’S MARCH 27TH IN NYC .. SUPPORT REAL HIP HOP SHOWS