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Louis Farrakhan Says Rappers Are The New Leaders On “The Breakfast Club

Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, sits down for an interview with the Breakfast Club on New York’s Power 105. Minister Farrakhan discusses numerous topics, from Leadership responsibilities to police violence, poor education to lack of support from the government. He also speaks on the 20th anniversary of million man march, racism in america & his love for music.

Great interview, Farrakhan says Rappers have a responsibility to be better role models & Leaders for our troubled generation.

Multihop.tv salutes all the Hip Hop artist making positive music with a message for the youth, Hip Hop has always been the leader of the culture, clever witty mc’s spitting knowledge & wisdom to uplift the youth’s minds so they can be inspired to be leaders & make smarter decisions & also political lyrics about reality & life issues in america. But unfortunately mainstream radio & media doesn’t accurately promote the difference between Hip Hop culture and elements & Rap music lifestyle, they try to gel them together which is why the game is messed up. Then what makes it worse is major award shows like the Grammys or billboard’s don’t have a category for Real Hip Hop, instead they mislead the youth by saying they have a Hip Hop award that really should be called what it is, a Rap award.  Its time that award shows respect the culture & add a real category for Hip Hop so kids can learn that industry rap music which glorifies a flamboyant lifestyle & usually spreads a negative message should not be considered a Hip Hop award.

Peace & Respect to all the Hip Hop artist that have been & still are making positive music for the next generation. 

June 4: Kool DJ Red Alert, Marlon B & Looie Loo @ Spanish Harlem Hop Park Jams E. 109th & 3rd Ave NYC

2015 Tools of War True School NYC Summer Park Jams presented by Rane! Dedicated to Flyer King Buddy Esquire & Lucky Strike 
2015 SPANISH HARLEM HOP
June 4: Kool DJ Red Alert, Marlon B & Looie Loo
June 11: Eclipse, Evil Dee & Sucio Smash
June 18: Bobbito, Tony Touch & Forrest Getemgump
June 25: PopMaster Fabel, Bobby Morales & Lean Rock
Forever Host: GrandMaster Caz! Sound by DJ Jazzy Jay

Free! All Ages! Every Thursday in June from 3-7pm @ Poor Richard’s Playground E. 109th & 3rd Ave E. Harlem 6 train to 110th St. or trywww.hopstop.com.

Still Photography is welcome but No Video/Filming. No Alcohol or Drugs. No Vending without permission. Do not go behind the ropes or on stage.

The Friends of Crotona Park, Rane & Tools of War present:
JULY 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30: CROTONA PARK JAMS
4-8pm Free! All Ages! Feat. Legends & Pioneers Only on the turntables. It’s All About the DJs! Host: GrandMaster Caz. Enter Crotona Park at Crotona Park East & Charlotte St. Bronx NYC. 2 or 5 Train to 174th. Bronx NYC or BX 11, 15, 17, or 55. Every Thursday in July!

AUGUST 4, 11, 18 & 25: DIGGERS DELIGHT
4-8pm. Free! All Ages! DJs rock their funkiest but rarest tracks from back in the days that no one should be able to identify. St. Nicholas Park on 135th St. and St. Nicholas Ave. Harlem NYC. B/C to 135th. Every Tuesday in August!

SEPTEMBER
somewhere in either the Bronx or Harlem, God willing!

DJs who confirmed to rock the 2015 Tools of War True School NYC Summer Park Jams include Jazzy Jay, Biz Markie, DJ Steve Dee, Bobbito, Bobby Morales, Dj Lean Rock, DJ Slyce, Charlie Chase, Jorge Fabel Pabon (of course), Grandmaster Caz, DJ Marlon B, GrandWizzard Theodore, Chairman Mao, Kool DJ Red Alert, Looie Loo, DJ Eclipse, Evil Dee, Sucio Smash, Tony Touch, Forrest Getemgump, Rockin Rob, Chuck City, Sucio Smash, Edan, Undercover Brother, Raichous, Dr Duss & more tba!

SPONSORS:

RANE dj.rane.com (presenting)

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CORNELL HIP HOP COLLECTION http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/hiphop

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BORN IN THE BRONX www.amazon.com/Born-Bronx-Visual-Record-Early/dp/0789315408

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FABEL: www.facebook.com/JorgeFabelPabon

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Cypher Circuit is headed to Philly to sponsor a FREE Hip Hop show for the kids !!

cyphercircuit On Saturday May 30th, we’re heading to #Philly, where we’re teaming up with #MarstenHouse to sponsor a Free Hip-Hop Show for The Kids! featuring @CarnageXXXL, @_EddieMadrid, @bblphilly, @Denkugod and Special Guests. #hiphop #youth #education #passthetorch #movement

Read more at http://websta.me/n/cyphercircuit#EE307iZtEmeJ6L0Q.99

Derek Nichols recently tweeted a poem written by his 14-year-old brother Jordan. Clearly, Jordan, is quite insightful for his young age.

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Here’s what the poem said:

Our generation will be known for nothing.
Never will anybody say,
We were the peak of mankind.
That is wrong, the truth is
Our generation was a failure.
Thinking that
We actually succeeded
Is a waste. And we know
Living only for money and power
Is the way to go.
Being loving, respectful, and kind
Is a dumb thing to do.
Forgetting about that time,
Will not be easy, but we will try.
Changing our world for the better
Is something we never did.
Giving up
Was how we handled our problems.
Working hard
Was a joke.
We knew that
People thought we couldn’t come back
That might be true,
Unless we turn things around
(Read from bottom to top now)

 

Reading from bottom to top, the poem reads:

Unless we turn things around
That might be true,
People thought we couldn’t come back
We knew that
Was a joke.
Working hard
Was how we handled our problems.
Giving up
Is something we never did.
Changing our world for the better
Will not be easy, but we will try.
Forgetting about that time,
Is a dumb thing to do.
Being loving, respectful, and kind
Is the way to go.
Living only for money and power
Is a waste. And we know
We actually succeeded
Thinking that
Our generation was a failure.
That is wrong, the truth is
We were the peak of mankind.
Never will anybody say,
Our generation will be known for nothing.

 

Poems like this remind us that the future of our society lies in its youth. The fact that such words can come out of a 14-year-old’s mouth demonstrates that today’s youth can be brave and ambitious with big dreams for the world. After all, only by believing you can change the world will you actually do.