The Source |Top 10 Of Malcolm X Influences In Hip Hop Music

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The Source |Top 10 Of Malcolm X Influences In Hip Hop Music

Top 10 Of Malcolm X Influences In Hip Hop Music Top 10 Of Malcolm X Influences In Hip Hop Music

Visit for more information Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little also known to many as El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz, was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist born in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 19, 1925. He was a courageous advocate for the rights of Blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against Black-Americans, and his detractors accused him of preaching racism and violence. To many, he is the greatest and most influential African-American in history. In celebration of his birthday today, re-releases a list of the artists and their works that have been directly influenced by Malcolm X, and his passion for uplifting the people. Advertisement 1. Tupacs Speech at the Malcolm X Banquet in 1992 in Atlanta, GA Makaveli gives a raw, uncut speech in Atlanta at Malcolm X banquet honoring the slain icons personal influence on him 2. Self Destruction-Stop the Violence Movement after the death of DJ Scott La Rock in 1987, Hip Hop pleads to end black on black crime with the KRS One founded movement Stop the Violence 3.Black Is Black Lakim Shabazz The 5% MC dropped this track on his 1990 Pure Righteousness album, sampling Malcolms fiery The Black Revolution speech 4. KRS Ones By All Means Necessary Album cover For their sophomore album, KRS & BDP drew inspiration from Malcolm X in creating their cover photo and choosing the album title making it stand out as one of the most dynamic albums in rap music at that time 5. Tonz O Gunz Gangstarr Rapping over a melodic and infectious beat the emcee educates his listeners on the track featuring Malcolm Xs famous Fire and Fury Grass Roots Speech 6. Malcolm Ghostface Killah The most consistent and lyrical wordsmith of the Wu-Tang raps, Ayo/Im like Malcolm out the window with the joint/ hooded up,blood in my eye/I let two fly.. 7. Malcolm, Garvey, Huey Dead Prez In a remake of Lloyd Banks Beamer, Benz, or Bentley, new millennium conscious pioneers dead prez dropped this ode to their three favorite Black leaders 8. No Mercy Immortal Technique Hardcore, underground hip hop song that samples the famous speech The Ballot or the Bullet from the man known as Detroit Red 9. Bring The Noise Public Enemy Malcolm introduces the phrase, too black, too strong, to the Hip Hop culture, and ironically, Chuck D mentions Minister Louis Farrakhans name in the song as well 10. Artist names/group names derived directly from Malcolm X (Sadat X, Mia X, and X-Clan) These are just the most notable of artists that adopted the X for their identities in the rap game, showing their respects to Malcolm X Read more

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