Sach O: Rick Ross & Game April 16, 2010
Current major label rap is just another form of pop. Its connection to any sort grass-roots Hip-Hop culture is tenuous at best and I’m not talking about KRS-ONE’s  mystical-religious pseudo-Jedi geek KULTCHA either: acts like Rick Ross and Game are polished entertainers supported by a major label system. They exist in more or less the […]
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Last week, I covered a listening party for Ludacris‘ KY jelly-opus, Battle of the Sexes. One of the album’s lone saving graces was the “How Low Remix,” featuring everyone’s favorite grizzly boss, Rick Ross. To fully unpack the power, depth, and semiotic intricacy of his vision, we must study his words. “I’m so visionary/my women […]
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