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"I was young, but Chuck didn't seem like a rapper to me. He seemed like a Civil Rights leader who just happened to rap."
This is a must-listen if you love Hip-Hop, music in general, and Black culture.
It's hard to fathom, but it's been more than 15 years since the seminal basketball movie of our lifetime was released in May of 1998.
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I saw this floating around over the weekend but didn't feel compelled to watch it. Then Suave emailed me a link today and demanded that I give it attention. First of all, nobody tells John Gotty™ to do a gosh darn thing. But I thought that after I hit play because, one thing about Suave is he has pretty keen (although sometimes quirky) tastes. I didn't make it through all of this but the first thirty minutes where riveting enough for me to say "hey, this should close up shop today for those hangin' out and killing time. For the 'younger gods' trying to get a grasp on what it all meant.
I remember a few months back that Crooked I was yappin' about hate that emanated from West Coast elders towards "the New West.