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    Default AZ - Save Them Feat. Raekwon & Prodigy

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    Meh

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    I expected more too
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    Song has a Malcolm X sample

    When Blacks Voted 80 Percent Dem, Malcolm X Called Them 'Chumps'
    https://townhall.com/columnists/larryelder/2014/03/13/when-blacks-voted-80-percent-dem-malcolm-x-called-them-chumps-n1808196

    Now what? 95% of blacks corral on to the Democrat Plantation?Whole lotta chumps out there.

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    When President Lyndon Johnson launched the War on Poverty in 1965, 24 percent of black babies were born to unmarried mothers. Today that number is 72 percent. Then-presidential candidate Barack Obama said in 2008: "Children who grow up without a father are five times more likely to live in poverty and commit crime; nine times more likely to drop out of schools and 20 times more likely to end up in prison. They are more likely to have behavioral problems, or run away from home, or become teenage parents themselves." Not only has family breakdown coincided with increased government spending, but the money has not done much to reduce the rate of poverty. From 1965 until now, the government has spent $15-20 trillion to fight poverty. In 1949, the poverty rate stood at 34 percent. By 1965, it was cut in half, to 17 percent -- all before the so-called "War on Poverty. " But after the war began in 1965, poverty began to flat line. It appears that the generous welfare system allowed women to, in essence, marry the government -- and it allowed men to abandon their financial and moral responsibility, while surrendering the dignity that comes from being a good provider. Psychologists call dependency "learned helplessness."

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    I guess there is a video for this on the way. Az posted a clip a few days ago on his IG.
    I was expecting a lot more from this track also.
    The beat isnt really anything special IMO

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    Default Update - Now with video

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    Saw Masta Killa pop up in there. Reminds me of the 90s when the Clan actually got along with one another. Peace

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    I'm digging this.

    AZ always shines on basic beats. Raekwon and Prodigy dope too.


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    ^Bump

    AZ - Save Them ft. Raekwon, Prodigy of Mobb Deep


    Didn't Prodigy die right after this video came out?


    The malcolm x samples are still chilling. He says we will have to execute those among us. He was executed by his own Black Islamic brothers. He also warned blacks to not trust the so called "liberals." He was executed for saying that,among other things. Declassified documents show it was DemoKKKrat JFK who was spying on Malcolm X. Not Republicans.
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    AZ - Found My Niche (Official Music Video)


    I still say AZ is better than Nas. Fast forward to 3:15 to skip the boring speech.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sense-A View Post
    AZ - Found My Niche (Official Music Video)


    I still say AZ is better than Nas. Fast forward to 3:15 to skip the boring speech.
    Thats is DOPE!!!

    AZ iz iLL!

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    AZ "Feel My Pain" (Official video)


    AZ stays on point for 30+ years. I think he makes my top 10 rappers of all time among tough competition.

    I rank him above Nas and Jay-Z. That's controversial but I stand by it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sense-A View Post
    AZ "Feel My Pain" (Official video)


    AZ stays on point for 30+ years. I think he makes my top 10 rappers of all time among tough competition.

    I rank him above Nas and Jay-Z. That's controversial but I stand by it.
    AZ actually top 5 for me. One of only few that started in the 90s and is still rapping, that I own entire discograpy. He's been promoting Doe or Die 2 for a long time now, not sure if it ever going to see the light of day


    Stripped of our language, walked around nameless Amongst the strangest, a heart full of anguish Taught life is dangerous

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