Letter to the Entertainment Sambo

Posted by admin on March 21, 2014

Sambo Ass Artist and Rappers

Letter to the Entertainment Sambo


At first I thought it was just me. I thought to myself, is it just me, or is Talent in regards to music a thing of the past. I mean don’t get me wrong, I strive to make myself believe it is a colorblind world, and that if you work hard and grind your way to the top, then it means something. I look at the music industry today, and I see the Black artist, The African American Performer, weather its in Hip Hop;  the culture created from minority expression of street-life through music, or even R&B, the art form that derived from Blues, Jazz and Soul, and it seems all washed up. It seems like a bunch of people willing to sell their soul to be “Somebody” or to be “Famous” all swimming around in the same fake ass cesspool, screwing their way to the top. It seems like the next “Gangster Rapper” or “Video Vixen” or R&B Slut, I mean singer, are all on reality fake ass TV waiting to build up enough followers to get their next deal. I thought I was in the twilight zone, and as an artist myself, I thought maybe this is art, as art is expression and left up into interpretation. But no! That is bullshit.

Take a look at this article I found on RapRehab.com and tell me what you think. It is a letter to all of these fake ass Sambo type artist, and I don’t know who wrote it, if it is real or if it is just a joke, but it goes to show how troubling Black music has become, and how it is effecting what little culture there is left. Its a shame we don’t wake up and build our own labels together. I am really starting to think its time to do away with Hip Hop as we know it, and make it evolve. Evolve it to something we believe in, like we used to. Evolve it to something that is accountable to the streets, because Rappers these days, all they do is look down on the same people who believed in you, and they sell the same old dope to our streets, a hustle that has grown old and tired, and has put more Niggaz  in jail or in the ground than the KKK. Its time for the dumbs shit to stop. For real. But hey man, I’m not the preacher, or the teacher. I’m just a knuckle head that grew up. A knuckle head that made it out, that is still alive. I know I made it through with songs like Maze “Golden Time of Day” Outkast’s “Liberation, Spice 1′s “Welcome to the Ghetto” and Tupac’s “Hold ya Head”. And the list goes on.

I am just somebody who wants change. —Dr. Black

Here is the article from Rap Rehab.com CHECK THE VIBE