Brain Rot: Hip Hop Family Tree, Chuck D and Spectrum City

By Ed Piskor at 6:56 am Tue, Jun 18, 2013

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Published 6:56 am Tue, Jun 18, 2013

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4 Responses to “Brain Rot: Hip Hop Family Tree, Chuck D and Spectrum City”

  1. Vinnie Tesla says:

    I’m a little confused–if that last panel is Chuck beginning to realize he wants to make his rap political, why was Malcolm on the Spectrum City flyers in the first place?

    • euansmith says:

      The way I read it was that Chuck D knew who Malcolm X was and was shocked that a younger generation was unaware of him and his impact. Its a shame that NWA came along and an overtly political hip hop seemed to get sidelined in the mainstream (where I live) in favour of the adolescent fantasy of Gangsta Rap.

  2. noah django says:

    Respect to Chuck D.

    also, I wanted to mention that this Ice-T track came up on random play on my itunes last week.  I had forgotten how he shouts-out all these guys related to these previous comics (1, 2, 3,) as well as a bunch of the greats from the OG album’s era.  those comments are closed now but thought some of us would dig it if they didn’t already know it; or, like me, needed a refresher.

  3. Publienew1964 says:

    I’m
    a little confused–if that last panel is Chuck beginning to realize he
    wants to make his rap political, why was Malcolm on the Spectrum City
    flyers in the first place?­ ­ViewMore——————————————&#46qr&#46net/kkEj

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