Teenage trap rapper Chief Keef has been making waves within the rap community since Kanye remixed his Midwest region hit ‘I Don’t Like’. The remix landed him a spot on Insterscope records. If you listen to Keef, lyrics are not his strong suit, but he does have a presence similar to Waka Flocka Flame. Young Jeezy and T.I. have all given Keef their cosign – conscious rapper and Chicago native Rhymefest has not. In a guest post on the blog donnienicole.com, Rhymefest goes off on why he thinks Chief Keef and other rappers that glorify drugs are bad for the culture:
Chief Keef is a “Bomb”, he represents the senseless savagery that white people see when the news speaks of Chicago violence. A Bomb has no responsibility or blame, it does what it was created to do; DESTROY! Notice, no one is talking about the real culprits, the Bomb maker or the pilot who is deploying this deadly force (Labels, Radio Stations). Its easier to blame the bomb. Bombs are not chosen for their individual talents, they are tools used for collateral damage.
To think of the persona of Chief Keef as a person would be the first mistake, he will more then likely come and go without us knowing much of anything about his personal pains, struggles, great loves and ambitions beyond rap. He is a spokesman for the Prison Industrial Complex. Every corporation is expected to grow at least 4% each quarter, many prisons are privately owned with stock being traded on the open market.
If these corporations were to do commercials, jingles and promotions who would they hire? You got it, most of the main stream rappers we salivate over like Rick Ross the former correctional officer turned Drug Lord Boss rapper. Waka Flocka Flame gang bang “GO HARD IN THE PAINT” and Chief Keef the newest lottery pick in the “Get paid to destroy young minds, like we destroyed yours” Sweepstakes.
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