Aug 282012

Från Pimp C:s facebook-sida, ett exempel på hur polisen använder antiterroristlagar mot folk de ogillar:

“SHARE PLEASE & TAKE ACTION! Contact your local ACLU to get involved. To help Eric, reach out to the Tulane Law School’s criminal litigation clinic at

UGK Records recording artist: Eric “Vicious” Johnson has been wrongly implicated in a neighborhood shooting that ended in a bystander’s death. Under this terrorism statute, Eric is additionally charged with “the intention to intimidate or coerce the civilian population.” Because this terrorism law treats this situation as an act of public intimidation beyond typical murder, Eric is now facing the possibility of life imprisonment.

This is a tragic case that has taken the freedom of Mr. Eric Johnson, an innocent American citizen, a celebrated recording artist, father, and public servant. Through his music, Eric has spread a message of positivity that encourages youth to avoid the pitfalls of the violence and crime that he witnessed growing up.

Eric is an instrument of positive change on the community. He is not a murderer. This charge coupled with the terrorism statute has the potential to close the book on Eric’s honorable life. In this great nation, such an injustice cannot stand.

They are charging him with TERRORISM. The same thing Usama Bin Laden and the 9/11 hijackers were charged with. It’s a new law and it is not right to be used to target and incriminate innocent American citizens. Under this new law of classifying Eric as a terrorist, he can get shipped to Guantanamo Bay and be waterboarded with the people being arrested for terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. That’s not right to be able to move him to a foreign prison and torture him. He is being held indefinitely without being charged for a crime. He didn’t shoot anyone. It’ all circumstantial evidence and nothing but lies from random people on the street! Eric is innocent and people need to realize how wrong it is to pin a bogus TERRORISM case on him. Eric is a good person and would never condone any terrorism. Help spread the word and help free Eric!”

Apr 132011

Theodore Bone Crusher – Who Are We?
(391 views?! This youtube is some bullshit edit, but that Theodore Unit album had tracks. Ghost and Trife throwing darts over a grimy beat, grimier chorus provided by Bonecrusher.)

Mobb Deep f. Eightball – Where Ya From
(Laidback New York traditionalism, but Eighball seems well and comfortable in the mix.)

Fat Joe Big Pun Eightball – Heavyweights
(Huge beat. Pun’s verse is like the foulest ever.)

Cormega f. Lil Wayne – Who Can I Trust?
(True to his renegade nature Mega collaborated with Lil Wayne way back when he wasn’t even hot.)

Outkast f. Raekwon – Skew It On The Bar-B
Big Boi ft. Andre 3000 & Raekwon – Royal Flush

(“When the South was down, Rae was there for them. A lot of shit that I do, it just happens. How that Outkast shit jumps off is I’m pushing through the mall in the A, and I see the kid. And its like respect, kings respect kings. And we just got in the studio, I liked the niggas as individuals, and they looked at me the same way. We made history.“)

50 Cent Bun B – As The World Turns
(Bun B’s best song with an East Coast rapper? Or the one below?)

Jay-Z f. UGK – Big Pimping

Kool G Rap f. Killer Mike, Bun B – Real OG’s
(Tuff song I never see mentioned. From G Rap’s tape on G-Unit.)

Kool G Rap f. Ice Cube Geto Boys – Two To The Head
(These days collabos rarely come out this raw.)

Freeway f. Scarface – Baby Don’t Do It
(Listening to this daily, preferably on repeat. Scarface, best flow ever here.)

Gang Starr f. Scarface – Betrayal
(Premier at his best, ditto the storytelling.)

Ghostface f. Scarface – Face Off
(Would like a more official collabo between the greats, in the meantime this will do.)

Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel, Scarface – This Can’t Be Life


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