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A War of Words: Rappin Tate X Fights Back With Positive Rap

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Host Naimah Latif

Host Naimah Latif


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Many African American rap artists used the spoken word to raise consciousness and fight for social justice. How did our rap artists get turned as weapons against us? Degenerate lyrics that refer to blacks as "N-----" and woman as "B----" flood the airwaves and sink directly into the ears of our youth through I-pods, creating a generation with low morals, low self esteem and low behavior.  Rappin Tate da Great, now Brother Tate X, has come back with powerful lyrics to fight a spiritual war of words. His DVD and upcoming music videos are designed to kill the "N word" and the "B word" for good, as he raises consciousness through rap and calls out those artists who have misused their gifts to encourage the worst in us.  He's on a mission to restore respect for African American people and for woman through the power of the spoken word.