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News Message from Hip Hop Group X-Clan Member Brother J
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Written by Brother J ID3102   
Thursday, 02 November 2006 23:04

Message from hip hop group The X-Clan’s Grand Verbalizer Brother J

Date: Nov 2, 2006 6:39 PM

Peace to all,

I am proud to see so many cultures reaching out to preserve conscious music. There is such a positive response not only to the coming of the new X Clan Album, but to the merging of Hip Hop subcultures. We have become so separate in the hip hop nation that we lose the definition of what good music really is. Good music serves the people, it shouldn''t destroy our faith in life; it shouldn''t divide the elder and younger generations. My mission is to serve the people with what they deserve; a positive message in a negative time. If I did this album with no music the content should still stimulate evolution in hip writers, in the coach potatoes who aspire to be American idols, etc. I''m not out to save the world in a day, getting hip hop back to a believable status of maturity is a serious task.

The new X Clan album (Return from Mecca) is the guinea pig project for a new "Golden Era" in this new Millennium. Do the supporters of that era still exist? Does the original X Clan audience even listen to Hip Hop? Will the new generation embrace the X Clan like the previous generation? These are issues that I had to address when I started this project, these are questions I had before I approached any label; as you can see by this album's completion means I have faith in the people! The "Golden Era" of music was created by the people not the artists; the power of the people is not just a statement but a reality. It's time to represent! Every person that complains about radio and video content, every parent that can''t share current day Hip Hop with there seeds, every artist that spits fire intelligence and can''t be heard; Step up and reclaim your ground!

So with that said, take a look at all the independent artists that have been grinding; keeping it true to rhythm and knowledge; without your support they are nothing. The future Culture United movement is a collective of Hip Hop sub-cultures, religious sects, philosophers, etc.

Stay tuned to our myspace page http://www.myspace.com/xclanmusic for details. Our X Clan site ( www.xclanmusic.com ) is being restructured by Liberation Army clothing (big up to Rasta), we will have special gifts and music options for our supporters that grace our page. Big shout out to myspace.com for having us as featured artists for the week. Special thanks to all the street and internet teams that continue to spread the word.

Looking forward to giving you more. New videos and new music coming soon stay tuned.

Shout out to the Architect Paradise and the One Hood Coalition. I''m down to help out there in Pittsburgh let me know what's up?

Peace

Brother J

Sent by Paradise Gray

Honorary Chairman, Pittsburgh LOC

National Political Hip-hop Convention

Grand Arkitech Of The BlackWatch Movement

Minister Of Arts And Sciences Millions More Movement

Director Of Almost Home Youth Ministries

One Hood

Http://www.myspace.com/onehoodorg

Http://www.myspace.com/paradisegray

 
News Message from Hip Hop Group X-Clan Member Brother J

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