The Hebrew Mamita is Vanessa Hidary's kvetching opus for Jewish identity in a world of secular skeptisim. It hits home for me, as a member of the Tribe Called Moshe, but the language enraptures anyone who will listen.
Niggers, Niggas and Niggaz calls out the black community's constant use of the N-Word. Some may argue that African Americans have "taken back" the slur of white slave masters, but Julian Curry questions the prevalence of the ugly word in the vocabulary of blacks in America.
Before John Mayer and Graduation, there was just Kanye on stage and his accapella rendition. Bitter Sweet was just a poem, and is amazing to hear when he's performing the spoken word. Extra bonus: freestyle with extra egotism!
Know your roots, and the rap just keeps getting better.
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