An Enquiry into the Nietzschean Qualities of Rap Music

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blaq ghetto orgies
In the debased age we find ourselves in, the twilight of of the European race, it is no surprise that violent rap music is so popluar among the young, the most vital members of society. Gangsta rap is an essentially healthy and life affirming music, filled with crude vitality and "rude health" in the original sense. It contrasts greatly with the rotten shell of European art music, sunk in a decadent swamp of twisted Christian virtues. Ultra violent rap music preserves the noble barbarian virtues that sustained our ancestors. In the words of Nietzsche, "What is good? All that heightens the feeling of power in man, the will to power, power itself.... What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome." The classic Nietzschean values are exactly those exalted in rap music: Generosity, strength, courage, hard heartedness, wealth, power.
Niccolo and Donkey

American Negroes are men who live ahistorically - there's nothing Nietzschean about their pop-culture vagaries.

There was perhaps a ''Nietzschean'' component to Malcolm X's early political thought, as he was trying to create an entirely new historical horizon (extricated from what he perceived as the basic corruption of White, Christian society) that would facilitate Black racial survival and development, but its specious to claim any such thing about the nigger underclass.

Some make-believe macho subculture that is rooted in pointless violence, posturing, and fetishistic greed is highly decadent. Its evidence of an inability by Blacks to manage their historical circumstances. Its anti-Nietzschean.

Niccolo and Donkey
Gangsta Rap was the co-option of hip hop by market forces led by Jewish music producers. Previously, hip hop had taken a revolutionary-nationalist turn with a heavy emphasis on Malcolm X, the Nation of Islam, and Five Percenters. However, market forces dictated that the lowest common denominator is best and the crass materialism and crude violence of gangsta rap was much more palatable to the wider available audience.
Bob Dylan Roof