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Zayd Lives, F.O.T.O. Single #1, Is Out!

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

First single off Felicity Of The Oppressed is out now! Zayd Lives! Ansarullah’s slogan, “ALLAHU Akbar! Death To America! Death To ‘Israel’! Death To Saud! Curse Be On The Jews! Victory To Islam!”, is transformed into a lyrical lightning bolt and launched at all the enemies of Yemen and the world’s oppressed people. Produced by my younger brother Dark Night, this joint truly represents the universality of the Yemeni’s people struggle and the need for all of humanity to stand up in solidarity with them against the monstrous Saudi “royal” family.

Madd Cold – Feelin’ Like A Houthi

by Madd Cold (Jonathan Azaziah)

Sandals on our feet, daggers in our belt/We ain’t come to the world and start nagging it for help/Six wars we have endured and when the Saudis came, we proudly blazed ‘em alone, hammered ‘em and staggered ‘em, they knelt/They learned the consequences of daring to mess with the Houthis, we ain’t gonna have it in our realm/Left Saada a horror, there ain’t no winning lottery, it’s destitution/So you better believe we fought back properly for retribution/ Discriminated against and disenfranchised/“Tools of Iran”? Who you trying to fool, only stooge here is you, of the yahoud, so quit your damn lies/Telling you now Riyadh, hegemony is over with/Yemen was never a piece of real estate that you could just maintain endlessly in ownership/Defy your disease, our Remedy is Ultimate (SWT)/

HOOK (2x)
Stand up if you’re feelin’ like a Houthi
Your coalition of cowards, it doesn’t move me
Our resistance, that’s why you lose sleep
We’ll defeat Sahyouni Saudi Continue reading Madd Cold – Feelin’ Like A Houthi

Madd Cold – I Ain’t Charlie

by Madd Cold (Jonathan Azaziah)

Mossad did it let’s get it outta the way/More obvious than gray skies on the cloudiest day/ Takfiris are the very scoundrels you pay/So like “Death to Israel!”, “I Ain’t Charlie!” loudly and proudly we say/Muslims would die for our Prophet but your filth is just a cartoon?/Well, what they ain’t telling you when you go whaling, sometimes you get the catch, and other times you catch the harpoon/So no, I don’t feel sorry for y’all/When you never gave a shit about our Brown and Black bodies at all/Look how many in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen you deaded/But you hold superior morality ‘cause you defend the wenches in Femen?/Right to insult Muhammad and Christ are forever embedded?/But exposing Jewish wealth and power is “anti-Semitic”? Pathetic!/ Continue reading Madd Cold – I Ain’t Charlie

The Secret Relationship Between Rappers and Jews

by Deric Muhammad, The Final Call

Hip-hop as an art form and a culture is hands down one of the most powerful international social forces in the history of the world. There is no nation on Earth where its footprints cannot be found. Rap artists who create the soundtrack that fuels hip-hop culture become equally influential. They determine trends and the general course of youth culture globally. Yet while it appears these artists who often peddle images of invincibility are in control of hip-hop, we must look deeper to see who may be in control of them.

Rap artist, Jay-Z and his business partner Damon Dash built a hip-hop powerhouse called Roc-a-fella Records. It was a Black-owned Record label that produced millions in sales. As is often the case, these two brothers reportedly had personal and business disagreements and decided to part ways. Legend has it that a Def Jam Records executive by the name of Lyor Cohen played the role of instigator, negotiator and “clean-up” businessman. What is clear is that Roc-a-Fella Records, once known as “The Dynasty”, is now owned by Def Jam. Cohen happens to be Jewish. Continue reading The Secret Relationship Between Rappers and Jews

Why Jewish Rap is Wack

by Khanverse (Mouqawamah Music EXCLUSIVE)

It’s no major secret in an expanding variety of circles that Jewish endeavors in the arts overwhelmingly result in subversive perversion. Regrettably, this vast subject has not been adequately dealt with since the Internets began and Mouqawamah Music indeed aims to fill this vacuum, eventually, God willing.

As we here at Mouqawamah Music no doubt descend from the spiritually fervent line of Sergei Yesenin, Pablo Neruda, Ghassan Kanafani and Kamal Nasser, we consider it our noble obligation to root out the invaders from whence they came.

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Lupe’s Fiasco: Pro-Palestine to Blair-Gate and the pseudo-Islamic masquerade party

by Khanverse (Mouqawamah Music Exclusive)

Lupe Fiasco was born in 1982, as Wasalu Jaco, to a Black-West African Muslim family in Chicago. His parents exposed him to a wide array of cultural phenomena, life experiences, and influences that led to the cerebral and sensitive character who emerged on the national scene with the release of “Food and Liquor” in 2006. Continue reading Lupe’s Fiasco: Pro-Palestine to Blair-Gate and the pseudo-Islamic masquerade party