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‘Israeli’ Culture Vulture, Banker And Devil Lyor Cohen Should Be Expelled From Hip-Hop

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

The music industry is overrun with Jew devils but the King Jew devil of them all has to be Lyor Cohen. The tall ‘Israeli’ who’s “running this rap shit” as Mos Def famously called him, Lyor the Liar spent time on an avocado farm stolen from Palestinians outside of “Tel Aviv” and his father is a Mossad agent who worked in New York’s ‘Israeli’ consulate. After graduating college, he went to go work for the global-intrigue-riddled, ‘Israeli’-intelligence-connected Bank Leumi. He has about as much of a rightful place in Hip-Hop as “gay rights” activists and blue bacon (cops/pigs). For years, he’s mouthed off about his power and influence as well as the fear he instills in artists and execs alike. So his open Jewish supremacism is nothing new. But his latest diatribe on the Breakfast Club was a real piece of work. He admitted that he signs drug addict rappers pushing music designed to turn young, impressionable listeners into drug addicts themselves because he’s “opportunistic” and also due to him having “people to feed”. And by “people” of course, he means his globe-holding, Entity-protecting, Gentile-hating “tribe”. In other words, it’s okay to destroy entire (Goy) generations with this poison being passed off for “music” and “art” because fuck it, a Jew’s gotta eat, right? Despicable. Continue reading ‘Israeli’ Culture Vulture, Banker And Devil Lyor Cohen Should Be Expelled From Hip-Hop

Masterpiece: Anuragi’s “Aazadi” Could Be The Anthem For The Entire Southeast Asia Subcontinent

by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah

Every so often, there is a song that comes along that transcends the boundaries of genre, culture, nationality, language and creed. It just vibrates on that frequency of justice and resonates with all people from all backgrounds who have experienced oppression in one form of another. Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On?” comes to mind, as does Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five’s “The Message”, Peter Tosh’s ” No Nuclear War”, Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power”, Michael Jackson’s “They Don’t Care About Us” and “Earth Song”, Tupac Shakur’s “Changes”, and, in this era of Zionist hegemony, my own “Death To ‘Israel'”. It’s time to add Anuragi’s “Aazadi” to the list, preferably towards the very top. This exceptionally gorgeous piece of music, from the spine-tingling sound filled with mean guitar riffs and an infectious melody to the incandescently inspiring lyrics, is nothing less than a masterpiece. Continue reading Masterpiece: Anuragi’s “Aazadi” Could Be The Anthem For The Entire Southeast Asia Subcontinent

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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