It is no secret that many famous hip-hop performers had to resort to crime to buy music. Lance Taylor, a famous member of Black Swords, was looking for a solution, and he found it in hip-hop. As we said in our first history lesson, hip-hop started as a reaction to crime. Although hip-hop itself was against crime from the beginning, it cannot be said that they were never connected. But even if crime was an inevitable part of hip-hop, hip-hop never encouraged crime. This has led to statistics that establish a direct link between the rise of hip-hop and the fall of violent crime. Many people who wanted to get out of an illegal situation also found a way to do it through hip-hop. Among the famous members and ambassadors of the nation of universal Zulu are DJ Kool Herc, Ice-T, Spoonie Gee, Immortal Technique and Ice Cube. Many of the leading hip-hop artists and groups that are still active have started their activities in Gangsta Rapa. Unfortunately, the stigmatization of hip-hop is also confirmed by the numerous cases of premature death of participants. While some rappers boast about their criminal lives, they are widely criticized by respected Hip-Hop characters. Gangster rap has been one of the most important sub-genres of hip-hop for many years. They spread the message of unity, peace, love and joy through what will become the movement of Hip Hop. But despite its negative stigmatization, Hip Hop is still at the forefront and is now the most audible genre in the world. Gang violence, lack of prosperity beyond crime and conflicts with the police are the frequent themes of this song. Hip-hop was born in the 1970s in the Bronx, New York.

Lance Taylor