At the outset of rap music the lyrics were politically charged and stars were akin to urban political leaders. Then, quickly, big booties, bling and then mumble rap dominated the art form.
And so . . . This tune speaks to a bygone era of an international music tradition.
Check-it . . .
Kansas City-based rapper Walter Edwin, aka the Popper, might have just created the perfect outlet for any Hawley-induced anger. // Image courtesy of Walter Edwin Following Sen. Josh Hawley's misguided support of rioters on Jan. 6., Kansas Citians and Americans alike chose a wide variety of ways to call him out.