The Overlooked Influence of Nas.Nas admits he is a contradiction.
Maybe we all are a paradox of ourselves?
He made “Oochie Wally” with his brother Jungle regarding groupies being passed around through his boys.
Nas also raps about the system in “Black Girl Lost”.
He even showed the world what he would do if he “Ruled The World”.
When you hear his verses, you imagine and wonder about everything you witnessed.
You wonder about the atrocities of the World.
The Clipse,one of the realist collaborative team of the Southern Hip-Hop Legacy.
Pusha T is that man that reunites you with his past and embodies a raspy flow that sets him and his 9 braids in a class of there own and Malice now known as NO MALICE, has an impressive delivery but now has reformed his ratchet ways unlike his Brother.
You know I have been waiting for the Clipse to reunite, but yeah…
Don’t think that will happen.
Malice has found the Lord, and no longer wants to be in the game or curse and promote illegal activity.
Pusha T does the exact opposite, and the similar video format has the exact video treatment,but the paradox is clearly visible with the Thornton Brothers narrate their version of events.
Pusha T creates his own version of the Drug Dealers Cliff Notes…
Chester Campbell Wheeler was a hit man in the treacherous and drug fueled town of Detroit, Michigan. Chester infiltrated the drug underworld with a persistence that rivals Wayne Perry. Do we glamorize the murder and corruption? No, it is supposed to have an adverse effect. Even though the moral of New Jack City was that you can’t win it and when money comes into play, and can you truly be your “brother’s keeper?” In a life the underprivileged black families experience and suffer defeat. Chester had his own ambitions and he required full cooperation or you would end up six feet deep…
The rumors have been confirmed but how many people did he murder? Some estimate at least 300 people were murdered by a money hungry, emotionless, and relentless born killer.
When he could have created a blanket of unity for the people to improve the situation; he used his power to destroy his community. Yes, Chester would be the catalyst that turned Detroit into it’s own deadly and immoral empire and an urban burial ground, for did not comply with his demands.
Can one man be the King of the Underground?
Envy and hate will always annihilate the family structure, but are some people born emotionless, Chester know as “The Black Hand” and “The Angel Of Death” introduced himself to a life of criminality when he was 15 years old.
Chester was arrested for robbery before the age of 16 and set free to only return to prison again in 1955. In 1955 Chester like most, fall back into the “trap.”
Chester served 13 years for that murder, but he adapted to the prison life and it still kept prison mentality and never envision a life outside of the criminal underworld or from behind those prison bars.
When you are institutionalized you will repeatedly rob, murder, assault to find your self behind bars. Where you spend the majority of your lifespan at is considered your home.
In 1968 Chester once again was set free but somehow ended up being the “Hit Man” for Italian Mobsters. We have to keep in mind that hopeless men don’t have problems sleeping at night after pulling that trigger. They believe society has failed them, and that sorrow turns into hate, and the courage to take others down that same hopeless path. Chester was a professional hit man literally and figuratively. In the Detroit Underground future gangsters could enroll in a Hit Man School to perfect their craft. Watch the leader of the “Motor City” Story and learn from Chester’s institutionalized and desponded existence, an existence that turned Chester William Campbell into a Soulless Monster.
Chester died at the age of 71 Years Old in the place he loved best, prison…