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  • krs-one şarkısı. (bkz: 90'lar)
  • az once baska bir entryde andim da, bir de buraya geleyim dedim. aslinda goygoy sarki gibi gorunmesine ragmen arada agir gecirmektedir bazi sozleri ile

    "there could never really be justice on stolen land" buna bir ornektir mesela.

    devam edelim

    now here's a little truth, open up your eye
    while you're checkin' out the boom-bap, check the exercise
    take the word overseer, like a sample
    repeat it very quickly in a crew, for example
    overseer, overseer, overseer, overseer
    officer, officer, officer, officer
    yeah, officer from overseer
    you need a little clarity? check the similarity!

    overseer bu arada bunlarin agir yarali oldugu kolelik donemlerinden bir terim. ne mi demek:

    "overseers were the middlemen of the antebellum south's plantation hierarchy. as such they occupied an impossible position. the masters expected them to produce profitable crops while maintaining a contented workforce of slaves—slaves who had little reason to work hard to improve the efficiency of the plantation." adam o zamanlar overseer vardi simdi de siz varsiniz basimizda diyor daha ne desin

    oynatalim kendisi anlatsin:

    the overseer rode around the plantation
    the officer is off, patrollin' all the nation
    the overseer could stop you, "what you're doing?"
    the officer will pull you over just when he's pursuing
    the overseer had the right to get ill
    and if you fought back, the overseer had the right to kill
    the officer has the right to arrest
    and if you fight back they put a hole in your chest
    (woop!) they both ride horses
    after 400 years, ı've got no choices
    the police them have a likkle gun
    so when ı'm on the streets, ı walk around with a bigger one

    krs one sarkiyi "lan bi bitmediniz amk" diyerek sonlandirmaktadir, kibar adamdir tam oyle demiyor ama biz anliyoruz, aliyoruz mesaji

    my grandfather had to deal with the cops
    my great-grandfather dealt with the cops
    my great-grandfather had to deal with the cops
    and then my great, great, great, great—when it's gonna stop?!