The Sean Price “Haraam” Video has hit the internet. Sean Price is vexed. The state of rap music has got him very bumboclaat upset, and when he gets so f**king upset, he don’t bother bloodclaat talk english bumboclaat grammar, seen? ‘Cause them thing deh get him very bumboclaat upset, and all because–you know why? Because he’s not singing ‘darling I bloodclaat love you and come shake my raas and I will swim the ocean and climb the mountain.’ Seen? All that not going to change him. Seen? Because he is finna kill the f**kery out here and people is going to be in demand for the truth. People is sick and tired of hearing bumboclaat ‘get down and shake your f**king booty’, seen? People is sick and tired of hearing ‘darling, I bloodclaat love you.’ You turn on the f**king radio twenty-four bumboclaat hours a day you hear ‘darling, I love you.’ A man wouldn’t sing to the Almighty a raasclaat – him love him woman more than the Creator who create the sun, the moon, and the bumboclaat stars. So he is just sick and tired of hearing that bumbo-bloodclaat, seen?
Actually, that was Peter Tosh railing against the music industry in a 1986 interview but the vocal sample pretty much captures the spirit of not only this song “Haraam” but Sean’s whole Mic Tyson LP (read the review right over there–>). That spirit, to put it more succinctly, is: “F**k rap. And read the Qu’ran.” Watch the video, directed by the last American b-boy below and purchase Mic Tyson here. Check out the Sean Price “Haraam” Video:
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