Sunday, November 30, 2014

ISR Hip-Hop One: Jay-Z Wears 5% Nation Medallion Claiming He Holds the "Royal Secret"


When talking of the lyrics of Run this Town, it can be pointed out, Jay-Z's use of the phrase; "Peace God" is indeed an allusion to the "Five Percenters" since "Peace God" is their greeting and a way to say goodbye to each other. 

The Nation of Gods and Earths is a sect of the Black Muslim Movement of the 1970's that originated in NYC and it teaches that the Original Blackman is God, the Original Blackwoman is the planet Earth, and through our inner esoteric powers as Gods and Earths, people can transform and possess their true potential. 

" Run This Town"
 Jigga's Opening verse: 

"We are, Yeah I said it, We are,
You can call me Cesar  (a roman),
In a dark caesar (a short urban haircut).

Please follow the lea-der 
So Eric B. we are 
 Microphone fiend It's the return of thee God
 Peace God... (Auh! Auh! ) 
And ain't nobody fresher I'm in Mason (Ah! )" Martin Margela.

It should be noted that Big Daddy Kane and Rakim and Busta Rhymes are known and open members of the so-called "Nation of 5 percent."

Rakim referred to himself on wax as the "god mcee" and Kane actually stands for king, Asiatic, nobody's equal.

Jay also ends his rhyme on H.A.M. feat. Kayne West with the phrase; "Peace God cause you know a nigga just went Ham."

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