Now black music is black music and it's all good
He’s saying that hip-hop is hip-hop regardless of where it is and who performs, so it’s all good and he’s not upset about gangsta rap
During the time this rhyme was written “It’s All Good” was a song by west coast rapper, MC Hammer who appears to have popularized the term. It’s also seems to be a nod of acceptance to MC Hammer who, despite his hustle, was unrelentingly lampooned and ridiculed by many in the HipHop community mainly due to his, then unique, mainstream appeal.
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