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"I'm embarrassed / And I'm ashamed I played a part in this..." (Hopsin – Ill Mind of Hopsin 5) | accepted

To add, the Music Industry playing “a part in this devilish game” is not necessary promoting some conspiracy theory concerning a secret society from hundreds of ago. It’s a metaphor that the Industry, in a sense, blinded younger generations today with messages that distract the youth from the real issues, or problems with in most folks' minds, a fucked up world.

"I've become a freak of nature all the kids stare at" (Hopsin – Ill Mind of Hopsin 5) | accepted

Agreed to the previous contributor but to add, Hopsin most likely experienced what an “awkward black guy” would have experienced in their youth, before their young adulthood. It’s that sense of not catering to the ole' stereotype that has been promoted and the like from mainstream Hip Hop artists over the Years.

"Man I hate rap, but if the shoe fits, wear it" (Hopsin – Ill Mind of Hopsin 5) | rejected

To be more precise, this line is typically referring to the notion of what most Hip Hop artists, whom are independent, on the reason why they stay within the game, the Music Industry. It’s all about true Purpose and reaching people to tell the Truth, and of course provide good music that isn’t compromise to cater to a certain mainstream audience. Pop Music.

Indeed, Einstein did shake up the game in his hey day, and I admire that.

"I’m no fake rap CD listener" (Nas – Nasty) | pending

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