ALLAH's the most gracious, he made the universe the most spacious
Seen and heard in all places, but still appear faceless
Embraces all races, all caste and all cases
In every spec of life he's the substance of all traces
Sunlight by Wu-Tang Clan

Contrary to popular belief, Allah, God is all-loving and accepting. Just don’t piss him off…

This is an interesting description of Allah since it is somewhat different from the traditional understanding of Allah among Five Percenters who teach that Allah is the Asiatic Black Man.

The descriptions given here appear to come more from Orthodox Islam since RZA describes Allah as being everywhere but also unknowable, a paradox that is common in Islamic teaching. He also describes God as embracing all races, which can be seen as going against Five Percenter teachings since they believe that the white man was created by an evil scientist.

However, he could also be saying that the Asiatic Black Man does indeed love all races, even those who were created by an evil scientist to torment blacks.

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If we smoked out, Hip-Hop is gonna be smoked out
If we doin alright, Hip-Hop is gonna be doin alright
Fear Not of Man by Yasiin Bey

You are hip-hop and hip-hop is you. It is not a genre, but a culture.

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But God is sufficient in disposing of affairs Fear Not of Man by Yasiin Bey

Still, God will have the last word and action in their regard. Their wickedness cannot overpower God.

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The world is overrun with the wealthy and the wicked Fear Not of Man by Yasiin Bey

Those who are in power are also the same ones who hold the majority of the money in the world. They have caused many casualties and tragedies in the world, and are far from righteous.

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Fear not of men because men must die Fear Not of Man by Yasiin Bey

Muslims are taught to fear no man, but Allah (God). And it is not just Muslims who are taught this. The notion of not fearing the creature, but rather the Creator, was a fundamental first principle in ancient wisdom literature of Near Eastern religion, especially the wisdom literature of the Hebrews (ca. 900-586 BC). This of course predates Islam by about 1,000 years give or take. This fundamental principle for true wisdom would have been assumed by Jesus of Nazareth as he walked and taught on the earth, and then later by those who followed him. Once again, Mos taps into something ancient and articulates it in a new way.

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And I first seen her when I told Nas I'd slap off his kufi Summer Wit' Miami by Jim Jones (Ft. Trey Songz)

According to rumors, Nas created a Dipset Masquerade in 2006 when he told Dipset Leader, Cam'Ron, to step up his rap game. Like the right-hand-man Jim Jones loved to be (for some time,) he caused a bit of ill will against himself and a few in the Muslim world of hip-hop after threatening to smack off Nas' kufi from his head, a Muslim garb. DIS RE SPECT FUL!

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March 19th, 2014

No this is a diss after Nas called Cam´Ron bad on his Hot97 rant about jay z.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVmqUclAJAs

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You a boy band with a dance and a twirl
I'm a rockstar with a band so thorough
I Don't Wanna Care Right Now by Lupe Fiasco (Ft. MDMA)

Similar to Eminem’s disdain for boy bands, Lupe makes this analogy to assert his manly machoness. Boy groups (especially pop) have been seen throughout time as soft and feminine in the hip hop world. Most likely because rappers never get that much genuine love….

It also refers to the fact that boy bands are very dependant on their images. By comparing the two, Lupe is saying he’s not fake. While at the same time Lupe is also referring to his rock band Japanese Cartoon.

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You ball little boy, But I N-B-A I Don't Wanna Care Right Now by Lupe Fiasco (Ft. MDMA)

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Game in the clutch like Iron Sheik I Don't Wanna Care Right Now by Lupe Fiasco (Ft. MDMA)

Iron Sheik was a Hall of Fame wrestler and his signature move was the ‘Camel Clutch.’

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First 400 years, see we actually enjoyed it All Black Everything by Lupe Fiasco

In reference to the first 400 years of America which was built off of the backs of African and African-American slaves, Lupe dreamt this was not so, but instead was spent in joy and happiness.

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