His plans are unique, before not accomplished, yet he will still execute them.
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Whenever he says a rap, it is so new and fresh that it will blind you with a glare.
Prince doesn’t go with the norm and this brings terror to the “city’s committee” in his “vicinity”; politicians and bureaucrats get scared when the status-quo is rattled.
And this is the “Trilogy of Terror”
An “aborigine” is a member of the indigenous or earliest known population of a region; a native. Prince Po is the original aborigine, meaning he’s a member of the first peoples on earth.
How dare you question him.
Go deep into the ghetto to find Prince Po and “absorb” his raps. He takes you to a “new realm” that is not typical of standard or mainstream rap.
Back in Queens, Prince expands “data” (raps) for the wack (rappers), and fucks them up so bad they result in mutilated bodies and lacerated limbs.
Prince Poetry immediately beings his verse with a metaphor comparing his spitting of raps as engaging in hand to hand combat.
Commence the crazy flows..
Alhamdulillah or (الحمد لله) is an Arabic phrase meaning “Praise to God”.
Pharoahe’s raps are so vivid, they carve a picture, as if they were hieroglyphics.
Additionally, In Neoplatonism, especially of the Renaissance, a hieroglyph was an artistic representation of an esoteric idea. Seems like a fair description of Monch’s raps, no?