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Did The F.B.I. Use Death Row Records

As A Front To Help End Black Activism?

[Re-Print: Via HipHopWired]

“The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders”

A controversial book is continuing to making headlines fort its message, one that claims that the FBI used one of the most notorious Hip-Hop labels in history as a means of suppression for Black activism.

Titled “The FBI War On Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders: U.S. Intelligence’s Murderous Targeting of Tupac, MLK, Malcolm, Panthers, Hendrix, Marley, Rappers & Linked Ethnic Leftists, the book was originally published in 2008 but is being highlighted again along with its accompanying DVD.

According to Author John Potash, Death Row Records was a sham—a front company that was filled with police officers working to stifle the creative genius Tupac Shakur from distributing his message of activism.

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PRODUCT & Young NA Rothstien | “Walk Wit Me” | 2010 | Hip Hop

http://PushM.fileave.com/Pro/02%20Walk%20Wit%20Me%20-%20feat%20Young%20NA.mp3″

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JEREMY PAWLOSKI; STAFF WRITER | Published: 02/03/1010:02 am

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Memphis Bleek | 534

Memphis Bleek | 534

The album was released by Roc-A-Fella Records on May 17, 2005.
It’s title is a reference to the address of Marcy Houses, 534 Flushing Ave.,
where Bleek and Jay-Z grew up.

From: Memphis Bleek | 534
Memphis Bleek | M.O.P. | “First Last & Only”

“First, Last & Only” is the 7th song off of Memphis Bleek’s 4th studio album “534” and features guests M.O.P.

From: Memphis Bleek | 534
Memphis Bleek | Young Gunz | “Oh Baby”

(Via: Memphis Bleek | Soundcloud)