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Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 14-MAR-2000
Top Customer Reviews
Funny how blinded people are to the way America is REALLY run. No where within this album does Dead Prez blame WHITE people for the oppression of blacks, they are blaming the SYSTEM. The oppressive system of CAPITALISM. Funny how this is proven within the back album cover. American capitalism is AND ALWAYS HAS BEEN controlled by white people, explaining Dead Prez's use of the word "cracker" throughout the album, and the misguided impression that Dead Prez is blatantly racist to all whites.
White imperialism is a by product of the oppressive capitalistic system and CAPITALISM is the DIRECT relation to the enslavement of Africans and the constant oppression throughout the world of ALL African people.
In America, African descendants are placed at the bottom of the system and are SUPER-exploited while working whites are exploited. The white capitalists are the only one who TRULY benefit from the American system. Like DuBois, they look at their oppressive condition within an Afro-centric view, which is the Black nationalism that is prominent throughout the album.
In no way does Dead Prez restrict themselves to Afro-centric thought though...this is proven when they state how they read teachings of Mao Tse-Tung and study about other worker's revolutions.
Dead Prez is about REVOLUTION not "bitching" or "pointing the finger".Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
"this album represents the sociopolitical awareness that is missing in hip hop today!"Published 16 months ago by mario lewis
This album is very average. It portrays a good message, but the lyrics are weak, I honestly like maybe one or two songs on it.Published 19 months ago by Justin Souva
Let me start by saying I love political rap by groups like Boogie Down Productions and Public Enemy, but Dead Prez is nowhere near as good as those groups. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Shelley D. Bowen
An album that actually talks about real life struggles. Had to bring it back because the music these days is garbage, basura!Published on May 31, 2014 by marymary26
Let's Get Free is probably one of the best albums I've heard, hands down. You can just tell that Dead Prez were hungry when creating this album. Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by Michael P. Houghton