- Minister Louis Farrakhan appeared on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club in early June and proclaimed that rappers are the new leaders and should use their platform to help the Black community. "Our people want better and they'll do better if they are shown better," he stated. Capone-N-Noreaga & Tragedy Khadafi couldn't agree more, and in this VladTV exclusive, the three emcees speak on how they and other rappers should go about doing so.
"We gotta start being responsible to a certain extent," Nore states, adding that rappers should include more conscious lyrics in their tracks. Tragedy Khadafi also feels that they shouldn't be "mute, silent and weak" and speak on what's going on the world. "You can use your voice outside of just getting money." Capone agrees with them both. "That should be up to a rapper to put that in his next verse [or] interview," he adds after speaking on the tragic Charleston church shootings. Capone believes Dylann Roof should face the same fate as the Boston bomber who was sentenced to death and says "it seems like when it comes to certain things like that, when they're dealing with a certain race of people, they never wanna label it what it is."
Capone-N-Noreaga & Tragedy Khadafi also speak on the Baltimore riots and an unauthorized documentary about Jay Z that shows how the creation of the Barclays Center didn't help the Brooklyn community. Hear more about it above.