January 27, 2005
Jin - Tsunami Response: The Answer Record
By DJ Bol Guevara and The Mindset All Stars
A lot of people don't know this about me, but I'm a recording artist too. In fact, I put out about 10 or 15 albums when I was in college. You just can't find that shit anywhere because it's rare like that. I bet Noz has a copy though. Anyway, I thought I was pretty much retired from the music biz until I heard this clown Jin (pictured above) had recorded a response record to Hot 97s "Tsunami Song." For the sake of free speach, I went and recorded an answer record to his response record, if you follow. I can't post the audio because I'm still in talks with the Moody Blues about sample clearance, but below you'll find the lyrics with which you can sing along. Enjoy.
Home of Hip-Hop and R&B? Yeah, right. What a joke!
Yes, because we all know China, which, as far as I know, wasn't even in the fucking Tsunami, is the true home of hip-hop and r&b. Never mind what those crazy jigs in New York are talking about. It's a well-documented fact (by such esteemed scholars as Dr. Oliver Wang, Ph.D) that hip-hop, like the rickshaw and General Tso's Chicken, was invented by the Chinese and only subsequently stolen by the inferior (intellectually, if not physically) nigger race.
Since when was
hip-hop about being racist and being ignorant, huh? Tell me that.
Hip-hop? Ignorant? Dude, that's news to me! Clearly this is yet another example of the evil jig race trying to hijack hip-hop from its rightful Chinese owners and portray it as something that's been completely ignorant since its origins, when we all know that hip-hop ((C) 1979 Wong Brothers, Inc.), from the beginning has only been about education, enlightenment, and, most importantly, promoting solidarity between the black and Chinese races.
You got it twisted if you think I'm here to cock block / On a buncha no talent wanna be shock jocks / And they say it's all freedom of speech / Well, you just lost yours / Read 'em and weep
Yeah, I heard your country wasn't too big on freedom of speech. Next thing you know, you're gonna be ordering MCs to eat cats.
Won't be happy 'til you're fired / My peoples is pissed homes / And I bet your not it's over Miss Jones / Miss who? My point exact / And tell the rest of your squad they need to clean up their act
Are you sure your people aren't pissed because they all live in cubicles? Because that would get to me after a while too. And dude, everybody knows who Miss Jones is: Didn't she have that one song with AZ? What are you, 12?
Fuck the Tsunami song and whoever thought of it / Matter of fact, fuck the engineer that recorded it
Dude, you forgot the "no homo." Or did you?
And the brains behind the scenes that imported it / Anything for ratings, huh? That shit is corporate
Were you not the same one who had a song out last year calling yourself a Chinaman? What about that shit, beeyotch?
Your bullshit statement has gotta be / The world's most half-assed apology / Thousands are still getting discovered each day / How dare you compare a life to a week's pay?
Would two weeks be OK? Or should we just cancel this whole idea of radio altogether? At least until all the bodies are found...
Interesting, y'all quick to have a Smackfest / But those who need to ain't been slapped yet
Dude, that's just misogynist. Somebody get Essence Magazine on the phone. Chink on black woman violence = not cool.
And it's weird that I'm even rapping pissed / Jin is far from a human rights activist / Don't take this in a political fashion / Nope, it's just a good old lyrical bashing
That's true: All of the human rights activists are over in your country trying to get your people to stop electrocuting each other. Meanwhile, your over here fucking with my shit.
In fact, I'm making it a mission of mine / Won't stop 'til every last petition is signed / Hip-hop is designed to unify the masses / And we demand that you be denied the access
Yeah, I remember all those petitions floating around the South Bronx in the late '70s. Shit was wonderful. Dude, the only cool petition in hip-hop is this one.
Radio is wack, yo somebody gotta say this / Same 5 songs on every single playlist
So that's what this is about, huh: Not enough Chinamen on the radio for your tastes?
And bad karma's the worst way to go / So I pray that God has mercy on your soul
That must be some kind of Eastern thing.
Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah / Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
This is the part where my background singers, The Mindset All Stars, come in and go:
Fuck these chinks / Always trying to take over hip-hop / This Hot 97 protest is the gayest shit ever
Fade to exit
Byron Crawford a/k/a Bol is the celebrated author of several books, most recently NaS Lost: A Tribute to the Little Homey.
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