Black people get excited. Sometimes they so excited that they let their emotions run a little out of control. In their excitement they burn down, rape, kill, rob and murder everything in reach. We call this a lack of impulse control, combined with an inability to comprehend the long-term consequences of those seeking instant gratification. In the case of Helicopters, they shoot what they can’t reach. So we do what Whites do, which is to get away from such rambunctious behavior by leaving the area till the black people calm down a little and then send in the National Guard.
“Heat — featuring Jet and Spice 1”; Paris, Unleashed, 1998, Unleashed Records, Whirling Records.
“Freedom Got an AK”; Da Lench Mob, Guerrillas in tha Mist, 1992, Eastwest Records America, Elektra, Atlantic, Time Warner, USA.
“Sweatin Bullets”; Brand Nubian, Everything Is Everything, 1994, Elektra Entertainment, Warner Communications, Time Warner, USA.
“Field N#gguhz in a Huddle”; Professor Griff, Blood of the Prophet; 1998, Lethal Records, Mercury Records, PolyGram, Philips’ Electronics NV, Netherlands. PolyGram merged with Universal Music Group in 1998, the parent being The Seagram Company of Canada.
“Environmental Terrorist”; Da Lench Mob, Planet of da Apes, 1994, Priority Records, Thorn EMI; now called The EMI Group, United Kingdom.