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African-American Civil Movement was supposed to bring an end to social issues like racism and poverty afflicting African-American population. Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero. However, Tupac does not mention who is behind the plot. Rap is a form of expression mainly used by African-American to express themselves over topics that matters to everyday life. Marshall was born to Marshall Bruce Mathers Jr. And now that he has? If this song really means something special to you, describe your feelings and thoughts. I'm tired of bein' poor and even worse I'm black My stomach hurts so I'm lookin' for a purse to snatch Cops give a damn about a negro Pull the trigger kill a nigga he's a hero Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares One less hungry mouth on the welfare First ship 'em dope and let 'em deal the brothers Give 'em guns step back watch 'em kill each other It's time to fight back that's what Huey said Two shots in the dark now Huey's dead I got love for my brother but we can never go nowhere Unless we share with each other We gotta start makin' changes Learn to see me as a brother instead of two distant strangers And that's how it's supposed to be How can the Devil take a brother if he's close to me? The history of humanity is dotted with stories of war, peace and fights for freedom.

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Changes by 2Pac

tupac changes

However, Tupac does not mention who is behind the plot. My mama didn't raise no fool And as long as I stay black, I gotta stay strapped And I never get to lay back 'Cause I always got to worry 'bout the pay backs Some buck that I roughed up way back Comin' back after all these years Rat-a-tat, tat, tat, tat, that's the way it is That's just the way it is Things will never be the same, that's just the way it is Aww, yeah That's just the way it is Things will never be the same, that's just the way it is Aww, yeah Some things will never change. This song has got to be my fav out of all tupacs songs! Memories of war stimulate a sincere appreciation for peace when attained. In the song changes he is expressing the idea that there needs to be change so that poverty and racism that African Americans face every day will stop. The record label released this song in 1998; it is still popular within subcultures of America. Deborah was never able to keep a job for more than a….

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2Pac

tupac changes

It is a way for rappers to imbue their works with a respect for the old school, an emotional connotation, and potentially a double-entendre or complex symbolism if the original song provides. He addresses the issue that at the time the U. I'm tired of bein' poor and even worse I'm black My stomach hurts, so I'm lookin' for a purse to snatch Cops give a damn about a negro Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares One less hungry mouth on the welfare First ship 'em dope and let 'em deal the brothers Give 'em guns, step back, watch 'em kill each other It's time to fight back that's what Huey said Two shots in the dark, now Huey's dead I got love for my brother but we can never go nowhere Unless we share with each other We gotta start makin' changes Learn to see me as a brother instead of two distant strangers And that's how it's supposed to be How can the devil take a brother, if he's close to me? How are they able to change the social issues afflicting them if some are not cooperating. This song hits hard to me because the friends i grew up with some became bigots. He has to therefore do what is best for him like everyone. Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero.

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2pac

tupac changes

It is call Changes for numerous obvious reasons. The two are inseparable and below is how they have influenced society so far. The importance of unity makes it possible for changing the ways to deal with these complex social issues. If Hip Hop is a law, Tupac was an enforcer. This is just a preview! Come on, come on I see no changes, wake up in the morning and I ask myself Is life worth living, should I blast myself? When examining the lyrics Shakur address several different problem that have directly affected the African-American community. Tupac never liked the track Changes as a whole, but liked the last two verses, and rerecorded them on I wonder if Heaven got a Ghetto.


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Changes by 2Pac

tupac changes

This song was a rap that many African Americans used to express themselves over things that happen in everyday life. They are about what happens in the real world. G use rap to express their own situation; the most famous of all rappers is Tupac Shakur. Within the song Changes Tupac Shakur has the inside look of a African-American daily life. How Do You Want It? Tupac suggests the solution of unity into solving the social issues that African-Americans are facing.

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Changes (Tupac Shakur song)

tupac changes

By choosing the path he did, Tupac sacrificed his life in order to turn the guns away from his kind and to shock the authorities into solving the root cause of the violence. In the first stanza of the song, Tupac first talks about how certain social issues are linked together; he makes a correlation between his skin color and being poor. How Long Will They Mourn Me? There's war in the streets and war in the Middle East Instead of war on poverty, they got a war on drugs So the police can bother me And I ain't never did a crime, I ain't have to do But now, I'm back with the facts givin' 'em back to you Don't let 'em jack you up, back you up Crack you up and pimps smack you up You gotta learn to hold ya own They get jealous when they see ya, with ya mobile phone But tell the cops, they can't touch this I don't trust this, when they try to rush I bust this That's the sound of my tool, you say it ain't cool? Subjects like racial-profiling, poverty and racism affect the everyday life of African-American. I'd love to go back to when we played as kids But things change, and that's the way it is That's just the way it is Things will never be the same That's just the way it is Oh, yeah I see no changes, all I see is racist faces Misplaced hate makes disgrace to races We under I wonder what it takes to make this One better place, let's erase the wasted Take the evil out the people, they'll be acting right 'Cause both black and white is smoking crack tonight And the only time we chill is when we kill each other It takes skill to be real, time to heal each other And although it seems heaven sent We ain't ready, to see a black President It ain't a secret don't conceal the fact The penitentiary's packed, and it's filled with blacks But some things will never change Try to show another way but you staying in the dope game Now tell me what's a mother to do Being real don't appeal to the brother in you You gotta operate the easy way I made a G today, But you made it in a sleazy way Selling crack to the kids, I gotta get paid, Well hey, that's the way it is That's just the way it is Things will never be the same That's just the way it is Oh, yeah And still I see no changes, can't a brother get a little peace It's war on the streets and the war in the Middle East Instead of war on poverty they got a war on drugs So the police can bother me And I ain't never did a crime I ain't have to do But now I'm back with the facts giving it back to you Don't let them jack you up, back you up, Crack you up and pimp smack you up You gotta learn to hold your own They get jealous when they see you with your mobile phone But tell the cops they can't touch this I don't trust this when they try to rush I bust this That's the sound of my tool, you say it ain't cool My mama didn't raise no fool And as long as I stay black I gotta stay strapped And I never get to lay back 'Cause I always got to worry about the paybacks Some buck that I roughed up way back Coming back after all these years Rat-tat-tat-tat-tat That's the way it is, uh That's just the way it is Things will never be the same That's just the way it is Oh, yeah You're my brother, you're my sister That's just the way it is way it is, way it is Things will never be the same You're my brother, you're my sister That's the way it is Oh, yeah. Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero. If you listen to the lyrics of a song you will realize that many songs have important messages or themes to them.

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Changes by 2Pac

tupac changes

Archived from on January 22, 2005. It's time for us as a people to start makin' some changes. G, have influenced the course of direction in which rap is heading to. Changes was recorded in 1992 when Tupac was recording the songs for R U Still Down. Tupac also criticizes the dispersion of African-Americans over the idea to unite to overcome poverty and racism facing them.

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2Pac:Changes Lyrics

tupac changes

In this song, many subjects concerning African-Americans injustices are being conveyed. For a people who had nothing, it became a culture, education and religion; Everything. Vincent Bocchino College Writing I Prof. He identified the problem in his society as T. You see the old way wasn't working so it's on us to do What we gotta do, to survive. The same social issues that concerns African-Americans before the Civil Right Movement are still common afterwards. However, since his death many of the unreleased and unmastered songs have been officially released.


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