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Blaze cuts roadhouse fuel with its “Struggle” song

Saturday, June 20, 2020

posted by Andrew

Blaze cuts roadhouse fuel with its “Struggle” song

‘The Blaze’ cuts off show by cutting off its “Struggle” song

The Blaze, a hip-hop record label founded in 1991 by former Detroit Lions star Mark Ronson, released its latest al?????bum The Power & Purpose this week to rave reviews.

The album is packed with ca?????tchy tracks and boasts one of rap’s more accessible tracks, a song called “Struggle” that plays over a fast-paced beat.

But while the hip-hop world loves “Struggle” and its catchy beat, some of its lyrics are causing controversy.

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An excerpt from ‘The Blaze’ that includes the line ‘That’s me and that’s you’

The rapper posted this on his Facebook page, where he states: ‘This song ‘Struggle’ was released about 2 months ago jarvees.com& I guess its still hot right now. I know this is offensive, but that’s what’s been circulating on the internet about. You all should listen to it and then decide if you think you’re ok with that.’

Some have claimed the lyrics were meant to offend people’s race, while others questioned whether it was appropriate for an adult male rapper to discuss race.

Ronson’s friend and fellow rapper Jay Electronica, who is also Black Lives Matter activist, slammed the song’s title on Twitter, writing ‘this is NOT OK. I don’t give a s*** what anyone thinks about race.

‘And I can’t imagine that’s how’struggle’ was meant to come across. Just plain disrespectful. It reminds me of racist hip hop lyrics.’

Others, however, believe the line is a perfect representation of the hip-hop community: ‘It’s a catchy beat. I mean, come on – people can say whatever they want – but what are your feelings?? That song is about getting over things and what the purpose of this generation is,’ wrote one post.

‘My friend is Black and he thought the line was cool. What does he think that means?’ another wrote.

Ronson’s friend and fellow rapper Jay Electronica, who is also Black Lives Matter activist, slammed the song’s title on Twitter, writing ‘this is NOT OK. I don’t give a s*** what anyone thinks about race.

Ricky James of Lil B called the song offensive after hearing it. ‘I get that it’s hip-ho

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