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Drake And Section Boyz Rock Sold Out London Crowd


So word is Drake signed with these guys, but then that rumor was shot down. Now it might be true, now this footage emerges? What is going on? The was all at the Section Boyz Village Underground show and it it looks CRAZY! Check it out as Drake performs “Jumpman” and other hits.

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  • ZUBU

    I can’t mess with British brothers; Canada brothers, or anyone else… trying to emulate us Black Americans… Nobody on the planet like us.. Word Is Bond…. We are just different, nobody went through what we went through exactly… Not saying that other groups of people have not gone through stuff, but not like us… Shiiittt I learned in college: The US African American group is the most genetically diverse population group on the entire planet….. Nobody like us………

    • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

      Sorry please educate me with what you guys went through. I’m British and black. Just waiting on your education so i don’t jump to conclusions.

      • ZUBU

        If you are not aware of what we went through, with all the modern technology avail to you currently…. Hmm… Then there is nothing I can do to enlighten you…

      • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

        Well i was hoping you would be kind enough to enlighten me on the subject but i guess you are not willing to. “nobody went through what we went through” statement caught my attention like i said i wish you would at least point me in the right direction as to what the statement meant exactly so i could kindly tell you how wrong you are. But hey we can respectfully leave it alone too. Nothing wrong with a constructive argument though, it enlightens the minds of the reader or contributors. It’s healthy.

      • ZUBU

        If you don’t know about the Atlantic slave trade, what can I tell you? Many nations in the world abolished slavery long before we did in this nation. Even post slavery we had the Jim Crow era informal laws intact for many years. We did not even get to vote technically until 100 years basically after slavery was suppose to end. Do some research and see why we are so different…
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        We are the ONLY non-voluntary immigrants to this country; everyone else wanted to come her for a better life… We were chained to the bottom of a slave ship; pissing and shitting on ourselves to enter this country…. By force… Do you possibly see British boy why we are different? So yes I take offense to you boys trying to emulate us, much like I take offense to white American boys trying to act like us… GTFOH…

      • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

        A constructive argument has led to swear words and name calling 🙂 It’s understandable, the American way…. the bully way, the Donald Trump principles. Now on the subject of Slavery which happened to Black Americans also happened to black British. Black people have lived in Britain for centuries – although their circumstances have varied greatly. Some have been enslaved and exploited, while others have enjoyed privilege and status. Trace our story to discover more about the attitudes and conditions they encountered but the only difference is the the way the Black brit’s work our way out of slavery i.e. Ignatius Sancho 1729 – 14 December 1780 born on a slave ship who worked his way to becoming an elite….So my friend the difference is in attitude and how let things affect you. Black Brits don’t sit around complaining of how the slavery affect us we just get on with things.

      • ZUBU

        We worked our way out of slavery as well, it just took a bit longer. It was more profitable to be an elite slave owner in America where cotton was a huge industry. Jamaica, Brazil, Hati, etc. all abolished slavery before we did in our nation.
        ————Once again read: I said other people have gone through things as well, just not to he extent we have… We don’t emulate you in ANY capacity… Not style, fashion, music, culture, etc. Not in any way… We think you Frank Bruno Black Brits talk like fags, and I’m not talking about a cigarette…

      • ZUBU

        Oh Brit boy I never swore nor cursed at you. I called you a British Boy, and I spoke about American White Boys… I spoke about slaves shiitting and pissing on themselves…. Never cursed at you nor called you a name…
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        So you’re just making up shiitt huh?
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        Maybe you Black Brits don’t complain because you’re passive? As Black Americans we are a strong powerful force, always been Nat Turner style. Malcom, Martin, Huey, Stokey, etc, etc….

      • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

        There goes my point. Typical! Have a great evening 🙂 Sure you at least learnt something 🙂 We Brits def do complain but constructively with intelligence and poise 🙂

      • Opposite Of Everyone

        A lot of UK MCs are of Jamaican descent. Are you aware of Jamaica’s history with respect to the slave trade?

      • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

        Thanks for contributing to educating him, i hate to say this. I wish Black Americans will get out of their comfort zones, their states or hood and travel to see the world like we Brits do to understand that they are the least people anyone looks up to or try to emulate.

      • Opposite Of Everyone

        I hear you but we (musically and stylistically) certainly have and do continue to look up to Americans when it comes to music and style… including Grime.

      • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

        I don’t see the music resemblance cause the british rapper still raps staying through to their roots i.e accents, subject matter, beats choice and the way they dress is very British/European and don’t forget the greatest story teller Slick rick the ruler is one of ours.

      • ZUBU

        “Slick rick the ruler is one of ours”
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        He was born there left there as a small kid, grew up in NYC…. He is American all day long…. Reason when he caught his case and they tried to deport him he did everything in his legal power to stay here… He doesn’t relate to the UK…

      • Opposite Of Everyone

        whilst I know we definitely have our own flavour, as someone who’s been listening hip-hop since 82 and lived through all eras of rap I can’t help but notice more than a resemblance.

        I see it when ever I see a UK MC wearing a baseball cap, hoodie, creps and tracksuit.

        I hear it everytime I hear an MC talking about spitting bars or say feds, murk, gat, trap, body, beef, fu(k boy, jake, bing, turnt, lit etc etc.

        I hear it everytime I hear a tune with a 808 drums, samples and someone rapping over the top of it. Don’t forget Dizzee modelled the prototype grime riddim template on Jay Z’s Is That Your Chick and wrote his rap over it.

        Nowdays grime is clearly a lot rawer than anything I’m hearing from stateside but having seen the bigger picture I am under no illusions as to America being an important and fundamental influence on us..

    • Opposite Of Everyone

      why would anyone need to have gone through what black americans went through in order to rap? Furthermore, it’s not as if the average American MC is spitting anything particularly conscious or uplifting …

    • Dark Matters

      I couldn’t even begin to educate you because you are ignorant of your ignorance. For the record, continental Africans are the most genetically diverse people on the planet. Londoners were contributing to hip hop way before folks in other parts of the United States even knew what HIp Hop was. London and New York have more in common than New York has with most other American cities. At the inception of hip hop folks like Afrikaa Bambataa were travelling to London and doing shows there before hip hop even spread throughout the US. A lot of the US rappers that you worship go to Europe jack swag and come back and sell it to you.

      As someone who travels to Europe fairly frequently, just thought you’d like to know.

      Finally, what do you know about what others have been through? It’s this sort of stupid ignorance that makes folks laugh at Americans and Black Americans in particular. The African American experience is the most spoken about because the US is the most aggressive country about spreading its entertainment and media industries. That doesn’t mean the US is the only place were things have happened.

      You sound entirely too happily ignorant. I guess when a person doesn’t know what they don’t know, they think what they do “know” is all that there is to know.

      You think all of the African slaves were shipped to the US really? You think starving slaves working on sugar cane plantations with masks over their heads so they wouldn’t satiate their hunger with plantation produce didn’t happen throughout the Carib and Brazil and other parts of Latin America? You really think Europeans kidnapped Africans from Africa shipped them to the new world and then left Africa alone?

      Your ignorance is really on swole with this “comment” lil dude. Like KRS said, “Take that pillow from out your head and put it a book in it.”

      I mean damn. We only live in the information age.

  • youtubedaily.com

    drake signed to skepta bbk = boy better know label not section boyz