GZA Rapped Lecture About The Big Bang Theory At University of Toronto


(AllHipHop News) The Wu-Tang Clan has always promoted lyrical content that incorporated science, mathematics, Gods, and Earths on their records. One of the members recently shared his knowledge of the universe’s beginning in the classroom.

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Students at the University of Toronto were able to hear words from The Genius. The Wu’s GZA lectured the class on “Consciousness, Creativity and Music” using rhymes from his upcoming album Dark Matter. The veteran wordsmith’s rap focused on the first moments of creation as explained by the Big Bang Theory.

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Check out the lyrics below. (via Canada.com)

Before space and time thought produced a spec of light

It was infinitely hot, so extremely bright

Within the centre of this great shining

there was massive energy and it was expanding in great timing

Within this fireball was all of space

Of every special place for information it encased

Literally a beginning this cosmic clock was ticking

And allowed space to flow while it was spinning

Everything we see around us

The sun, the moon, the stars, the millions of worlds that astound us

The universe inside is hard to fathom

It was composed in a region small as a single atom

Less than one short width the size of a point of a pen

Microscopic but on a macro level within

Unfurling this swirling cloud of light

A star city, a galaxy with all its might

Within the blinking of an eye, expanding beyond comprehension

Within the fraction of a second, a new dimension

At a marble size, very unstable

In time it will come with a periodic table

Space, was expanding faster than light speed

It moving at the rate only thought cannot see

A picosecond after the big bang

Music of the spheres

Before the ears

The universe is now sang

Small enough to fit in your hand a nanosecond later

It was the size of Mars and becoming greater

A fraction of a second later, 80 times the size of Earth

Fastest growing infant since the time of birth

Still expanding but it didn’t contain matter

Just pure energy that was mixing within the batter

But mass and energy interchangeable

Convert those particles, rearrangeable

Matter and anti-matter (the arch rival)

Met, obliterated each other for survival

A warzone, a battle to the death

But as long as there is life and breath there is one remaining left