Successful Ex-Music Director Exposes Secrets behind Rap Music and How to Stop the Violence

Robby Starbuck, Youtube
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Robby Starbuck, a successful former music video producer, is concerned over the high death rate of black rappers. He says that record executives push rap music stars to write songs about death, violence, drugs, sex and money, to encourage these themes in the black community, which are used as tools for control. The false culture is used to make black communities more dependent on the government. Starbuck challenged rappers to unite and stand up to create a new culture by making life-affirming music about family, faith, freedom and doing the right things. Rap videos cost more money to make because it is dangerous compared to other types of music. It also costs more to insure rap videos due to potential violence. He added that rap videos are used to launder money.

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