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Afrika Bambaataa: “Hip-hop has been hijacked by a Luciferian Conspiracy”



Afrika Bambaataa: “Hip-hop has been hijacked by a Luciferian Conspiracy”

Afrika Bambaataa: “Hip-hop has been hijacked by a Luciferian Conspiracy”

Afrika Bambaataa, considered to be hip-hop’s godfather recently spoke with the Chicago Sun Times regarding the state of hip-hop.

“Hip-hop has been hijacked by a Luciferian conspiracy,” he says, quite matter-of-factly. “People have used hip-hop in a lot of ways that cause a lot of mind problems. They use the word wrongfully. They use it to mean a part instead of a whole. Like many of these [radio] stations say they’re hip-hop, they’re playing hip-hop. I go to these stations, and these so-called program directors don’t know jack crap about hip-hop culture. They know rap to a certain extent. But I question them. I say, ‘Where’s your go-go, your hip-house, your electro-funk, your raga, your R&B and soul?’ They get real quiet.”
– Chicago Sun Times

One of the founders of hip-hop is speaking out about this…what else do you need?

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i am familiar with afrika and the rest of the pioneers of hip hop, i remember when i first heard krs one, eric b and rakim and all the others unsung mc's who we never hear diddly squat about now, the were my hip hop heros. . i remember how good the music was, how every artist had their own sound, own style, and could turn a phrase, that was before the selling of hip hop to the big corporations who then turned it against us and started promoting their agendas through it. now i just shake my head when i hear what's being pushed on us as "hip hop". my question is, when did it become sullied, and as much as I want to say that diddy and crew were responsible for that, I have to blame the creation and promotion of gangster rap, i remember when females were in videos fully clothed, not laying across a bed skankily dressed, or getting a credit card ran through her a-s crack.

Student of Truth

I'm glad a good percentage of you are not falling for Afrika Bambaataa's words about hip-hop being hijacked. The truth is Lucifer started and cultivated hip-hop to serve his agenda. Look at the fruit that hip-hop has produced and you will see it has served the Luciferian agenda from day one. From the 5% Nations influence on hip-hop to the moral decline of the Black community hip-hop has not served us well. It looks like the VC commnunity is getting smarter and wiser. Keep researching the truth my people.

Derrick H

I'm sure your a old guy by that statement.


Afrika Bam knows the score. This artice just mentions one little quote but doesn't really give him the credit he deserves. The "Dark Matter" album is full of warnings about the New World Order, implantable microchips, television, etc. The album is full of positive messages, and is well-produced, with righteous lyrics and danceable beats. Real hip hop lives, despite the evil forces who have hijacked the mainstream "hip-pop". Go "underground" for real hip-hip- same as you should for real news and information! Check out Noble at for some of both!


The birth of Hip-Hop was "Luciferian" to begin with. Was it not Afrika Bambaataa or KRS-One who said that Rap/Hip-Hop came about after being visited by a spirit, inspiring the creation on this art form? In its early stages Rap/Hip-Hop was a powerful voice for the Black Community and addressed social/political issues. It had substance to it – the same can't be said for today's music. Regardless, it has done a great deal to destroy that same community in detrimental ways. The same can arguably be said about Rock and Heavy Metal. It's all the same to me… destructive, solely, because of who it originates from. Urban/Black music is such a lucrative industry, why wouldn't it be exploited for a "Luciferian" agenda. Everything has been planned for our destruction. I've stated this before, it is a spiritual warfare that we are in. And [they] are setting the stage for an enforced Sunday observance. They are doing it now, here in America, I assure you, and Germany has already gotten on board {}. Get the book: National Sunday Law – it explains everything. Our journey in this life is about one thing, and one thing only: a decision for eternal Life… Read more »


He runs a satanic cult, uzn.they promote Idolatry ,humanism and self worship.He claims he is a God.has a lot of people fooled


you all got to check DEAD PREZ. they've been around… All truth, GREAT music, great hip-hop funny and deep and political. Gave me hope for music and it gives you courage.

jim m

A word to the wise on Jordan Maxwell,He was a fellow traveler of Manly Palmer Hall high level Freemason,Maxwell aka Robert Pine,took his name from Mme.Blavatsky's "Isis Revealed" Jordanus Maximus. William Cooper knew who Jordan Maxwell was, Bill Cooper was gunned down and left to die in his own front yard.


whats with afrika's cap? someone explain to me

no government name

i said that im amazing,

not that im a mason,

its amazing that i made it thru the maze that I was in,

forgive me God, I couldnt have done it without sin.

A random thought

Long live Hip hop.

Hip Hop is the voice of freedom

let them not take it away from us

close your ears to there money gods

listen to the words not just the beats

and when i say listen i mean listen,hear,digest and think about what you just heard!

long live Hip Hop worldwide from the streets of armerica,germany,new zealand,bosnia,france,england,africa every place where hip hop creates hope in the oppressed and if your an artist stay away from the record company's they will only change you and your style to what they want.


rapper rick ross made a song called free mason i dont know why VC didnt do an artical about it

oh and there is also a kids show called avatar vc should look into that

and also check out rick ross's remix to his song super high with wiz khalifa


Satan was in charge of music in heaven??!! Thanks for the laugh.

Derrick H

Whats funny he was.That and beauty was his gift.


THEY will win for a moment, read the Bible, but then they WILL fall for good

tanya peters

AMEN afrika bambaataa 🙂


When? When is VC doing an article on Tupac?

Todays artist that speak out seem to have their moments and short bursts when talking about the illuminati and then quiet down again

Tupac died because he wouldnt be quiet after being given the throne to the industry


Have you guys listened to Ill bill? His album, hour of reprisal is the truth.

You should check this track out if you would like. Lays out the whole agenda, For Realz for Realz.

Society is Brainwashed.

There really isn't much time left. What is happening in Egypt is the first strike, and its going to end up here. HAARP waves are also behind what is causing the snow storms in the northen hemisphere, and mega cyclones in the Southern Hemisphere.

omong kosong

nobody mention "The Last Poets"……. jazzoetry is poetry, ring any bells out there?


I am confused. While I do not disagree that the music industry is taken over by an agenda, he gives his proof as

"I say, ‘Where’s your go-go, your hip-house, your electro-funk, your raga, your R&B and soul?’ They get real quiet"

I do not know what hip-house is, so that is proof I must be forcing luciferian music cause Me or even a DJ does not know about the various underground music styles?



The statement about the hip-house, the go go, and etc. and the fact that not many people know of these forms of hip hop is SUPPORTING what he`s saying. Don`t think of the surface of the statement. He`s speaking on the level of psychologically robbing the artists and the fans of hip hop of the genre`s diversity. So many people have only scratched the surface of hip hop and have only experienced the conscious (i.e. Lupe Fiasco), gangster (i.e. Tupac), and Hollywood/Crossover (i.e. Young Money) but there are so many different sounds and styles to hip hop that we don`t get to hear because we`re bombarded with t he crossover madness and now suddenly everyone wants to be a rapper with a rock attitude/style. We`re bombarded with it beyond comprehension and we buy into the trends to the point of being mindless clones and that`s the conspiracy.


Im glad to hear a pioneer speak up. I wish there were more like him. Even brief comments are big.



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