1. 13 Examples of Not-So-Patriotic Rap Covers.

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    #1. 2 Black 2 Strong MMG - Burn Baby Burn EP (Clappers, 1990)

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    #2. Above The Law - Uncle Sam's Curse (Ruthless, 1994)

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    #3. DJ Screw - Best of the Best Vol. 2 (mixtape, 2006)

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    #6. Geto Boys - Da Good Da Bad & Da Ugly (Rap-A-Lot, 1998)

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    #9. Lupe Fiasco - "Around My Way (Freedom Ain't Free)" (Atlantic, 2012)

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    #10. Paris - Acid Reflex (Guerilla Funk, 2008)

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    #11. Pastor Troy - Tool Musiq (Money & the Power/SMC, 2007)

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    #12. Public Enemy - "Night of the Living Baseheads" (Def Jam, 1988)

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      True, true - good one.

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      The Coup's "Party Music" was printed prior to 9-11, then pulled after by Warner Bros. Depicted the Twin Towers exploding and Boots holding the detonator, demonstrating that he's an anti-capitalist.

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      Willie - we stuck to explicitly stars & stripes featured ones this time out. That Party Music cover tho is the real deal.

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      Paris "Sleeping with the Enemy" is the most obvious !

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      We left it off the list cause that album cover wasn't officially released. They pulled it. And 13 is such a nice number. It's the original 13 colonies!

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      Aight! cool ... I got you. I was thinking about that album cover from The Terror*sts ‎'Terror Strikes' (Always Bizness, Never Personal) w/ Geto Boys which is also - definitely to rank as a GWOT artwork - but due to covers with stars and stripes...this cover is out of the current topic.

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