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Its unexplanitory how I gets lifted higher than a hundred stories I take a beer and I guzzle it Im speakin so shut your mouth and muzzle it smokin els and rollin reefer Ill get you more f---ed up than a can of ether so beautiful when I light it up and then I cup my hands when I fire it up --Wax of ESMob Lil Ass Playa Losee 1995 Lines much like these are not uncommon in todays rap music Many artists are integrating the subject of drug use into their songs Such music has become mainstream and yet even more accessible to young listeners In the late 1970s and early to mid-1980s the presence of drugs in rap music was not tollerated Rap artists advocated against drugs The rap classic White Lines by Grandmaster Melle Mel educated listeners about the dangers of drug use and drug abuse If an artist even mentioned marijuana or any of its thousands of synonyms the media and the listeners reacted in outrage In the mid-1980s rapper Run of Run DMC claimed I keep a bag of cheeba inside my locker Ro 1996 p 73 Even this single sentence produced shock waves From RBs Brown Sugar by DAngelo to Cypress Hills Hits From the Bong and Method Man and Redmans How High all angles of rap music have seemed to blend drug use and music It has become profitable to mix these items all three of these songs climbed higher than number ten on the Billboard music charts It is possible to go to any club in any major city and see hundreds of teens bouncing around and bobbing their heads to this music Not only do they dance to it but most could recite all the lyrics -- as they take a hit of a joint Most take no blame they will fault the system society or even their peers Platinum-selling artist Method Man says I
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