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Elliott Wilson releases the latest installment of his Life + Times sponsored online series The Truth with impecable timing. This time asking “Has Hip-Hop abandoned Obama?” Citing the Hip-Hop communities’ emphatic following of the commander and chief during his 2008 presidential campaign, YN examines how the dynamics have changed in Hip-Hop’s relationship with Obama.

According to Wilson, “It just seemed like that time in 2008, the Hip-Hop community was fully entrenched in the process and wanting to get out and vote. Now you look four years later, the Hip-Hop community is not really backing him the same way. You don’t have a big song like Jeezy in support of him, plus other artists have been critical at times or seem very indecisive about their position.”

Do you agree or disagree? Watch the full video below and sound off your opinions in the comments.


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