Kill Whitey

Rap-a-Lot and Noo Trybe RecordsMenace Clan consisted of Dante “Dee” Miller and Walter “Assassin” Adams. The hip-hop duo wasn’t able to make much of an impact during the impressive era of classic rap albums that came out in 1995. But their Death Row-esque, guttural sounding, “Kill Whitey” found the hood in the streets, celebrating the deaths of their would-be oppressors. With lines like, “The White man is the devil… Drive-by shooting on this White genetic mutant,” the Rap-a-Lot tandem really made suburbanites feel like they would actually “beat a White boy to the ground”.

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