Late last summer Baje One of Junk Science (Embedded / Def Jux) sat down for an interview for the "Wigger Please" documentary after the release of their phenomenal track "House Wigger." Now close to a year later, Baje has teamed up with Donnan Linkz for "The N-Word." The track is a dialogue about two friends (one black, one white) who have their close friendship tested when the white friend drops the N-bomb. It's deep, but these two up and coming emcees produce a track that at the end is reminiscent of "early Outkast work":
Download The N-Word at this link.
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This is the type of hip hop you want to play to someone to give them an education--like Quentin Tarantino. Years ago the director participated in a panel discussion in Brtain and implied that white people who have black friends could freely call them "nigger." From The Guardian:
Question twelve: There was a part of Pulp Fiction which I know we don't want to talk about, but you used the word "nigger" yourself, and I know here if any white guy says "nigger" to a black man, you had better put up or die.
QT: You'd do that to a good friend of yours?
Question thirteen: None of my good white friends call me nigger.
QT: They don't have that kind of relationship with you.
Q13: No, we've got a great relationship.
QT: You might have a very great relationship, but you don't have that kind of relationship.
Q13: I think we have that respect for each other where we aren't going to go there.
QT: Then you are not that kind of guy. Sam Jackson is, and I was in that movie.
Q13: I still don't agree with it, because I know a lot of people - almost every black guy I spoke to who saw the movie was, like, fantastic film, brilliant dialogue, but, hey, he isn't going to get away with that.
QT: I do. (Applause)