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The Doctrine of Hip Hop Culture

The Doctrine of Hip Hop Culture

Jan 25, 2014

Many people state that they follow Hip Hop Culture.  But do they completely understand the doctrine of the culture? The following is a brief summary of the doctrine of Hip Hop to clarify for those that may not understand completely:

 

Money

The belief that you are to do anything for the all mighty dollar. Even if that means sell drugs in your own community, steal from others more or less fortunate than you, pimp women, deceive & hustle regardless of who you hurt, and put it in priority over your family. In Hip Hop doctrine people believe the amount of money you have and can spend easily defines your actual worth and value to your community.

In Hip Hop, a person’s main goal is to accumulate as much money as they can. It promotes money being one’s god.

 

Sex and Relationships

Hip Hop doctrine encourages having random sexual interactions with different individuals. It’s quite ok in having multiple baby mothers or fathers, without even having the actual thought of marriage & raising a family. The doctrine objectifies women. Pushing the belief that women aren’t anything but hoes and tricks, and only a source of entertainment or pleasure for the man. It is promoted that you are to treat women the way they treat themselves.

It’s true that like money, this theme is presented all over and not just a theme prevalent in Hip Hop. The main issue with this theme pertaining to Hip Hop is that it is used to destroy the family structure in our communities. Now seeing a black family (i.e. The Cosby Show or families like that) is a rarity compared to seeing single mothers and fathers promoted. It takes a village to raise one child, and through the lost of our family structure, we have lost our village!

 

Violence

This doctrine is very easy to recognize in Hip Hop. The doctrine teaches that if you are disrespected, you are suppose to pick up a gun, knife, or some other type of weapon and do harm to the other person who was disrespecting you. This often resulting in murder or consistent altercations.

It’s a shame how many of our young men and women have lost their life for the most insignificant reasons. This is not a major theme in other communities but is prevalent in ours. It’s a way of social control by allowing us to go to war with ourselves. We can never grow as a community because we are so ready to fight and kill one another. So one person dies, the other person goes to jail, and who wins?

 

Devil Worship

Speaking of the devil has never been in Hip Hop music as much as it is today. We used to really just expect it in Rock & Roll. Black people can’t be satanic right? Wrong! Now most tracks or albums in Hip Hop speak of the devil. They tell you continuously that they have sold their soul and did a deal with the devil. They blasphemously mock Christ.

This also is a theme that is used in a lot of different communities and other genres of entertainment. The only difference is this is now a culture which promotes people turning from God and the truth in the bible to other false religions and idols (i.e. Calling Jay-Z: J-Hovah or Jehovah). People don’t realize it but they’re subconsciously worshipping these people and even worst the devil.

 

Drugs

This doctrine shows that it is cool to do random drugs, and/or display it to the world that you smoke weed, sniff coke, or whatever else it is people do today.

Once again a major theme in the world, but certainly part of what makes Hip Hop so wrong and dangerous. The display of habitual drug use promotes that it is all that we do. It’s more of a lifestyle than self-medication. As far as the other drugs, it’s easy to understand why the promotion of ecstasy, meth, and coke are wrong.. Why do you think crack was put in all of our urban communities…..the same reason Hip Hop was.

 

There are many other main doctrinal points to Hip Hop, but from these points highlighted it’s clear to see that this culture is poisonous to our youth and this generation. It totally promotes sin and acceptance of sin, without criticism or accountability. If nothing is done, it will continuously get worse.

Do you want your son or daughter to date an individual that subscribes to this doctrine? The purity and morals of our community have been corroded by Hip Hop. It’s time to take a stand against it. 

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9 comments

  1. Good read, multiple facts. Do you feel that individuals who are ignorant to the message that is being portrayed by these “devil worshipers” should be held accountable especially if they don’t live the life of the rapper or singer? There are Christian singers and rappers who use samples and instrumentals from these same rappers so in a way that is supporting the culture as well. Let me know

    • Bondage Breaker /

      I can’t hold them accountable and God won’t just punish them because they listen to Hip hop and are ignorant to their influence. What they will be accountable for is letting that doctrine of Hip Hop have any influence in their life. Because it is totally contrary to the Gospel of Christ, you can’t agree with it’s values and be in sync with God. It takes you further away from Him, and this is what He holds you accountable for. That’s why it’s safest and a practice in spiritual warfare to break away from all things that lay contrary to the Word of God! Great question thank you!

  2. Bondage Breaker /

    I can’t hold them accountable and God won’t just punish them because they listen to Hip hop and are ignorant to their influence. What they will be accountable for is letting that doctrine of Hip Hop have any influence in their life. Because it is totally contrary to the Gospel of Christ, you can’t agree with it’s values and be in sync with God. It takes you further away from Him, and this is what He holds you accountable for. That’s why it’s safest and a practice in spiritual warfare to break away from all things that lay contrary to the Word of God! Great question thank you!

  3. Michelle Hunter /

    Hip Hop in my era came with meaningful messages and it was more than rap music. There was an art to it. For example, you knew an artist by his rhymes, sound, style, and voice. Hip Hop was music, DJing, graffiti, dancing and the clothing. Before the advent of the illuminati rap was pure. I can’t recall seeing or hearing Run DMC, Kurtis Blow, KRS-One or the other rappers in the streets of NYC talking about the DeVil. Athens new era of rappers will DO ANYTHING to make it including selling their souls….

  4. Jonquin Elliott /

    I understood what you meant by the very culture and doctrine of today that Hip hop has imposed on different ethnic communities and even some reigons of America and primarily black people here in the usa
    But i wanted to know if you could help direct me so that i can see some actual examples within this hip hop culture where rappers that are proclaiming themselves as christian openly making “gospel rap” have endorsed new age religion, jezebel spiritism, or blaspheme the Ruach Hakodesh?

    • Jonquin Elliott /

      I understood what you meant by the very culture and doctrine of today that Hip hop has imposed on different ethnic communities and even some reigons of America and primarily black people here in the usa
      But i wanted to know if you could help direct me so that i can see some actual examples within this hip hop culture where rappers that are proclaiming themselves as christian openly making “gospel rap” have endorsed new age religion, jezebel spiritism, or blaspheme the Ruach Hakodesh?

  5. Jeremiah /

    What do you think about Kendrick Lamar, who seems to have infiltrated hip hop to awaken Israel. He uses the most vulgar and perverted aspects of hip hop to paint a story of their prophesied redemption and tries to enlighten them to come out of this American bondage. the world who does not understand prophesy is ignorant, so they hail him as a great rapper, not knowing what he speaks of. he does, however seem to be leaning towards Hebrew Israelite doctrine.

  6. Jeffery Helseth /

    I’m just wondering about Christian Lyrical rappers if that’s OK to listen to

    • Peter /

      You have to be very cautious and try to take in account multiple facts when judging all kinds of music. There are some artists whose (evil) intentions are not recognizable at first sight and they seem okay but they are actually puppets or are involved in dark things intentionally. So I often look for artists message, behavior, personal life when want to be sure if someones okay to listen to. I wish you best of luck in finding good music!

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