Well, this kind of destroys the ‘gentle giant’ narrative spun in the media. Here are some of his songs with the lyrics underneath via Soopermexican:

Shit Talka:

The chorus is taken from the popular song, “Bad Boys,” but instead they sing, “shit talker, shit talker, whatcha gonna do? when a real killa killa come for you?”

{snip}

Jennings Station Road Freestyle:

This one specifically talks about killing people and how fun it is. The main rapper talks about how his favorite part of killing people is when they hit the ground.

Every time I call your bitch I make her cum

And when she comes I’m cumming all over her tush

I beat that pussy up

I’m smoking purple

I roll fat blunts they look just like my thumb

While I bless him with a dick on his face

08/05/14 Free$tyle Big’Mike:

In this rap song, one of the rappers talks about killing someone and seeing them “layin’ across the street.” The victim is said to be “mashed up and black” like a goblin so “there ain’t describing him.”

With this Glock in your face

And you betta not make a sound

And I only like white men on my money [???]

Those who are last shall be first,

Whites on the bottom

He musta walked up and unloaded because there was no stopping him

Somebody else layin’ across the street, must be his partner

Damn.

[Editor's Note: You can listen to some of Brown's rap songs at the original article link below.]

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  • anony

    It’s difficult to understand why we have suffered these savages this long.

    • Shadow

      We have suffered these savages for so long only because of White guilt.

      • TruthBeTold

        AND white denial.

        Too many whites believe blacks are fixable if we just do more and try harder.

        And let me add, every time there’s a small improvement (the gap closes by 1% point) it gives whites who are in denial the hope that there are solutions.

        • Steven Bannister

          White guilt, white apathy, liberal naiveté and the “culture of critique” that Kevin McDonald writes about. It’s all of those things (and a few others) that have kept us from breaking out and declaring our independence.

          • propagandaoftruth

            We had things pretty much under control prior to 1960 regarding the negroes down South.

            The secret is to see things as they are. A spade is a spade. Then, do what must be done. Not a task for the eloi.

        • Shadow

          That’s what is called taking up “the White Man’s Burden”.

          • propagandaoftruth

            The real White man’s burden will be doing what needs be done to save himself, his own, his world.

            And there’s no way it’s going to be all cumbaya fun and games. The cowardly eloi cringes in his castle as the world swirls down the can into chaos and dissolution. Mumbles comforting canards while carefully parsing all input that makes him feel uncomfortable.
            In his quivering heart he knows his role, he knows the storm awaiting him. He just hopes he will die before it all crashes. Maybe his displaced kid living in the basement will figger out some way to deal with the problem like a man, but that will be after the treacherous, cowardly eloi has shuffled off his pathetic mortal coil so not his problem.

            He’ll be burning in Hell for his cowardice and treachery, after all, a fate he prefers to courageous sacrifice and eternal reward – here on earth in the form of prosperous descendants, there in heaven (or Valhalla) in the form of having sacrificed for the Truth, for the much maligned good.

      • Augustus3709

        Funny how there was no “White Guilt” before the advent of television.

        Imagine, a magic propaganda box sitting in your home, talking to your family 24 hours a day. The haters of the White people love it.

      • Luca

        Thank your local Liberal.

  • MekongDelta69

    See? I told you on Friday that he was an ‘aspiring‘ rapper (in addition to all the rest of his ‘wonderful’ qualities.

    • The Worlds Scapegoat

      In the tradition of Jeff Foxworthy’s “You might be a Redneck…”

      If you are laying face down on the cement surrounded by yellow tape…you might be an aspiring rapper.

      If the police have one of your aliases down as “Din Do Nuffin”…you might be an aspiring rapper.

      If you have more than 5 surveillance tapes of you committing a crime posted on youtube or Hip-Hop Now… you might be an aspiring rapper.

      If someone gets shot at your funeral…you might be an aspiring rapper.

      If yo mama says “He be a good boy”… you might be an aspiring rapper.

      • glennm

        if you hung with the wrong crowd, are the wrong crowd , or was the wrong crowd….you might be an aspiring rapper

      • Paleoconn

        If you think it might be fun to run towards a policeman with a gun aimed at you…you might be an aspiring rapper.

        If every relative of yours squirting crocodile tears alongside Al Sharpton on national TV has a different last name from yours…you might be an aspiring rapper.

        If you bring a 6’4″ 292lb tub of lard to a gunfight…you might be an aspiring rapper.

        If your community honors your death by burning down the city…you might be an aspiring rapper.

        If the only known photos of you that exist besides the solitary one of you as a cherubic pre-teen are those of you flipping the bird and toking while in camo and a wifebeater…you might be an aspiring rapper.

        • adplatt126

          If you have an ineffable but nagging sense that your people have been wrongly removed from their natural habitat and thrust into a civilized world, you might be an aspiring rapper.

      • TruthBeTold

        If you have no talent of any kind, you might be an aspiring rapper.

      • RileyDeWiley

        If you jus’ turnin’ yo life aroun’, you be an aspiring rapper.

      • Shadow

        If you’re a worthless bastard being raised by a single,300 pound,nappy-headed crack ho on welfare who doesn’t know who your real daddy is,you might be an aspiring rapper.

        If you’re “keepin’ it real” by having sex with other young (or not-so-young) black men on the “down low”,you might be an aspiring rapper.

      • jayvbellis

        You might be an aspiring DEAD rapper…

    • TruthBeTold

      A dead black rapper.

      And they tell us stereotypes aren’t true.

  • Andy

    Is it “I only like *white men* on my money” or “I only like white men *on my money*?

    Are these lyrics in order? They make absolutely no sense.

    • The Worlds Scapegoat

      Blacks are so f’in stupid…but just think how dumb the whites are who think they are smart.

      • 1stworlder

        They see smart blacks on TV, they just don’t realize its like Lassie and Mr ED

        • silviosilver

          Lassie probably bore more resemblance to real canines than TV blacks do to street blacks.

    • Kenner

      I just got it. The only white men he likes are the ones on paper money.

      • Nancy

        Now you can appreciate how difficult it was to teach these little thuglets any kind of grammar or basic writing skills. What’s worse: If I didn’t give them all passing grades, it was because “I was insensitive to their culture”.

      • MekongDelta69

        Wait. Isn’t NoBama on the three dollar bill?!

        [Unfortunately, you have to be a little older to 'get' this...]

        • Spikeygrrl

          Then you must also be old enough to remember “what a waste!” (said when one of those was actually attractive).

          • MekongDelta69

            Yeah, but only girls said that!

            That perversion grosses me out.

          • Spikeygrrl

            (Me, too.)

            Clearly we didn’t know the same boys. “I can turn her, I can turn her! Once she gets a taste of a REAL [male appendage] she’ll never look back!”

      • thomasdosborneii

        Who also are dead.

    • Luca

      Let me get this straight… you’re trying to make sense of sub-Saharan ebonics in rap songs?

    • Shadow

      “…They make absolutely no sense.”

      That’s because blacks themselves make absolutely no sense.

    • 1stworlder

      The white men on the bottom sounds gay.

      • Who Me?

        The white man on the bottom, meaning of course by inference the black man on top is every nagger’s wet dream. Also, it’s never going to happen, you can’t fix enough of what’s wrong with them to make them up to the task of running a civilization.

        • silviosilver

          Naggers? Ah, people who annoy you.

          • Who Me?

            Oh, they annoy me all right…

          • RedOnTheHead

            A farmer goes to see a lawyer and says ‘I want a day-vorce’.
            Lawyer says ‘wha… oh okay do you have a case?’
            ‘No I got a Deere’ says the farmer.
            ‘Well do you have a grudge?’
            ‘Of course I do. That’s where I keep the John Deere.’
            ‘Does she beat you up?’
            ‘Nope I get up at 4:30 every morning.’
            The lawyers getting exasperated ‘Is she a nagger?’
            ‘No’ he says ‘but the baby is, that’s why I want the day-vorce.’

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    This could be half the black boys and men between 14 and 30 that live in those Ferguson apartment farms. All aspiring rappers with mixtapes coming out. Incidentally, this is why I think that the “college” that Brown was about to start (if he was actually going to college) was a school called “Extreme Institute by Nelly.” Google it.

    • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

      I saw that school somewhere and went to their website. I thought it was on your blog. But they’ve changed the narrative on him again. The new BS is that he was studying to be a heating and air conditioning engineer. They just make stuff up and get the press to print it and way too many people believe it because they want to believe it.

      • 1stworlder

        That would be an easy way to case houses.

  • JackKrak

    This looks like the term paper that is probably required of one of the courses at the “college” he was supposed to attend. There’s a Malcolm X Professor of Black Studies somewhere who has certainly written identical, uh, lyrics to some free-form poetry project that got him a huge grant from the Ford Foundation. Too bad Mr. Brown wasn’t able to stick around long enough to profit from his obvious talents.

    • kikz2

      or a noel ignatiev………….

  • Kathy M

    What vile filth coming from those warped animals. No human decency. No sense of right and wrong. Filth right out of the gutter. Any decent woman would throw up at the sight of them.

    • Cecil Broomsted

      One could easily imagine such lyrics playing in the background as Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom were being sexually tortured and mutilated.

      .

      • Paleoconn

        I’d rather not think of such things. I’d rather fantasize of these guys getting tortured by some good ol boys, scored by some Skynyrd or Johnny Cash.

    • Tim_in_Indiana

      Guess what? The liberal media is going to praise him for being “creative” and “trying to do something with his life.”

      • antiquesunlight

        Sounds crazy, but you’re right. The LA Times already has. Google, “Michael Brown’s raps: Money, sex, drugs — and a vulnerable side”

  • journey

    “Black” literature now required reading in schools. The level comes pretty close to “rap” just dressed up to be more acceptable.

    • redfeathers

      My nephew was forced to read the autobiography of Malcolm X over the summer.

      • Diana Moon Glampers

        With proper context, studying our problems can be very informative. Without the understanding of racial truths, I feel your nephew is being abused. If we do not teach the young the truth, who will?

      • antiquesunlight

        My sister has three beautiful blonde haired white children, all very sweet and intelligent, and I am so, SO happy that she is homeschooling them. Every time I hear something like what you and journey wrote, it makes me praise the Lord. Especially since the public schools near them are chock full of blacks.

      • Who Me?

        I actually read that book when I was about 15 years old, and even at that age, it made me realize there was something very, very wrong with the “Nation of Islam” and Mr. X and their philosophy. When he talked of “killing all the blue eyed devils” I thought to myself that I have blue-eyes, and never did anything to hurt anyone, so there was a problem there. I was somewhat liberal as I grew up, but also always more than usually racially aware, due to certain life circumstances and experiences.

  • JohnEngelman

    Darn. I thought he led a Bible discussion group at church.

  • glennm

    thank god this sub human is dead

  • Extropico

    “And I only like white men on my money”… Bill Clinton has already let loose with the Lefty plan to eradicate White men from the currency; they are just waiting for our numbers to drop a bit further before they do that.

  • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

    We in the south said that blacks would pull America down to their level. How right we were, but we were thinking the James Brown level. This so-called music of the ghetto was unimaginable to us back in the 60s. We must embrace our whiteness and reject everything the negro is associated with as contaminated–sports, music, tv, movies. Reject them all and create a white parallel universe until we can put an ocean between us and these filthy savages.

    • Pro_Whitey

      I remember as a kid seeing TV movies about the Mississippi Burning murders and how everyone, including myself, felt so much more intelligent and righteous than those Southerners. How wrong we were.

      • silviosilver

        A few friends and I have long kidded around by quoting lines from that movie to each other. Whereas we once did it with a sense of racial rectitude, nowadays we do it ironically, knowing what fools we were to accept the narrative of black innocence.

      • Luca

        Whoever runs Hollywood gets to portray the characters as they choose. They create the heroes and villains for public consumption.

    • 1stworlder

      Apex fallacy, you where hoping they where all as smart as one that could earn money.

    • jayvbellis

      One necessary and easy step is to stop worshipping Black sports stars. It’s only Football and basketball now, sprinting races in the Olympics. That’s it. Blacks don’t even do well in boxing anymore.

      Make the shift away from Black thug dominated college football and NFL to college hockey and baseball to pro hockey and pro baseball.

      • IBWHITE

        Russians now dominate many weight classes in boxing. MMA has a lot of White competitors also.

  • [Guest]

    >>>Well, this kind of destroys the ‘gentle giant’ narrative spun in the media.

    No, it doesn’t. The truth and the narrative are very often totally contradictory. The narrative trumps the truth, just as it’s intended to.

  • Shadow

    Well,there’s one thing we can say about Mike Brown with absolute certainty: he was obviously no Shakespeare!

    • anony

      And that he’s dead.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        “And that he’s dead.”

  • ZB01

    Let’s see. Mr. College-Bound Brown reveals a lot about himself with these short….”lyrics”(?)

    1. Sleeps with another man’s “*itch”
    2. Into perverted sexual activity.
    3. Is an Illegal drug user
    4. Mixes a pseudo-religiosity “bless” with references to his genitalia.
    5. Assaults with a deadly weapon (surprise, surprise!)
    6. Uses threats and intimidation to keep silence
    7. Does not care for whites at all! (surprise, surprise!)
    8. Willing to kill at the drop of a hat. Maybe a “partner” refers to….Cops???

    Is Black: Really? I would have never guessed.

    • Dave4088

      All of those things are considered normal activity in the afro-merican community and brings cultural enrichment to whites in close proximity. If you disagree you are a racist.

    • Kenner

      Yes, when I saw ‘partner’, I immediately thought ‘cop’. I can’t see big black Mike employing that word in its other recent DWL usages.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    More from the Gentle Giant™:

    “I’ll be counting money by myself

    I’m a rich nigga so I got that wealth

    I f*** three [???] hos by myself

    While I’m smoking on this [!?!?]”

    ———————————————————————————————————

    So expressive, eloquent, urbane and refined!!

    It’s a black cultural thing and therefore above criticism and reproach.

    Another aspiring poet, artist and musical genius gunned down by an evil White society that can’t stand to see a black man succeed.

  • DaveMed

    When one examines rap lyrics, one arrives at the inescapable conclusion that the genre’s performers and audience are absolute sociopaths.

  • Paleoconn

    We all knew he was destined to win the Nobel. This is proof he was on his way to corral an Escalade full of Grammys, too.

  • anony

    Wrong.

    Blacks are taught from grammar school that Whites are the perpetrators of virtually all the evil in the world.

    The lyrics in their “rap” merely reflects this attitude.

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    “Fictitious” like their staggeringly high violent crime rate?

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    I am old enough to remember when it was common for many Whites to believe that if all of this evil discrimination were stopped, before too long there would be countless black men like the quiet sensitive cerebral endearing characters played by Sidney Poitier in ‘Guess Whose Coming to Dinner’ and ‘To Sir With Love.’ Today you would have to be either very young and brainwashed or a Multicultural Marxist/open-borders cheap-labor ideologue to hold onto such laughably utopian notions.

  • Lord Sandwich

    This entire hoopla is complete and utter lunacy. I can hardly wrap my head around how crazy this is when atrocities are committed against innocent whites with impunity. This goon was a thug and died like a thug. How about we march them all to a reservation equal to 13% of the lower 48 wall them off and let them have at it? If not, the US is done. It’s just a matter of time.

  • Garrett Brown

    Hey guys, he actually was an aspiring rapper! How tragic…

  • Augustus3709

    These lyrics will go into the Smithsonian next to Trayfraud’s hoody.

  • B.A_2014

    I beez like Wagner n sheet!

  • TheHBD

    Imagine if the races were reversed here. A 300 lb. skinhead rushes a police officer and is shot dead…later it comes to light that he made statements like ‘I only like black men on my box of Uncle Ben’s rice’ or some such nonsense. The cop would be a hero for taking down a violent racist, and it would have lasted a whole five minutes on the evening news.

  • Magician

    I just saw this video clip and

    youtube[dot]com/watch?v=WhMTtLrlvcA

    Why is every black person who appears in the mainstream media male? I said this hundreds of times in the past but, whenever a black person appears in the media it is male

  • jayvbellis

    Michael Brown was a good gangster rap singer.

    Only good gangster rap singer is a dead gangster rap singer.

    He is good and dead.

  • Melvin Bonzarelli

    Swisher Sweets has already contacted Brown’s family to license the rights to this song so they can use in their Super Bowl commercial next year. The theme of their 60 second commercial will be “Ooga booga shiznit huffin de ho an dat am all dat good, sho’ nuff”. It wlll be sung by Barry, Michelle and their two cubs.

    • Luca

      Will the cubs twerk to the music?

    • John

      Friend, you’re making hard for me to continue my decade plus moratorium on watching football. It might be worth breaking it just to see this commercial alone. Ooga Booga has been one of my favorites since I was a kid and he was featured in Mad magazine.

  • Luca

    Juan Chanate.

    “Crow” in Spanish is ‘chanate’ (coloquial) or ‘cuervo’ (proper).

  • Jack Green

    I must admit. When I was young I felt sympathy for the negro. And I thought my dad was an old school racist. He said he didn’t hate blacks. Rather, he felt sorry for them. He referred to them as the N word when speaking of them. He told me they were different and that they didn’t think the same as white people. He said they were only 200 years removed from the jungle.

    Now I am 50 years old and I realize everything he told me was true.

  • indoctrination_FAIL

    The curriculum you listed there is a hoot for sure! Thanks for passing that on.

    One bit of trivia: the (hilarious) inclusion of “Logic” actually refers to something actually relevant, I believe. It’s the brand name of a software tool from Apple for music creation and editing. Similar competitive professional-grade products are Pro Tools and CuBase (which I own).

    Typically what the aspiring, expiring, un-inspiring, and tiring rap “artists” are hoping to do is read/recite their doggerel into a microphone to record it as an overdub onto a previously created “track” of repeating “loops” of sounds of drums, bass, keyboards, guitars, and miscellaneous other instruments. It’s pretty unlikely that the Michael Browns of the world have access to Logic–for one thing it’s expensive (several hundred dollars). And expensive software tools are big, deep toolboxes, which means it matters “what you’ve got under the hood”, shall we say, to get up the learning curve.

    The person who actually has the computer, software, and maybe a studio is referred to as a “producer”. He/she assembles backing tracks from existing “loops”, typically commercially available pre-recorded snippets recorded by studio players. And Logic is one of the more popular tools for doing this process. Hence the course in the catalog.

    If you’re thinking “that doesn’t seem very ‘creative’ to me!”, you’re catching on.

  • MoMo

    Reading over Mr. Brown’s artistic endeavors inspired me to create the following rap as a musical testament to the life and times of the “gentle giant.”

    I be keepin it real you feel
    Doing my thang,
    Running my game,
    Making it rain.

    I be all up in dem clubs
    Making my love
    Putting dem Hos all in pain

    Doin my thang

    I’m a big man with a small mind
    Step out of line
    And I be keeping time with my nine
    Cause I be a big M.F. man with a small M.F. mind

    I don’t wanna haf to kill, you feel
    I but I gotta be keepin it real
    I be knowin every rhyme by my man Plies

    and I ain’t be playin no radio when I be runnin my game

    Doing my thang
    Makin it rain
    I aint tippin
    So don’t start trippin

    Cause I ain’t taking no s—-
    From the man
    And they better be no dissing with my mind
    Cause I be a big man with a small mind

    There will be a lot of rap done over.

    MoMo

  • 1stworlder

    I worked in inner city hospitals for over 5 years, I believed in equality when I started. By ability to under stand ebonics came in part from patients on the down low.