Mossad Job – Beautiful America I Love You – Payday Monsanto

Payday Monsanto’s stance on political issues and biting social commentary both aided and hindered his quest to bring solid music and messages to the masses. With “rad…ical” material that goes against the grain of commercial hip hop by providing content of substance, his lyrics touch on subjects ranging from war, police brutality, the looting of the middle-class, Israeli control of US policy, and the massive push by the oligarchy to demonize and illegally invade nations refusing to submit to the agenda of a one world government/army/religion, etc.

As a poet, activist, and hip hop artist, he pursues the demise of “genocide rap” by using his musical genius for thought-provoking, purely positive purposes.

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