There’s An Effort To Get Quavo On The National Anthem

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  • Supreme Trunks

    But it wouldn’t sound right unless they had a beat to it and add extra lines

  • Herbz 4 Breakfast

    Our National Anthem is old and racist. It should’ve been changed decades ago.

    • Jesse Mccree

      How? Its about war lmao

      • Herbz 4 Breakfast

        It is one of the most racist, pro-slavery, anti-black songs in the American lexicon, and you would be wise to cut it from your Fourth of July playlist.
        To understand the full “Star-Spangled Banner” story, you have to understand the author. Key was an aristocrat and city prosecutor in Washington, D.C. He was, like most enlightened men at the time, not against slavery; he just thought that since blacks were mentally inferior, masters should treat them with more Christian kindness. He supported sending free blacks (not slaves) back to Africa and, with a few exceptions, was about as pro-slavery, anti-black and anti-abolitionist as you could get at the time.

        Of particular note was Key’s opposition to the idea of the Colonial Marines. The Marines were a battalion of runaway slaves who joined with the British Royal Army in exchange for their freedom. The Marines were not only a terrifying example of what slaves would do if given the chance, but also a repudiation of the white superiority that men like Key were so invested in.

        All of these ideas and concepts came together around Aug. 24, 1815, at the Battle of Bladensburg, where Key, who was serving as a lieutenant at the time, ran into a battalion of Colonial Marines. His troops were taken to the woodshed by the very black folks he disdained, and he fled back to his home in Georgetown to lick his wounds. The British troops, emboldened by their victory in Bladensburg, then marched into Washington, D.C., burning the Library of Congress, the Capitol Building and the White House. You can imagine that Key was very much in his feelings seeing black soldiers trampling on the city he so desperately loved.
        A few weeks later, in September of 1815, far from being a captive, Key was on a British boat begging for the release of one of his friends, a doctor named William Beanes. Key was on the boat waiting to see if the British would release his friend when he observed the bloody battle of Fort McHenry in Baltimore on Sept. 13, 1815. America lost the battle but managed to inflict heavy casualties on the British in the process. This inspired Key to write “The Star-Spangled Banner” right then and there, but no one remembers that he wrote a full third stanza decrying the former slaves who were now working for the British army: The lyrics are as follows “And where is that band who so vauntingly swore,
        That the havoc of war and the battle’s confusion
        A home and a Country should leave us no more?
        Their blood has wash’d out their foul footstep’s pollution.
        No refuge could save the hireling and slave
        From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,
        And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
        O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.”
        In other words, Key was saying that the blood of all the former slaves and “hirelings” on the battlefield will wash away the pollution of the British invaders. With Key still bitter that some black soldiers got the best of him a few weeks earlier, “The Star-Spangled Banner” is as much a patriotic song as it is a diss track to black people who had the audacity to fight for their freedom. Perhaps that’s why it took almost 100 years for the song to become the national anthem.

        • Jesse Mccree

          Its not that serious lmao

          • Issa lie

            The full national anthem is racist

          • Jesse Mccree

            the full one? Whats the second verse lmao?

            “Dis ya boy Key
            Sellin slaves 2 fo 3”

            Irdgaf man. Shit ain’t that serious

          • Imwhite

            cleary you kinda do ‘GAF’ cause you were the one to ask the question

          • Issa lie

            You cant be that stupid. You actually think they sing the entire national anthem

          • Ye’

            That shit as kinda fire though

      • G.O.A.T

        Read a book lil nigga!

  • ben

    Dude is fuckin trash, one of the shittiest rappers out today, I don’t understand why anyone would put him on a track

  • Manny Bravo

    The ad-libs on this performance are about to be amazing!

    *Check out my debut album on September 25th (It got pushed back due to some distribution issues). It’s called “We Gon’ Die Anyway!” and will be available on Spotify, YouTube and Soundcloud.*

    • Dirt

      You really out here finding anything to comment on posts so you can plug your tape huh…

      • Manny Bravo

        Actually, I was commenting on this site before I was plugging the album. Know what you’re talking about before you type, bruh. Also, check out the album when it drops lol

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  • Conner

    My god these jibber jabber rappers singing the anthem now smerica is fuckkkked would rhink one eould need to know english before doing something like that

  • skram

    No no no these stupid motherfuckers have to stop with this fuckery
    ….White America is not going to accept this asshole singing the national anthem wake the fuck up u delusional fucks