Why is it so hard for objectivists to make it in underground hip hop?

Quora: Why is it so hard for objectivists to make it in underground hip hop?

I find that people in the world of underground will show some interest in hearing my music until they find out it is objectivist-themed. I hate to say it but I feel the world of underground hip hop is prejudiced against objectivists music. Why is this?

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21 Responses:

  1. Jim Sweeney says:

    Paul Ryan is so O.G.

  2. Jim Sweeney says:

    Paul Ryan is so O.G.

  3. Joe Crawford says:

    Quora is almost entirely useless.

    But then occasionally it has a gem like this.

    Nice find.

  4. Not gonna... You can't make me...nope nope nope.

  5. Not gonna... You can't make me...nope nope nope.

  6. Sheila Marie says:

    Clearly this dude just needs to "go Galt" and stop relying on others' approval.

  7. Sheila Marie says:

    Clearly this dude just needs to "go Galt" and stop relying on others' approval.

  8. One could make a fairly compelling case that most gangsta rap, with themes of money-at-all-cost, always looking out for #1, and the constant glorification of self, is already pretty inline with objectivist philosophy.

  9. One could make a fairly compelling case that most gangsta rap, with themes of money-at-all-cost, always looking out for #1, and the constant glorification of self, is already pretty inline with objectivist philosophy.

  10. Gianteye says:

    If his band isn't named RanDMC I'm setting fire to things.

    • 205guy says:

      Oh surely that deserves a slow clap, but I'm too lazy to figure out how to post the gif.

  11. Devon Dossett... are you actually comparing... nope. Not gonna. You almost got me, but no.

  12. Devon Dossett... are you actually comparing... nope. Not gonna. You almost got me, but no.

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