Does The New Hip Hop Glorify Satan?

By Victor Ochieng

Hip Hop is no longer the conscious music it used to be. It’s been infiltrated and transformed into a form of praise to the devil, at least in many cases. G Craige Lewis explains in his The Truth Behind Hip Hop 3 – Antichrist Superstar video how so many recording artists resort to glorifying Satan for fame and financial gain. He also mentions Aleister Crowley and his s*x magic, rituals, and incantations that he employs to distribute fame and music business success in exchange for promoting the works of the devil. No wonder more and more artists are celebrating nudity and recording music that promote s*xual immorality, gun violence, bigotry, and racism, among other evil acts.

In fact, that’s also the reason why the recent video series released by Azealia Banks, in which she recorded herself cleaning up a room where she’d sacrificed animals in order to gain fame, didn’t come as a surprise. Based on what we’ve seen with some of these artists, benefiting from the devil mean subscribing to Satan’s kingdom.

For many years, there have been artists who’ve subscribed to Satan’s kingdom, with some even openly confessing their membership to Illuminati or some other satanic outfits. Some conspiracy theorists have done thousands, if not millions, of videos showing people how the devil is infiltrating the music industry and using it to win souls for the dark kingdom.

Banks is among those who’ve confessed their link to the devil. The 25-year-old rapper on Friday released a series of disturbing videos through her Instagram in which she admitted to practicing witchcraft, saying she’s been in the business for three years.

The look of the room she was cleaning was so disturbing. The wall appeared to have stubborn stains of blood, with the floor containing things that look like feathers, apparently belonging to some of the animals she sacrificed. Some two dead chickens can also be seen in the room.

“The amount of crap that’s about to come off my floor right now guys? Oh my God,” she explains in the video. “You know I got to scrape all this s— up. I’ve got my sandblaster, and my goggles — it’s about to go down.”

“Real witches do real things,” she added.

Banks opened up about her witchcraft lifestyle earlier this year during a Broadly Vice interview, in which she said: “My mother practiced white table magic. Prayers to the ancestors and praying to saints and praying for all kind of protection.”

And on Twitter, she said, “Black people are naturally born SEERS, DIVINERS, WITCHES AND WIZARDS. We have REAL supernatural powers, and the sooner we ALL learn to cultivate them and access them, the sooner we can REALLY fix s***.”

But even as such things happen, the church isn’t giving any warning to their members against such people or their music. In fact, some churches have allowed this new generation of Hip Hop to find its way to the altar, infiltrating the gospel unabated just because no one dares speak against it, lest they lose church membership.

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