LL Cool J & Busta Rhymes To the Governor of New York?

HipHop News Posted on August 13, 2018 at 7:49am

LL Cool J & Busta Rhymes To the Governor of New York?

The "New America" a political party is sought to be established for the next state election.

New York, NY – Many of the members of New York's Hip Hop community is tired of waiting on the project to the members of the bureau to take action on the growing list of urban crises and interests. These activists have decided to take matters into their own hands by forming their own their own political party for the future of the state elections.

The new movement is called the New American Party, according to the NY Daily News. It is led by Jineea Butler, founder of Hip Hop Union and the Republican candidate, in the City of New York 13 Congressional District for the state elections this fall.

Butler has been in talks with New York rap icons Busta Rhymes and LL Cool J to represent the New American Party and run by the state of the governor's office. However, neither the rapper has been committed to the campaign you run, or have commented in the press about doing so.

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He explained his initiative to create the new party on the ballot, and why she wants a rapper to run for office. "We are looking for someone who can turn out the vote so that we can clear the 50,000 votes necessary to guarantee ballot line for the next four years) and someone who resonates with the millennials and the young people," Butler said.

The impetus for the new party is similar to Hip Hop's creation four decades ago. "We're juggling a lot of candidates we can look at from the Hip Hop community," Butler said. "Hip-Hop has changed the world, 40, 45 years ago, when he started. Just to give people absolute freedom of expression. We want to use the same principle with a strong agenda to address the economic disparity and the prosperity-driven initiatives."

Butler also detailed as to why thi

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