Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Tuba talks about crime on the streets, the war on drugs, the treatment of black people by police and difficulties of life in the ghetto. He sends a message to all Americans that there needs to be a change in this world. He also talks about poverty and how it leads to crime. Tuba says in his song My stomach hurts, so IM looking for a purse to snatch because people are poor they must commit crimes to feed them and their families. Changes is all about these problems African Americans face in the world at this time.Tuba sees no changes from the civil rights movement in the ass. The song changes by Tuba Shaker is one of the rappers In this song, many racial-profiling, poverty and racism affect the everyday life of African- Americans. In the song Changes, Tuba gives an inside look at the daily life of a poor African-American. Tuba seems to be trying to express the idea that changes needs to be made in order to put an end to poverty and racism that African-Americans face every day. Tuba also criticizes the dispersion of African-Americans over the idea to unite and overcome the poverty and racism they face. Objects concerning African-Americans injustices are being conveyed.