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CST/Da Bronze Bomber

CST/Da Bronze Bomber rapper/musician Hailing from Detroit, USA, CST (Christ Saved Terry) is a charismatic, spontaneous and direct hip-hop / Gospel artist who set out to create music with an honest and eclectic approach.

His fondness for hip-hop goes a long way back: his heart and soul was blessed with a talent and affinity for music since he was a kid. The hip-hop scene has always been victim of the vain and shallow pursuit of super-stardom. As a consequence, much of what makes music really important is lost: the message. The cause. CST doesn’t aim to be another plastic entertainment: His music is a pledge to the

His fondness for hip-hop goes a long way back: his heart and soul was blessed with a talent and affinity for music since he was a kid. The hip-hop scene has always been victim of the vain and shallow pursuit of super-stardom. As a consequence, much of what makes music really important is lost: the message. The cause. CST doesn’t aim to be another plastic entertainment: His music is a pledge to the

02/16/2022

STOP hating on Cordae... The boy can actually Rap.

12/08/2021

Do you buy yourself something for Christmas?

11/23/2021

Some thoughts on my mind.

10/11/2021

Super tough lost for The Bronze Bomber.

Date night.
10/08/2021

Date night.

Pulled up at #undefeated show heads know what's up...
07/12/2021

Pulled up at #undefeated show heads know what's up...

Rest in power gentlemen...
04/29/2021

Rest in power gentlemen...

04/09/2021

If you was a hip hop head you always had a DMX verse

...believe what I say when I tell you...don't make me take you somewhere where nobody can smell you.... lol

My and my dad took this photo years ago and out of all our photos this was my favorite. It looked like an album cover so...
04/02/2021

My and my dad took this photo years ago and out of all our photos this was my favorite. It looked like an album cover so I went there with it. R.i.p. Dad

03/30/2021

One of the worst days of my life...headed to my dad's funeral. RiP dad...

02/02/2021

So funk master flex is saying Drake is better than Hov. I see no lies detected.

My girl is coming out with a single. I will upload it soon.
01/26/2021

My girl is coming out with a single. I will upload it soon.

We can use our challenges to overcome.
01/01/2021

We can use our challenges to overcome.

Back on my wally game!!!
12/29/2020

Back on my wally game!!!

12/29/2020

Was in the studio working for the first time in several years. So excited to be back to working on new music for my couple dozen fans....

12/02/2020

The desire to know people different than you, makes a difference in you.

John Maxwell

11/07/2020

Just spoke with my man that knows how King Vons people. #restinpeacekingvon❤️

Throwback... 22 years ago in Detroit, Michigan
10/12/2020

Throwback... 22 years ago in Detroit, Michigan

King James.... #Lakers2020champs
10/12/2020

King James.... #Lakers2020champs

Took my 6year old to the bank to make her first deposit. #blackmoneymatters #wealthbuilding
09/16/2020

Took my 6year old to the bank to make her first deposit. #blackmoneymatters #wealthbuilding

The best hip hop collective ever!
09/10/2020

The best hip hop collective ever!

This about sums it up...
08/31/2020

This about sums it up...

Rest in peace #chadwickboseman #wakandaforever
08/29/2020

Rest in peace #chadwickboseman #wakandaforever

@cst313 circa 2010 #tbt #rappers #detroitrappers #chh
08/28/2020

@cst313 circa 2010 #tbt #rappers #detroitrappers #chh

Throwback photo of the family. 2016
07/11/2020

Throwback photo of the family. 2016

Tell me where I'm wrong?
07/09/2020

Tell me where I'm wrong?

07/03/2020

The best Rap ever written...

I am the stone that builder refused
I am the visual
The inspiration
That made lady sing the blues
I'm the spark that makes your idea bright
The same spark
That lights the dark
So that you can know your left from your right
I am the ballot in your box
The bullet in your gun
The inner glow that lets you know
To call your brother son
The story that just begun
The promise of what's to come
And I'm 'a remain a soldier till the war is won...

Asheru-Boondocks Theme Song

06/28/2020

Repost from a friend:
Edited slightly.... captures the spirit of what needs to be said.

Ok white friends, and FAMILY! I’m about to lay some hardcore truth on you right now, and many of you are not going to like it. Some of you are going to get immediately defensive. But before you comment from an emotional place, I encourage you to stop, re-read this post, do a little bit of research about casual racism and white privilege and then come back and re-read the post again. After that, if you still want to comment, please feel free.
Ok, here we go....

Many of you are the problem. Yes, you read that right. Many of you are the reason why these riots are happening. Many of you are the reason why it’s come to this. This is especially true if you’ve ever (but especially in the last week) said any of the following;

1. “It’s awful but...” - No. No buts. In the English language, the word “But” is often used to deflect or to justify behavior. Police murdering black people in the street is awful. Period. End of discussion.

2. “I support the movement but not these disruptive protests...” - No, you don’t. Right now, the movement is taking the form of disruptive protests. They’re the same thing. You either want police to stop murdering black people in the street, or you don’t. If you do, then support the protests — even if you find them disruptive and frustrating — because that’s black people fighting for their lives.

3. “All lives/White lives matter too..” - no one said they didn’t. The conversation is specifically about black lives right now because police are murdering them in the street. Until police stop doing that, and White people stop dismissing it, it’s not “All lives matter,” it’s “MOST lives matter.” It’s not “ALL Lives” until Black Lives Matter too. Stay focused.

4. “There are good cops...” - No one said there weren’t. There are three categories of cops; Good cops, bad cops and complacent cops. Good cops are marching with the protesters. They’re sharing the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. They’re trying to change the system from within the system. There are many levels of Bad cops. The most obvious one is those officers that are murdering black people in the street. Bad cops are also sharing the hashtags “blue lives matter.” Bad cops are trying to shift the focus. Bad cops don’t stop their colleagues when they murder black people in the streets. Complacent cops just show up, follow orders and try not to take sides. Complacent cops are bad cops.

5. “I don’t support the looting and destruction...” - no one says you have to, but please stop acting like looting nullifies the entire protest. And definitely stop acting like looting is “just as bad.” That’s like comparing someone stealing your car to someone murdering your child. They’re not equally bad. Stop pretending they are. Police murdering black people in the street is definitely worse than robbing a Target.

6. “Just because I’m white doesn’t mean my life has been easy...” Of course not. Everyone struggles. But being white has never been one of those struggles. Being poor has been a struggle. Being a woman has been a struggle. Being gay has been a struggle. But being white has never been a struggle. The same can’t be said for people of color. I could go on and on about white privilege, but it would be so much easier if you educated yourself instead. This isn’t about how you have suffered in your life. This is about police murdering black people in the street. Stop trying to make it about you.

7. “I really wish they would protest peacefully...” - of course you do. They’re easier to ignore that way. People of color have been peacefully protesting for hundreds of years. It hasn’t been all that successful. The reason riots and violent demonstrations work is because it makes people — especially white people — uncomfortable. We can’t ignore them when they’re waving torches in our faces. It scares us. It puts us on edge, which is precisely where we need to be. People only pay attention to the extreme. If you have trouble recalling a single one of the hundreds of peaceful protests that BLM held across North America last year, but you can still recall, with crystal clarity, the 1992 Los Angeles riots, then you’ve just proved my point.

8. “I don’t see color...” — Congratulations, you’re lying to yourself. Of course, you see color. And that’s good! Black people want you to see their color. Their colors are beautiful and the very foundation of who they are. If you don’t see their color, then you also don’t see their culture. If you don’t see color, then you erase their very identity. If you don’t see their color, then you also can’t see the pattern of violence they’re confronted with every day. If you don’t see color, then you’re blind to more than just racial injustice. You’re blind to the world.

9. “They shouldn’t have committed a crime...” - This one is a big one for me. Consider me triggered. A boy who steals a can of pop from a 7-11 does not deserve to be shot in the back three times. A man illegally selling CD’s on a street corner doesn’t deserve to be shot to death in front of a record store. A man who runs a red light does not deserve to be shot while reaching for his registration. This isn’t about their crimes; this is about bad policing. Stay on topic.

10. “Black people kill white people too...” yes, murderers exist in every race and walk of life. But that’s not what we’re talking about. We’re talking police brutality, and the reality is, black officers are not murdering unarmed white men in the street. That seems to be almost exclusively white officer behavior. Stop gaslighting.

11. “Black people kill other black people...” - Yes, they do, just like white people kill other white people and Latinos kill other latinos etc. Crime related violence does not adhere to any imaginary racial boundaries or allegiances. But, we’re not talking about criminal violence right now. We’re not discussing drug violence or gang violence or sexual violence or domestic violence or bar brawls or whatever random type of violence you’d like to bring up. The conversation is specifically about POLICE BRUTALITY. Say it with me. Police. Brutality. Any other form of violence you bring up is entirely irrelevant. Please stay on topic.

12. “I support black people, but I can’t support the violence...” — In other words, you would prefer people of color continue to be murdered by police, rather than have them rise up violently against their oppressors. Got it. That’s not support.

13. “It’s not about race. We are all human beings...” yes, except people of color often aren’t treated like human beings. For instance, they’re being murdered in the streets like animals. On video. While people watch. While people do nothing.

14. “The looting and arson distract from their message. It’s their fault for not controlling it...” If you’d like to lay blame, how about we start by blaming the police who frequently murder unarmed people of color. If they didn’t frequently murder unarmed people of color, the protest wouldn’t be necessary. The protest wouldn’t have turned into a riot, the riot wouldn’t have turned violent, and looting wouldn’t have happened. Blaming the oppressed for not better “controlling” their social unrest is crazy...

15. “More white people are killed by cops than black people. Here are the statistics....” - I love when people do research! Thank you for that! But those stats that you’re proudly flashing around aren’t an accurate reflection of the issue. According to data, there are approx. 234,370,202 white people In the United States. Comparatively, that same data states that there are 40,610,815 “Black” Americans. So, when your stats show 1,398 white people have been killed by officers since 2017 and only 543 Black people, what those statistics really show is .0005% of white people were killed by police in those 3.5 years, while .0011% of black people were killed by police. That means black people were killed at a higher rate. 220% higher, to be exact.Math has no racial bias. Those aren’t great stats. Stop using them to defend your position.

16. “Black people commit more crime...” - Do they really, though? According to data released in 2017, there were 475,900 black prisoners in state and federal prisons and 436,500 white prisoners. That’s a difference of about 9%. So for argument's sake, let’s say those numbers are an accurate reflection of the amount of crime committed. If people of color commit only 9% more crime, why are they killed by police at a rate of 220% higher?

17. “Well, the same stats you mentioned shows that even though they’re only 12% of the population, they commit 54% of the crime.” - Good Catch! You’re right. But those numbers don’t actually reflect the amount of crime committed. That’s why I said to assume they’re correct. Those numbers only reveal how many people are incarcerated. The reality is, while those numbers are all we have to go on, they don’t tell the complete story either. In the United States specifically, socioeconomic racism, which was designed to keep POC in poverty through district redlining, lower quality of education and other systemic obstacles, is a huge component.Thanks to redlining (look it up) and other zoning and banking practices, the quality of education in “black” neighborhoods are significantly lower, which means the average income for POC in those neighbors is lower and the unemployment much higher. Also, thanks to redlining, the unemployment rate, and lower-income rates, crime in those neighborhoods tends to be higher. That means those neighborhoods are patrolled by police more often. Thanks to racial bias, POC are followed, stopped, harassed and arrested more frequently than the white people who live in those same neighborhoods. What all of this means is that, when POC are arrested more frequently, they often can’t afford fancy lawyers to help them. They usually end up with Public Defenders, who are often overworked, and they often encourage POC to plead guilty in exchange for less time. Then there’s the fact that, because white people make up 73% of the population, they also tend to make up a bigger percentage of jurors. There’s lots of factors to consider. So don’t assume that just because they make up 54% of the people in jail, that they make up 54% of the crime. The entire system is broken. That’s part of the problem.

18. “You’re promoting violence and destruction, shame on you...”. - I don’t remember encouraging anyone to riot. I also don’t remember encouraging anyone to loot or commit arson. The truth is, looting and arson is certainly not my preferred form of protest. But it’s important to remember that protesters haven’t committed most of the violent behavior. Civil unrest tends to cause chaos and confusion. That chaos provides the perfect opportunity for poor-intentioned people to do poor-intentioned things. That doesn’t mean the civil unrest should stop. I don’t condone the violence. I just don’t think it should dominate the conversation. If you want to focus on the violence, try focusing on those officers who’ve killed POC in the street. You’re focusing on the wrong violence.

If any of you are guilty of saying any of the above, then I have unsettling news for you. YOU are the reason it’s come to this.
YOU are the reason peaceful protests haven’t worked.
They haven’t worked because YOU haven’t been listening.
YOU haven’t been learning.
These violent riots are happening because YOU have left people of color no other choice.
These riots are happening because no matter how people of color have said it - taking a knee, marching the streets, bumper stickers, banners, signs, or chants, YOU still don’t get it.
That doesn’t mean you’re a bad person.
That doesn’t mean you’re racist. It only means you’re white. And that’s not a crime, any more than being black is.
The difference is, police aren’t going to shoot you in the street for it.

Copied and pasted. Feel free to do the same.
...and just for fun add a 🖤 so I know you read to the end 😉

I couldn’t have said it better myself. 🖤

The remodeled stu... 2020 baby! #cst313 #studiosetup #justthebeginning
05/25/2020

The remodeled stu... 2020 baby!
#cst313 #studiosetup #justthebeginning

05/10/2020

Praticing for sunday service #worship #sundayservice #lcoc #churchofchrist

Was able to kick it with my flamestone family. #antidote #bigcity #progress
05/04/2020
Antidote Talks "Rap" Episode 7

Was able to kick it with my flamestone family. #antidote #bigcity #progress

Welcome to #AntidoteTalks Antidote is joined by fellow artists and frequent collaborators Ron "Big City" Goodwin, Terry "C.S.T." Ali, and Reggie "Progress" H...

RIP to Stezo... #ripstezo #itsmyturn
04/30/2020

RIP to Stezo... #ripstezo #itsmyturn

04/11/2020

Number 2 freestyle of 2020. Sharing what ive learned from the #bemapodcast i will upload the rest with lyrics if enough people think I should.

*Up where beauties bloom,
And pleasures all divine;
Where wealth, that never can consume,
And endless glories shine.
I spit the biblical text, redefining nature
Living sinfully is no longer in our normenclature...

#freestyle #musician #music #rap #hiphop #artist #singer #producer #rapper #love #musicproducer #newmusic #beats #art #soundcloud #song #studio #instagood #songwriter #trap #rappers #hiphopmusic #spotify #musicvideo #musicians #bhfyp #chh #oldmanrapping #lyrics

04/08/2020

First freestyle of 2020 beat by jbrav

04/03/2020

R.I.P Bill Withers

#billwithers
#aintnosunshine

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