R.A. The Rugged Man has never shied away from controversy, whether in his music or his political views. Recently, R.A. sat down with The Young Turks to discuss politics, his career, free speech, racism, and more. Speaking with former MSNBC and Current TV contributor Cent Uygur, R.A. explains his controversial track “Shoot Me In The Head,” defends his use of the word “faggot”, and attacks the Democratic Party’s racist history. With over 50 million monthly views, The Young Turks is the largest online news show in the world.
R.A. The Rugged Man’s critically-acclaimed new album Legends Never Die has been hailed as one of the best hip hop albums of 2013. Featuring appearances from Tech N9ne, Talib Kweli, Brother Ali, Hopsin, Vinnie Paz, Krizz Kaliko, Masta Ace, Eamon, and more, the album is now in stores everywhere. R.A. begins a nationwide tour alongside Potluck later this week.
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