Black Harvard Student Submits Rap Album as Senior English Thesis

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
May 19, 2017

Obasi Shaw is a true innovative genius and a credit to the Black master race!

It is good to see that our higher education system is making strides in the right direction. A Black Harvard University student has submitted a rap album for his senior English thesis.

This is the first time any such thing has happened!


While other Harvard University students were writing papers for their senior theses, Obasi Shaw was busy rapping his.

Shaw is the first student in Harvard’s history to submit a rap album as a senior thesis in the English Department, the university said. The album, called “Liminal Minds,” has earned the equivalent of an A-minus grade, good enough to guarantee that Shaw will graduate with honors next week.

Count Shaw among those most surprised by the success.

“I never thought it would be accepted by Harvard,” said Shaw, a 20-year-old from Stone Mountain, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. “I didn’t think they would respect rap as an art form enough for me to do it.”

Shaw describes the 10-track album as a dark and moody take on what it means to be black in America. Each song is told from a different character’s perspective, an idea inspired by Geoffrey Chaucer’s 14th-century classic “The Canterbury Tales.” Shaw, who’s black, also draws on the works of writer James Baldwin while tackling topics ranging from police violence to slavery.

This is perhaps one of the greatest things to happen since the Michelle Pfieffer movie “Dangerous Minds” was released in theaters. I don’t think any Black has ever done a rap album talking about what it’s like to be Black in America. This is truly groundbreaking stuff!

Based on this, it is clear that Harvard University should stop accepting Whites altogether. They should focus entirely on nurturing and developing the minds of Africans. They obviously have superior intellectual and creative talents.

If the White man hadn’t been holding Blacks back with slavery and Jim Crow laws, they would have surely colonized Mars by now. Who could doubt this?