The Last Poets are several groups of poets and musicians who arose from the late 1960s African-American civil rights movement’s black nationalism. The name is taken from a poem by the South African revolutionary poet Keorapetse Kgositsile, who believed he was in the last era of poetry before guns would take over.
“Run, Nigger” (Abiodun Oyewole)
“On the Subway” (Alafía Pudím)
“Niggers Are Scared of Revolution” (Omar Ben Hassen)
“Black Thighs” (Hassen)
“Wake Up, Niggers” (Pudim)
“New York, New York” (Oyewole)
“Jones Comin’ Down” (Pudim)
“Just Because” (Oyewole)
“Black Wish” (Hassen)
“When the Revolution Comes” (Hassen)
“Two Little Boys” (Oyewole)
“Surprises” (Jalaluddin Mansur Nuriddin_,Pudim)
Note: there are long spaces between some of these tracks, sorry.