Yes it is known fact that the record labels much rather promote rap musicians that peddle violence, drugs, sex with a hundred thousand hoes, the list goes on & on. If a musician wants to talk about something decent like Christianity, raising his kids or curbing the violence, they (((())))) in their shiny Manhattan NYC & Los Angeles offices typically won't promote it. I worked as an music intern for a little while during college many years ago & always wondered why we'd be forced to market a lot of junk while there was better stuff out there that should've been pushed. The powers that be know that the rougher material easily sells to today's degenerate audience & some of these producers make these songs awfully catchy for the typical teenager or 20 something listener that twerks in their car or in the boozy pill-laden nightclub.Yeah, it was sometime in the 90s when there was a meeting between music producers and the people who owned private prisons, hence why there's such a marked difference between pre-90s rap and post-90s rap. There isn't a whole lot of documentation on it because it wasn't exactly done openly, but there's been a few whistleblowers since then, and if one digs you can probably find evidence of it. I never saved the evidence, as if I were to try and compile documents on the crimes and seedy dealings that have gone on I'd need like 50 harddrives just to fit a tenth of it.
And yes, they are all part of the same (((tribe))).