Afrikan Insurrektion Muzik (AIM) is a term that was created by a hip-hop group out of New York City called “United Front.” Some of their work is available for viewing below. Since it’s conception in 2008, it is a concept that has spread throughout the Black community slowly, but consistently.
After adopting the concept, WOH has taken the lead in spreading and controlling the concept of A.I.M. The idea is that there are (4) different kinds of music that Black people can make:
In order to classified as an Afrikan Insurrektion Muzik (A.I.M.) artist, War on the Horizon (WOH) and its affiliates must review an artist’s body of work and may request information from an artist and/or group in order to make an informed judgment and vote. Once an artist and/or groups’ direction is clear and their body of work meets the talent level, content requirements, hostility, and is definitively against the use of the “N-word”, an artist may be voted on and approved for the label – Afrikan Insurrektion Muzik (A.I.M.) artists.
If you or your music group are producing music that you feel can meet the mustard for the title Afrikan Insurrektion Muzik (A.I.M.), please contact WOH @ firstname.lastname@example.org. You can send us a copy of your most recent work and a brief biography of yourself (group) as well. We will review your information/work and get back to you as timely as we can. Below are some strong examples of A.I.M. songs. Enjoy!
We’ll See You on the Battlefield!