Somewhere, Britney Spears and the five members of N*SYNC are gasping in unison.
A pop duo based out of Kalispell, Mont., Prussian Blue, doesn’t sing of boys, first kisses and the awkward situations of teenage years.
Instead, they sing of hate.Their album, titled “End of a Black World,” has sold more than 91,000 copies and reached No. 4 on Billboard’s album charts.
Exactly who is buying this poisonous
Prussian Blue, composed of 14-year-old sisters Lamb and Lynx Gaede, have garnered national attention for all the wrong reasons. Largely, they’ve been in the spotlight due to their controversial lyrics, which clearly support white nationalism. To demonstrate their staunch political stances, they’ve taken their act on the road … and to white nationalist rallies. At 14, they should be concerned about learning algebra instead of spewing hate.
As if playing to its target audience wasn’t enough, one glance at the duo’s lyrics will likely speak volumes.In its song titled ‘Sacrifice,’ the duo praises Rudolph Hess, a Nazi deputy under Adolph Hitler, as a “man of peace.” In another of their songs, titled ‘Aryan Man Awake,’ the sisters sing of a world “where freedom exists for only those with darker skin.” Their messages of hatred and bigotry is clear. So how did they come to think this way? Maybe it was their mother, April, who moved Lamb and Lynx from Bakersfield, Calif., at a young age because she said the city was “not white enough.” (For the record, 61 percent of Bakersfield’s residents who responded in the 2000 U.S. Census classified themselves as ‘White.’)
The sisters of Prussian Blue have defended their music on national television shows, including ABC’s “Primetime.” They’ve been vocal on radio stations, saying their music has a message, but that it isn’t for everyone.This is especially true when, on the group’s Web site, the girls say their music is “intended for White people.”
Their Web site doesn’t list the locations of their upcoming gigs, but you can be sure that it will be at another white nationalist rally.