Malcolm & Martin - Life Doesn't Frighten Me CD

Malcolm & Martin - Life Doesn't Frighten Me CDMalcolm & Martin
Label: SoulSpazm Records
Year: 2011
Price: $9.95
Format: CD

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The voices of Malcolm & Martin, KB iMean and Styliztik Jones represent the fulfillment of promise, the bridging of East and West Coast, of street and conscious. At his Black Panther father's knee, KB studied Huey Newton's Revolutionary Suicide and Mobb Deep. Overlooking the Pacific, Styliztik poured over the Autobiography of Malcolm X while listening to Coltrane. Fate brought the teens together in high school after Styliztik moved to San Fernando Valley, and eventually joined up with The Liquid Crew. Soon the writing partners and crate diggers were making music, keeping one another encouraged to greatness, struggling to find legal means for survival, and dazzling fans up and down the Pacific Coast Highway with their smooth style and intelligent rhymes. KB and Styliztik's relentless grind eventually gained the attention of DJ Revolution at the legendary Wake Up show. Recognizing the dynamic duo's rare lyrical wit and throwback flows of butter cool masculinity, it wasn't long before the trio was huddled in the studio crafting the DJ Revolution produced Malcolm and Martin: Movement Music mixtape. The results were the kind of political teachings, comedic tales, and jazzy soul street symphonies absent from much of hip hop in recent years. Guesting visionaries included slam poet Saul Williams and Bambu from Native Gunz. Encouraged by the original Civil Rights icons, the trio reverentially took on the moniker Malcolm & Martin to announce new leaders for a new movement.' From the Fat Beats onesheet. Also featuring Torae, Apakalips and Verstatile.

1.Welcome To The Movement
3.Ain't Seen Nuthin Yet
4.School Of Hard Knox (Interlude)
5.Lunchtyme Cyphers (feat. Versatile)
6.Movement Music
7.Sista Big Butt (feat. Mike Anthony)
8.One Man Band
9.Do It Again (Rex's Groove)
10.Win Or Lose
11.Sell Like An Ace (Interlude)
13.Black Coffee
14.Heritage (feat. Bambu / Apakalips)
15.Bear Witness (feat. Torae)
16.Against The Wall
17.Thank God

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