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Reviews Written by: ShakurAfrica

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Paa Nashad, May 25, 2013

It was extraordinarily nice and respectable of you to include me in your album considering my situations and struggles, other than that, "Is There Life?" and "Here We Go" are two profoundly deep songs that force folks to recognize these things that are real, it is evident and only right therefore that I give you an extremely detailed review about this.

First of all, for folks who don't know, "Here We Go" entails a very positive life lesson to me when I heard it, "speaking for myself" at first it comes off like "Oh here we go with what you got going on and whatnot" but the other half of that lesson is fulfilled, it tells me and listeners in general that what people want is out there and that's their right to access it, but not to get confused as to whose in your corner and who may be making you feel weird on purpose, but it is a clear distinction which is shown in that song, other than what we've talked about, but that's relevant too in the same way, help is help and it must be respected consistently, so I put it down like that.

"Is There Life?" has a life lesson too, that there is life out there and in regards to the global things that really go on in a very clandestine manner, even Obama is starting to show recognition of these things and made the point that the U.S. really should retreat and implied that respect for the fellow man really should be shown, will he do it? I have no clue, but as it's said in "Is There Life?" "the blue-s and green-s will defeat the grey-s" therefore it does not matter who says what, people who have clandestinely planned what everyone sees is wrong and are therefore "looked at as insane;" that is unfair backlash on their end about it is not going to work; the people who "see it" have an extreme amount of credibility, me, you, bookstore, nice people, yeah, they're mad credible and deserve respect no matter how things go, we gonna make it bro!!!!

Your music is awesome and I promise to give more consistent reviews of your albums because that credit is due because your songs are extremely relevant to things that are happening today, this is very real as to what's happening, and it warms my heart that there is awareness of these things and that there truly are pivotal and profound spots for all of us, I look forward to future business/friendly encounters and endeavors, "you're the fuckin' man" profanity or not; THAT'S WASSUP

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Marvelous and Unique, November 18, 2012

Very assertive, makes its own point in its own unique way, shows us that we need to be aware of what's going on in a deeper way in order to develop our own swagger which is well presented in this album. Big ups

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Nice album, September 27, 2012

The music is deep and calm yet has its assertive moments to it. I once again like the references made.

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Well done, September 27, 2012

This album was very well done; good concepts and clever terminology put together; the music also hits you powerfully.

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Good work, September 27, 2012

This album has great beats, clever points made, and is on point in lyrics. Great job.

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Legit, August 10, 2012

This album presents strong and positive feelings in its songs. It really shows how nice and empowering the feeling of one's general independence is; and such a message is presented more than legitimitely; another good job.

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Good job, August 10, 2012

I liked how this album had a variety of musical melodies and harmonies, as well as different themes and facts presented.

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Again, April 2, 2012

Same concepts, same people, same message; and once again. -- This music is dope. There are many historical references tied in with inner and outer world issues that give a factual, sound, and defiant flow/message coming from Watusi and his associates. I recommend this album to anyone who wants to hear the real deal.

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Great Music, July 9, 2011

I have listened to three tracks off of this album. This music is dope. There are many historical references tied in with inner and outer world issues that give a factual, sound, and defiant flow/message coming from Watusi and his associates. I recommend this album to anyone who wants to hear the real deal.


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