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Im A African - Dead Prez - Lets Get Free (Clean) (Vinyl, LP, Album)




  1. Darr said:
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  2. Faejin said:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lets Get Free (Clean) on Discogs. Label: Loud Records - RPROLP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Promo, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious/5(8).
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  5. Tygojar said:
    The dawn of millennium classic by Dead Prez – and angry, revolution-minded effort from a period on major label hip hop that sorely lacked such strident players – and if it didn't make any huge waves commercially, that only strengthens its legacy! Sticman & M1 are at the top of their game lyrically, the beats are are exciting to this day, and it all adds up to one of the strongest.
  6. Gom said:
    Apr 14,  · Let's Get Free Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of LOUD Records); CMRRA, The Royalty Network (Publishing), ASCAP, BMI - Broadcast .
  7. Dazuru said:
    Who knows. But the battle ain't over. Dead Prez would rather defend free speech and poor communities than waste their Warholian 15 minutes obsessing over booze, blunts, and hos. Dead Prez's lacerating lyrical stance is unapologetically socialist and pro-black, recalling X-Clan and Paris/5().
  8. Zololmaran said:
    Signed to a label (Loud) notorious for its astute thug philosophers (Wu-Tang, Mobb Deep, and Big Pun), Dead Prez's empowering debut, Lets Get Free, seems like a misplaced fejoraakinokusnigelv.xyzinfo the disputatious duo of SticMan and M1 would be an oddity on any label, as they shoulder the burden of revitalizing a genre (problack) which has been seemingly erased from the collective consciousness.

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