Chosan | Diamond in the Dirt

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Diamond in the Dirt

by Chosan

Fresh New cutting edge Hip Hop with a hard and soulful edge.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. No Title
3:46 album only
2. Diamond in the Dirt (feat. Steele & Tan'yika)
4:57 album only
3. This Is America
4:34 album only
4. Dream Hard (feat. Augi)
4:18 album only
5. Keep Shining (feat. DJ Flava King & lil Kiki)
5:03 album only
6. Dirty African (feat. Krisco & Duvonne Moore)
3:56 album only
7. My Anthem
3:56 album only
8. When I.C.U Smile (feat. Songlist & Tan'yika)
4:12 album only
9. Revelations (feat. Augi)
4:32 album only
10. The World Is Crying (feat. Augi)
5:27 album only
11. Blood Diamonds (feat. Augi)
5:20 album only
12. We Are All Sean Bell (feat. The Peoples)
4:16 album only


Album Notes
More options 6/28/07
Chosan was born in the country of Sierra Leone, West Africa. He and his
mom later moved to Canada and then to London. It was in London Chosan got
involved with the whole culture of hip-hop. His first break came when a
freestyle CD recorded in a friends bedroom, made its way to a DJ at KISS
FM London. Impressed by his raw talent, Chosan was asked to perform live
on air where he captured the hearts of the capital.

After doing numerous talent shows and performances, Chosan convinced an
established artist at the time, to give him 5 hours of his 12 hour
recording session. With his first track recorded Chosan entered a local
radio\'s talent search competition. As fate would have it Chosan eventually
went on to win first prize. The grand prize included 1000 copies of the
wining song pressed up and one recording session.

With a distribution deal that fell through, Chosan rapidly used his street
smarts, and used it as an opportunity to single handily distribute the
records across the UK. This was to be the start of Chosan\'s
entrepreneurial enterprises. Chosan also managed to get into many high
profile publications, and created a street team of people from his
neighbourhood. Chosan also managed to secure warm up spots for
international artists such as Busta Rhymes, Jadakiss & Styles P (D Block)
and Dead Prez.

After being dissatisfied with the representation of Hip-Hop and R&B in the
UK Chosan decided to pack his bags and move to the Bronx New York. Not
long after dealing with the general issues of living in the big apple
disaster was to strike again this time on a personal note. He was hit by a
truck whilst crossing the road on Gun Hill in the Bronx and miraculously
escaped with no cuts and injuries but had to attend a years worth of
physical therapy after 2 months in Jacobi hospital in the Bronx.

With a new appreciation for life, he recorded his debut \"The Beautiful
Side Of Misery\" vol 1, with money received from the accident and started
Silverstreetz Entertainments and PaintSoul custom designs.

Chosan was also to go on to work with International Music artist\'s such as Kanye
West on the The double Platinum album Late registration. Chosan consulted and
was also the Voice Narrating in Kanye West\'s Video \"Diamonds from Sierra Leone\"

With campaigns such as \"Bling is Dead\", and verses on Africa\" remixes U2\" the
Chosan legacy continues to grow from strength to strength



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barleh jessica

This album should be posted with the rest of the albums labeled "great." Chosan, I can't wait until you get the exposure you deserve so that the entire world can bask in sounds of your impressingly remarkable music.