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Da Great Deity Dah | Chronicles of the Electromagnetic Field General. the Carnegie Mellon Session

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Chronicles of the Electromagnetic Field General. the Carnegie Mellon Session

by Da Great Deity Dah

A perfect combination of Jazz and Hip-Hop recorded at the distinguished music school at Carnegie Mellon University. Several of the university's live musicians back one of the most thought provoking lyricists of his era. A true musical masterpiece
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Jazz-Rap
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1. Dapper Prologue
3:32 album only
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2. Dapper Remix
4:37 album only
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3. Life or Death Jazz Remix
3:29 album only
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4. Empty State
3:56 album only
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5. TV Screens and Magazines
4:44 album only
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6. Stop the Bullying #hackharassment Psa
5:16 album only
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7. Penetrate the Soul (Funk Remix)
2:28 album only
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8. What's Happening
4:19 album only
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9. The Antidote
3:22 album only
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10. N.A.S.A. (Astral Travel)
4:45 album only

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A fusion between Jazz and Hip-Hop recorded at the prestigious music school at Carnegie Mellon University. This album is a true hip-hop masterpiece. Recorded with live musicians at Carnegie Mellon School of Music, This writing is an exercise in lyrical dexterity and complex analysis of the human condition. Chronicles takes you along for an odyssey thru different chambers in the mind reflecting on current topics but analyzing the ideologies behind the rhetoric. The music is lush and gives you a 70's feel with a mixture of Jazz, funk, soul, and hip-hop. This is the album of the year.

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