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Be

by Hakim Be

Eclectic mix and combination of thoughtful poetry and modern music.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Jazz-Rap
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1. My Generation
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2. The Disaster
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3. Big Teeth
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4. Broke
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5. Put Up the Sky
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6. Seamless
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7. Full Blooded Italian Boy
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8. Trust Me
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9. Jersey Girl
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10. Prohibition
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11. Fate
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12. Save The World
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13. Beautiful Music
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14. Wanna Be
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hakim Bellamy is a two-time National Champion in the Poetry Slam scene. He was a member of the 2005 National Poetry Slam Champs Team Albuquerque. The following year he was a member of the 2006 College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational Champs Team UNM. One Albuquerque City Championship (2005) and 3 consecutive University of New Mexico LOBOSLAM titles later, Hakim respects the blessing, but could care less about winning poetry slams, as opposed to cultivating creativity. Hence, Hakim is in the process of adding playwright and actor to his resume. A resume that already includes: freelance journalist, community organizer and social justice advocate.

Hakim’s poetry and journalism have been published internationally as well as his radio journalism on KUNM 89.9 FM out of Albuquerque, NM. He is currently working for the New Mexico Office of African American Affairs and is a board member for Poetic Justice Institute and Black Cowgirl Productions. He is most proud of being the former Poetry Club coach at South Valley Academy. His poetry has been published in Albuquerque inner-city buses as a winner of the RouteWords Competition (2005). His poetry has been published in the Harwood Anthology (2006), the Earthships Anthology (2007), Sin Fronteras Journal (2008), A Bigger Boat published by UNM Press (2008) and Looking Back at Place (2008). In January of last year, Bellamy was recognized as an honorable mention for the University of New Mexico Paul Bartlett Re Peace Prize for his work as a community organizer and journalist. He is regular contributor to The District and BOOM Magazines as well as a freelancer for Radio Free America.

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