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Conquerors vol.1

by InI Mighty Lockdown

Hardcore conscious rasta hiphop ova neck snapping beats with classic cuts to move the body and soul.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Greetings Intro
InI Mighty Lockdown
0:35 $0.99
2. Soul is Priceless (butta mix)
InI Mighty Lockdown
5:12 $0.99
3. Fuckrey Killa Interlude
InI Mighty Lockdown feat. Peter Tosh
0:59 $0.99
4. Wake Up (wiplash remix)
InI Mighty Lockdown
3:25 $0.99
5. Bad Motha@*#!!% Interlude
InI Mighty Lockdown
0:26 $0.99
6. Front Line (Now Rule Mix)
InI Mighty Lockdown
5:09 $0.99
7. Traffic Interlude
InI Mighty Lockdown Feat. Bob Marley
0:20 $0.99
8. Really feat: Duo Live
InI Mighty Lockdown
4:42 $0.99
9. Musical Potential Interlude
InI Mighty Lockdown Feat. Peter Tosh
0:27 $0.99
10. How Ya Livin feat: Mr. Len
InI Mighty Lockdown
4:18 $0.99
11. Don't Sheep InterludeA
InI Mighty Lockdown Feat. Peter Tosh
0:12 $0.99
12. Don't Sheep InterludeB
InI Mighty Lockdown Feat. Peter Tosh
0:27 $0.99
13. Still Priceless (Original Street Mix)
InI Mighty Lockdown
4:43 $0.99
14. A.P.B soon come
InI Mighty Lockdown
2:42 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Bringing hardcore conscious music from the underground to the masses subjected to dysfunctional music."

In this high-tech wasteland, music has become a distraction rather than a tool for upliftment and satisfaction...well all bad things must come to an end. Thus the emergence of InI Mighty Lockdown--King Negus and Jolomite, survivors of the fittest, a fixture of the New York Underground Hip-Hop scene since the early nineties.

Starting with the groundbreaking InI single Faking Jax, produced by DJ Pete Rock and Mighty Lockdown's weekly underground performances in New York's East Village they made a recognizable mark on Hip Hop's conscious scene.

In late 1995 InI & MLD was reborn as InIMLD. From that time on the group has continued to be successful even without the release of a full-length album. Although life has taken previous members to other pursuits, Jolomite and Negus continue the flow of energy that InI MLD originally created back in their living room in the nineties.

More than just wordsmiths InI MLD also focus their energies on other artists in their extended family Eye Tree Society and with Trus Fund's in house production company PPT (Pinnacle Production Team). InIMLD's label Trus Fund Inc. is known for their multimedia shows in New York. The show Flare: African Articulations (1 & 2) sold out two years back to back. The popular Rep Showcase became an on-going bi-monthly open mike event that drew both, well known artists as well as beginners for two years straight. In addition, collaborating with other venues, Jolo's world class Ital (vegan) food on the OK Player Tour still has artists talking.

They also sparked the hot Authentic I-Wear Garments

T-shirt line. Making a statement by mostly wearing I-Wear clothing during performances, InI MLD expands upon the message of

self-reliance that is a staple of their lyrics. The popularity of I-Wear has reached Rolling Stone magazine, which featured an interview with Lauryn Hill wearing an Authentic I-Wear Garments T-shirt.

These lions pulling influences from their native Jamaican and Haitian backgrounds and Rastafarian livity, have given the sound of InIMLD a raw uniqueness.

From rocking live with the instrumental band Survival Soundz, to performing and hosting shows with Scienz of Life, Yejide The Night Queen, DeadPrez, Breeze Evah Flowing, C RayzWalz, Juggaknots, Mr. Len, The Roots, and other live musicians; and through their constant push to develop hip hop to higher heights with reality lyrics; InI Mighty Lockdown are truly carrying the names of their LP's "The Keepers of The Flame" and "Conquerors"; dominating the new consciousness of Hip-Hop.

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Robert Harman

InI Mighty Lockdown is great sometimes
This CD is deep.And as a Rasta I am just naturally inclined to like other rastas music.Some tracks have really bad beats and production.The best song would have to be frontline.It really shows the ability of MLD.I also like number 8 really deep.I'm a Haitian too so I am also naturally inclined to like other haitians music.Anyway I'm incoherent and tired today.Shoutout to Haiti, Jamaica long live Rastafari.


Large up InI Mighty Lockdown!!
The Cd is Blazing Fiyah! More Works~~~


damn this cd is hot, I been waiting for a change in this rap world
damn this cis hot I been waiting for a change in this rap world, it happened at a show in NYC when i saw InI MLD at the Knitting Factory their stage show was all energy from start to finish Negus and Jolomite flip it on these cats with the french flow and bigging up the Rastafari culture and the beats are bangin I had to get a neck brace I'll send yall the bill. And when you peep the lyrics these guys are spitin" its all about drop tops range rovers and rims...but ya can't see that armagedon comin.." you see we are getting shortchanged on the radio!!COP THIS CD the wait is over.

Spine Magazine

one of the best debut underground albums we've heard in a while
InI has definitely been one of the main hip-hop names this past year. From the early beginnings with Pete Rock on the 'Fakin Jax' single back in '93 through to the recent bootleggings of the ill-fated full length album, InI is one of those crews that will never disappear.
So it was a pleasant surprise to be sent this CD. King Negus and Jolomite were down with the original InI project back on Elektra and have continued to rock as a group ever since, while the other members split off to do their own things. In '95 the duo reformed as InIMLD - and now they come correct with a long-awaited full length album on their own label, whilst rocking their own Authentic I-Ware Garments clothing line.

While you're not going to be getting the same production that Pete Rock provided for the InI stuff you already know, the beats here are still pretty damn good and keep things on the right track throughout the whole album.
'Soul Is Priceless' is a great way to get things going. Mellow vibes switch up the melody throughout the track as the MCs kick the conscious styles opposing all the materialistic rhymes that everyone seems to be dropping today.
Without a doubt, one of the strongest tracks on here is the dope 'How Ya Livin' featuring Mr. Len. A nice smooth intro of cutting gives way to some observational lyrics about being caught up in the human race - and it's this higher approach where the MC takes the role of someone frozen in time that makes this particularly nice. It's a shame it was so short though, as I would like to have heard another verse or two on this one.
The 'original street mix' of 'Still Priceless' is a lot more dramatic when compared to the earlier version and stands out as the album's darkest musical composition. 'A.P.B.' is the perfect closer to the CD: the first section of toe-tappingly programmed drums and some nice subtle samples will keep you wondering why the track fades and moves into the next beat after the first verse.

The only gripes I have with this CD is that the production is great but you can't hear it clearly in places. Maybe a session of mastering and adjusting some levels would bring this some attention - in places it almost sounds like a live recording.
But that's trivial. The love of the Rastafarian culture and an equal love of good hip-hop makes this one of the best debut underground albums we've heard in a while. I recommend that you check it out as soon as you can.

Reviewed by: CA


This was the first time I bought an album like this. The beats keep you moving through every track. MUST CHECK IT OUT!!!! A must have for every Hip Hop fan!!!