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Fuel For The Fire

by Kabir

Features some of boston's hottest emcees and singers. "fuel for the fire is about the way people live and the emotions that inspire us to do what we do. each song represents a different influence that affects us.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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1. Fuel for the Fire
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2. Essence of Life
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3. Rise (with Virtuoso & Ajahni)
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4. Ambition
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5. Revenge (with Amayo of Antibalas)
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6. Hunger
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7. Recognize (with Esoteric)
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8. War
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9. Adversity
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10. Family Feud (with Lady K)
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11. Money
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12. Mrs. Butterfly
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13. Disaster (with Shuman)
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14. Backstabber
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15. Dreams
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16. Inspiration (with III Kings)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kabir is an independent rapper, singer and producer originally from London. His music brews a robust blend of live, bass-heavy beats with intricate rhymes and soulful melodies. Kabir started playing music at the age of five and now performs regularly in Boston, New York and London. He has shared stages with rap giants such as the Beatnuts, the Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, the Roots, J-Live, Dilated Peoples and Wyclef-Jean. In 2001 he released "Cultural Confusion" - a self-produced album featuring Mr. Lif, Virtuoso and Esoteric. His new album "Fuel for the Fire" (2003) also features Esoteric and Virtuoso, along with other talented Boston acts such as Shuman, III Kings, Lady K of Red Pill, Ajahni of Vibewise and Amayo of the Antibalas Afro-Beat Orchestra. Kabir plays with a hip hop band that provides the backbone for his live show: an infectious dose of thoughtful, energetic music.

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David Rambaldino

This is one of the best albums I've ever heard - incredible lyrics and banging p
This record has more depth than any hip hop release I've heard in a long time. Kabir takes us on a journey of memories and emotions with a beautiful mix of melodic flows and thought-provoking lyrics. Both his beats and his rhymes are uncompromisingly original and his songs are carefully crafted works that send messages, tackle social issues and engage the listener in a meaningful way. Pick up this album!
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David Rambaldino

This is one of the best albums I've ever heard - incredible lyrics and banging p
This record has more depth than any hip hop release I've heard in a long time. Kabir takes us on a journey of memories and emotions with a beautiful mix of melodic flows and thought-provoking lyrics. Both his beats and his rhymes are uncompromisingly original and his songs are carefully crafted works that send messages, tackle social issues and engage the listener in a meaningful way. Pick up this album!
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