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by Omekongo wa Dibinga

Urban Music Award-winning positive rap & spoken word from the tri-lingual poet/MC eternal.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 30 Years
Omekongo Dibinga
3:24 $0.99
2. The African, The American
Omekongo Dibinga
2:36 $0.99
3. From The Ashes
Omekongo Dibinga
2:25 $0.99
4. Maybe If I
Omekongo Dibinga
4:31 $0.99
5. Love Story
Omekongo, Kuku
3:51 $0.99
6. Less Of Home
Omekongo Dibinga
3:50 $0.99
7. Saxy
Omekongo Dibinga, Bomani Armah, Kenrick Sholto, Gemal Woods
5:00 $0.99
8. My Life Is A Reality Show
Omekongo Dibinga
5:31 $0.99
9. Kendra
Omekongo Dibinga, Nadjya Maccow
3:07 $0.99
10. Everywhere & Nowhere
0:50 $0.99
11. Pulse Of The Motherland
Omekongo Dibionga
3:23 $0.99
12. Maybe If I (Remix)
Omekongo Dibinga, Bomani Armah, Ever Reyes, Victor Acevedo, Darn
3:03 $0.99
13. If Only Our Presidents Were Poets
OMekongo Dibinga
1:29 $0.99
14. Maya Angelou
Omekongo Dibinga
1:48 $0.99
15. Dibingas
Omekongo Dibinga
4:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
Urban Music Award Winner Omékongo Dibinga is an activist, educator, spoken word artist, and Founder & CEO of Free Your Mind Publishing. A first generation Congolese-American who was described by Nikki Giovanni as “outstanding, exciting, and new while being very old”, Omékongo writes and performs poetry in English, French and Swahili, and has occasionally used Wolof in his writings. He has released 2 spoken word CDs and 1 rap CD. The first CD, “A Young Black Man’s Anthem: Love, Afrika and Revolution Revisited,” won the 2003 Cambridge Poetry Award for “Best CD”. His second CD, “Signs of the Time,” was released in June 2003. His first rap CD, “Bootleg” promotes positive hip-hop with remixes of songs by Tupac, Notorious BIG, Nas, Lauryn Hill, 50 Cent, and others. He has featured/lectured nationwide in universities and poetry venues from Harvard to Russell Simmons’ Hip-Hop Summit. Internationally, he has performed in South Africa, England, Congo-Kinshasa, Tanzania, France, Cuba, and Canada. His work has appeared on TV and radio from BET, BBC, NPR, Music Choice, and Voice of America in millions of homes in over 130 countries. He hosts an international radio show on Worldspace’s station “Flava”, which broadcasts across Europe, Africa, and Asia. He has shared the stage with Les Brown, Willie Jolley, Sonia Sanchez, Amiri Baraka, Dennis Brutus, The Last Poets, Askia Touré, OutKast, Wyclef Jean, Reverend Run, Free, and Cousin Jeff. Omékongo was a member of the 2001 & 2003 Lizard Lounge Slam Team. He is currently a PhD student in International Education Policy at The University of Maryland where he studies the arts as a tool for social change. He received his MA from The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy and BSFS from Georgetown University. He has also studied at Harvard, Princeton, MIT, Morehouse College, and the University of Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar, Sénégal. His work has been globally adapted for curricula in primary, secondary, and university institutions. He has released a trilingual book of poetry and DVD, From the Limbs of My Poetree, which has received praise from Dr. Maya Angelou, Essence Magazine, and The Washington Times. His second book, an anthology of Maryland middle school students entitled Poems from the Future: Poetic Reflections from the Next Generation was published in the summer of 2005. A dedicated educator for over 20 years, Omékongo plans to develop programs that focus on bridge building between young Africans throughout the Diaspora and helping to improve cultural understanding among all races. For more information, please visit www.omekongo.com and www.myspace.com/omekongo.



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Real Hip Hop "Saxy"
Accurate 1 has put his label on "SAXY." His delivery and message is what we need more of in
Hip Hop. The whole joint is nice. Thanks Omekongo!


you've done it again
omekongo's done it again.more positive and soul searching rap/poetry.It's good!!keep doing wot you are doing !! God bless you and your music.Ps like one of your song goes... maybe if i (we will one day hear positive music like this on our radios, but never the less keep doing what you're doing)

relevant rhymers squadron

Accurate verse to begin "Saxy"
I heard about the first cat flowin' on "Saxy". His name is Accurate 1 and he's been catching the ear of a few in the industry to add his raw rhymes to their tracks also. So authentic...

Supa Flowa

The first cat on "Saxy"
I don't know who the first cat rappin' on "Saxy" but at the end of his verse he said it best, "to hell with all these rhymes about crime." The vibe of the whole song is on point also.