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Various Artists - Hip Hop for Respect mp3 download

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Hip Hop for Respect
Style: Alternative Rap,Underground Rap
Duration: 36:55
Released: April 25, 2000
Date of recording: April 23, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1531 mb
Size FLAC version: 1383 mb
Size WMA version: 1235 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 888
Format: AC3 MP4 TTA MP1 VQF MOD
Genre: Hip-Hop

Various Artists - Hip Hop for Respect mp3 download


Опубликовано: 5 апр. 2007 г. rawkus hip hop for respect.

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Hip Hop for Respect was a 2000 project which released one EP for Rawkus Records. It was organized by Mos Def and Talib Kweli to speak out against police brutality in general, and the case of Amadou Diallo in particular. Amadou Diallo had been shot and killed by the New York City Police Department the previous year when he attempted to retrieve his wallet and the police fired 41 shots at the unarmed man, so the subject of police brutality was prevalent.

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Hip Hop For Respect is not necessarily an artist directly. It is a project organized and created by Mos Def and Talib Kweli to speak out against police brutality. The project came together in 2000 on Rawkus Records with a host of MC's featured as guests. The artists included the organizers: Mos Def, Talib Kweli

Hip Hop for Respect was a 2000 project which released one EP for Rawkus Records. The project aimed to assemble 41 emcees to represent the 41 shots.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Intro Owen Brown / Evil D 0:38
2 One Four Love Pt. 1 Common / Mos Def / Rah Digga / Talib Kweli / Pharoahe Monch / Posdnous / Kool G Rap / Shabaam Sahdeeq / Sporty Thievz 4:02
3 Protective Custody Breezly Brewn' / Dante / El-P / Main Flow / Talib Kweli / Mr. Len / Nine / Tiye Phoenix / Punchline / Imani Uzuri 5:48
4 A Tree Never Grown A.L. / Mos Def / Jane Doe / Fre / Grafh / Invincible / J-Live / Tame One / Rubix / Kofi Taha / Wordsworth 6:39
5 One Four Love Pt.2 Cappadonna / Mos Def / Wise Intelligent / Channel Live / Crunch Lo / Rock / Shyheim 3:15
6 One Four Love 4:03
7 Protective Custody 5:49
8 A Tree Never Grown 6:41

Credits

A.L. - Primary Artist
Breezly Brewn' - Primary Artist
Owen Brown - Primary Artist
Cappadonna - Primary Artist
Channel Live - Primary Artist
Common - Primary Artist
Dante - Primary Artist
Jane Doe - Primary Artist
El-P - Primary Artist
Evil D - Primary Artist
Fre - Primary Artist
Grafh - Primary Artist
Invincible - Primary Artist
J-Live - Primary Artist
Kool G Rap - Primary Artist
Talib Kweli - Primary Artist
Crunch Lo - Primary Artist
Main Flow - Primary Artist
Mr. Len - Primary Artist
Pharoahe Monch - Primary Artist
Mos Def - Primary Artist
Nine - Primary Artist
Tiye Phoenix - Primary Artist
Posdnous - Primary Artist
Punchline - Primary Artist
Rah Digga - Primary Artist
Rock - Primary Artist
Rubix - Primary Artist
Shabaam Sahdeeq - Primary Artist
Shyheim - Primary Artist
Sporty Thievz - Primary Artist
Kofi Taha - Primary Artist
Tame One - Primary Artist
Imani Uzuri - Primary Artist
Wise Intelligent - Primary Artist
Wordsworth - Primary Artist
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A release that, sadly, only gets more relevant with time. This is a tribute to Amadou Diallo, and a demand for justice against the cop who shot him and the racist system that let the murder happen. In most hands, this would've been cheesy at best, and exploitative at worst. But Mos Def and Talib Kweli, the organizing forces behind this album, bring together a cavalcade of MCs who get the importance and weight of the project, and who seem to genuinely care about making a meaningful protest record. The result is a group of almost universally good verses about racism and police brutality, from rappers of various levels of popularity in the underground. The short verses - many of whom are from people I don't recognize - probably would've run together if this was a full album, but as a four-song EP, it accomplishes exactly what it needs to do. In a release this short, it's easiest to list the highlights: Posdnuos of De La Soul delivers a strikingly clever verse on One Four Love Pt. 1, Dante of Mood and John Forte both deliver complex and insightful verses on Protective Custody, and Grafh's rhyming on A Tree Never Grown is very memorable. Along with all this, Mos and Talib manage to get great beats for the release. The best one - and the best song overall - is probably A Tree Never Grown, done by 88-Keys, with a bittersweet hook sung by Mos Def. This is a release that takes you all over the emotional spectrum, from anger, to sadness and mourning, to determination to change things. It's frankly amazing to me that Mos and Talib could get so many rappers focused on the same goal, and to get almost all of them to give personal and powerful insights onto the topic. There were a couple of dud verses (I wasn't a big fan of Shabaam Shadeeq's verse on One Four Love Pt. 1), but for the most part, this is an exceptionally well-done exploration of a very important topic. Any fans of hip-hop, and anyone who's passionate about positive change and doing the right thing for the world should listen to this EP.