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Dangerous Language - Afu-Ra - Life Force Radio (CD, Album)

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  1. Afu-Ra - Readjustment Lyrics. The end justifies the means Two, two, two wrongs make a right I, I should come first in this nation You gotta readjust the means I'll tell.
  2. Lyrics to Dangerous Language by Afu-Ra from the Life Force Radio album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. Afu-Ra's sophomore effort, the aptly titled Life Force Radio, is an album that manages to cover every form of hip-hop in a collection of 17 impressive blazdowcstarlantrengiohanmosysmirale.coinfo Rastafarian doesn't bother to busy himself with the overdone ghetto glamour that crews such as No Limit and Cash Money dispense, and instead steers toward a more intelligent form of rap.
  4. Afu-Ra D&D D&D (label) Hip Hop (CD, LP) Tracks include "Lyrical Monster" and "Blvd." with production by Premier – the latter featuring Guru – plus "Scat Man", "Dangerous Language" featuring RZA as Bobby Digital, "Stick Up" featuring Big Daddy Kane, "Crossfire" featuring MOP, "Think Before You ", "Perverted Monks", "Hip Hop", "Readjustment", "1,2,3", "Aural Fixation", "Sacred Wars", and more.
  5. May 21,  · In the year , rapper Afu-Ra, an apprentice of Jeru The Damaja who appeared on his The Sun Rises In The East and Wrath of The Math, released his solo debut Body Of The Life blazdowcstarlantrengiohanmosysmirale.coinfo decidedly free of any Damaja-laced tirades, Afu managed to finagle production and cameo spots from the likes of DJ Premier, the Cocoa Brovaz, Gza/Genius, Masta Killa, DJ Muggs, and Da .
  6. What's going on what could it be What's going on it seems to me A sense of focus focus I know somebody knows this Your life your path your essence Well let me tell you something (1) Poisonous get with this so come and sit with this I speak .
  7. This album lacks the creativity, and the beats that made Body of the Life Force so good. One thing this album does continue with is Afu-Ra's skills on the mic, and his lyrics. That's why this album gets 4 stars. This ain't no commercial crap relying on pop beats to make people like it/5(14).
  8. Life Force Radio, an Album by Afu-Ra. Released on Koch (catalog no. KOC-CD; CD). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Boom Bap. Featured peformers: DJ Premier (executive producer).

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