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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

607

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1.) Liminal
2.) Liminoid
3.) In A Box
4.) Molotov
5.) Numb
6.) Cheat Wit
7.) Fukyo Friend(RMX)
8.) Dance Directions
9.) Red Cup
10.) Don't Worry
11.) By The River
12.) Fly Right
13.) Exception
14.) Grow Ewe Up
15.) If I Was A Dead Man
16.) Faces 2 Hearts

Again, learning to walk the line. My previous album was very scratch the surface and sort of poppy compared to
my usual stuff, but it was necessary. This album shows you why. It's simple enough to draw almost anybody in while
still maintaining the depth that music lovers expect from me. I don't think people understand how hard it is to do
that. Based on immediate response, it seems to be a step in the right direction. This is definitely world music.
Great Features from Mr Morbid and Sincere. I did all the beats. Genius mixing by G-Sizz of Dat Heat Productions.

1.) liminal
this is supposed to be a downward spiral into my body via tour vessel. the samples are supposed to be passing thoughts

2.) Liminoid
thesis statement for the body of work. more passing thoughts that happen to rhyme

3.) In A Box
Touches on the classification of the urban community. The hood produces more than 2 or 3 types of people. Philosophers
and members of the hood tend to place ridiculous limitations on the aforementioned and cause even MORE division.

4.) Molotov
Double meaning. it's literal and also stresses the need to constantly upgrade your thinking and resources.

5.) Numb
as i get older, the world gets colder. the devil is a liar- but he is a damn good one. its so hard to see the good in
everything im just desensitized. the only way to get recognition is to commit a felonious crime or do the dumbest shit
you can think of on youtube. that's our criteria for obtaining a voice in america. i love our country, but we are stupid.

6.) Cheat Wit
please note that 'wit' in the title retains its webster definition. more armchair wisdom to men seducung women with
their wealth and resources. as soon as you go to work; she calls the other half of her desire.

7.) Fukyo Friend (RMX)
i wanted to introduce the Spermanent Marker to the world, so i remixed a song. New verses!

8.) Dance Directions
another declaration of disgust for the casual music listeners in america. i mean seriously, where is the demand for all
this stupid damn dance music?! these idiots don't even buy albums anymore!

9.) Red Cup
i've been out of the country twice and all over the u.s. red cups have been EVERYWHERE i went.

10.) Don't Worry
this is a sample from Luscious Jackson's album Electric Honey. like white people have unprecedented guilt about slavery;
i have guilt about my mother trading her youth to raise all of us. i'm determined to spoil her and give her what she deserves.

11.) By The River
Sharpening my storytelling skills. Sincere added the perfect touch. I won't ruin it by telling you the meaning. Thanks Buddy Miles!

12.) Fly Right
Discusses the paradox of our founding fathers asking us to live a way that they never would.

13.) Exception
Touches more theories from 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being' by Milan Kundera. Read it 4 years ago- still blows my mind.

14.) Grow Ewe Up
Some people dont grow up, they just get old.

15.) If I Was A Dead Man
The hood is fascinated with death. And so is the rest of the world. People describe dead people different and everything. WHY?!

16.) Faces 2 Hearts
the hook is a rendition of one of my favorite fiona apple lines. i have yet to make an album that she wasn't
a part of. The power of people believing in you can keep your dreams alive even when those same dreams let you down.

hope y'all enjoy this shit. cuz whn i'm finished rapping i'm finished. -607

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