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Niggers Are Scared Of Revolution

As an annual staple on rock the dub, here is my mix for July 4th. With what's gone on in Black America this year, I figured I had to cover two subjects: Obama for President and Sean Bell. I didn't think I could do this in a CD-length (i.e. under 80 minute) timeframe, so here's a 90-minute mixtape (split up into 45 minute mixes) for your cassette decks. Yes we took it back.

(Side A \ Side B) (dload the complete package)


Side A
01/intro (Mumia / Pete Rock)
02/Elucid "Starstruck"
03/David Banner ft. Nas "Middle Finger"
04/interlude (Mumia / The ARE)
05/The ARE w/ Oh No & Kay ft. ROc C "When You're Down (Bad Boys)"
06/KRS-One "Black Cop"
07/Trick Trick "Fuck The Police"
08/Guilty Simpson "Pigs"
09/Trama ft. Muja Messiah "Fuck Da Police"
10/2Pac "Trapped"
11/SoulBrotha "Unforgotten"
12/Mos Def "Can U C The Pride In The Panther? (Jay Dee Remix)"
13/Jay Dee "Fuck The Police"
14/NAs "Testify"

Side B
01/The Last Poets "Niggers Are Scared Of Revolution"
02/Nas ft. Johnny Polygon "Black President"
03/Kidz In The Hall ft. Bun B & Talib Kweli "Change (Work To Do Remix)"
04/Bun B "Get Cha Issue"
05/Joell Ortiz ft. Dante Hawkings "Letter To Obama"
06/interlude ("Inadequate Black Male" / Pete Rock / Mumia)
07/Shala "Audacity Of Hope (Live)"
08/6th Sense "Ignite The People Like Obama"
09/interlude (Mumia / M.O.P.)
10/Foul Mouth Jerk "Culture Of Life"
11/Cody ChesnuTT "AfrObama"
12/Eric B & Rakim "Eric B Is President"

As you can see, a lot of new shit interspersed with some classic anthems. Shouts to anyone I spoke with on this. Your words mean a lot. Our country definitely needs a mess of change, and what better way to highlight it by with music.

PS: Yes, the title is lifted from The Last Poets. Yes, I believe it still holds water today.

1 comment:

jon jon said...

damn straight,niggas livin too good yo.