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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

The Dusty Foot Philosopher

K'Naan [2005] The Dusty Foot Philosopher
I first heard of this somalian-canadian rapper, when I read he was on "Welcome to Jamrock" Tour with Damian Marley, and before I went to the show in Lisbon, I had to listen to this guy, and this album was hard to find on the web. K'Naan didn't appeared on the Damian Marley show, but this album is great, it's different, it got African rhythms mixed with rap beats, and K'Naan's lyrical hability is also much better than a lot of rappers from the U.S., just give it a listen, you won't regret it!

1. Wash It Down
2. Soobax
3. What's Hardcore?
4. My Old Home
5. Kids (Interlude)
6. I Was Stabbed By Satan
7. A Ghetto So Ruff (Interlude)
8. Smile
9. Rap Gets Jealous
10. The Dusty Foot Philosopher
11. Strugglin'
12. In The Beginning
13. Hoobaale
14. The African Way
15. Voices In My Head
16. Boxing My Shadow
17. The Dusty Foot Philosopher
18. Until Tha Lion Learns To Speak

Also for some dope African Hip-Hop albums, check Shock.Dc's Contributions on Biff's 150th post, Tumi & The Volume is one of the best albums of 2006 so far.


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