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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Fish Outta Water

Chali 2na [2009] Fish Outta Water

When I first started this blog, my first post was a Jurassic 5 album, which is a group that I always liked but have recently broke up. And since 2005 I think, that 2na has been saying that he would release a solo album. The album has arrived, and the real question is: is Chali 2na able to hold an album of his own? Give me your opinion's, but mine is yes.

1. Get Focused
2. International f. Beenie Man
3. So Crazy
4. Lock Shit Down f. Talib Kweli
5. Don’t Stop f. Anthony Hamilton
6. Keep Going f. Choklate
7. Comin’ Thru
8. F.O.W.
9. Love’s Gonna Getcha
10. Righteous Way
11. When Will I See You Again f. Elzhi
12. Guns Up f. Damian Marley & Stephen Marley
13. Graff Time
14. Controlled Coincidence f. Kanetic Substance
15. 4 Be Be f. Ming Xia


BlackOps said...

I'll let you know. Interesting guest list.

Anonymous said...

Yes, he absolutely can, I can't imagine someone from Jurassic 5 that wouldn't be able.

CL said...

Of course. No Doubt. Claro que sim.

Rap Music said...

Of couse he can. Why wouldnt he.

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Promote Your Music said...

Yep, of course.

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