EXCELLENCE
01 Everything Man

(T.K. Greene, O. Jackson Jr.) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BM...
PAIN

06 Holy Moly

(T.K. Greene, P. Phillips, E. John, B. Taupin) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Paci...
LOVE
Love

11 More Or Less

featuring Dion

(T.K. Greene, T. Cottrell, D. Jenkins) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs o...
HOPE
16 Oh My Stars

featuring Musiq Soulchild

(T.K. Greene, T. Johnson, K. Abdul-Rahman, A.F. Greene) | Published by Pen...
1, 7, 9 Produced by Madlib for Madlib Invazion, 9 Co-produced by Eric Krasno for Fyre Dept. | 2 Produced by Nick Speed for...
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  1. 1. EXCELLENCE 01 Everything Man (T.K. Greene, O. Jackson Jr.) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Madlib Invazion (BMI), Autumn Music | Produced by Madlib for Madlib Invazion | Guitars, drums and keys by Fyre Dept. | Additional vocal by RES | Additional drums by Dellwyn Gilkets for Wotan Nbe | Recorded by Joel Hamilton at Studio G, Brooklyn, NY | Mixed by Russell Elevado at Avatar Studio | Talib Kweli recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC | RES vocals recorded by Brian Herman at SMT Studios, NYC and Mike Hogue at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Intro poem for Kweli © 2007 by Sonia Sanchez DETERMINATION FIRE 02 NY Weather Report (T.K. Greene, N. Speed, M. Clervoix) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Nick Speed Music/221 Music (ASCAP) | Produced by Nick Speed for Teamwork Music | Mixed by Steve “Steve B” Baughman at Right Track/Sound on Sound Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises in the crib, Brooklyn, NY | Scratches by DJ Cut Chemist and DJ Jazzy Jeff 03 Hostile Gospel Pt. 1 (Deliver Us) (T.K. Greene, J. Smith, P. Greedus, D. Marouani) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), F.O.B. Music Publishing admin. by N.Q.C. Music Publishing (ASCAP), Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI)/Didier Marouani | Produced by Just Blaze for F.O.B. Entertainment/N.Q.C. Management, LLC and Hip Hop Since 1978 | Guitar and bass by Eric Krasno | Additional vocal by MeLa Machinko and Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy | Mixed by Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton for Guru Crates LLC, at Baseline Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC and Baseline Studios, NYC | Contains elements of the composition “Deliverance” (Paul Greedus, Didier Marouani) published by Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI) and Didier Marouani. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Courage 04 Say Something featuring Jean Grae (T.K. Greene, W. Adams, T. Ibrahim, T. Bell, J. Casey) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Cherry River Music Co. (BMI)/will.i.am Music Inc. (BMI) Worldwide rights for will.i.am Music Inc. administered by Cherry River Music Co. (BMI)/Liu Sing Publishing (ASCAP), Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI) | Produced by will.i.am | Mixed by Dylan “3-D” Dresdow at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC, Padriac “Padlock” Kerin and Mike Hogue at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Assisted by Joe Peluso and Billy Durst | Additional scratches by DJ Rhettmatic of The Beat Junkies | Contains elements of the composition “Theme for LA’s Team” (Thomas Bell, James Casey) published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI). Used by permission. All rights reserved. Family 05 Country Cousins featuring UGK & Raheem DeVaughn (T.K. Greene, P. Lawrence, S. Hollis, C. Butler, B. Freeman, R. DeVaughn, L. Mizell, F. Mizell) | Published Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Brownstone Cake Music (BMI), S. Hollis (ASCAP), Ahmad’s World/Zomba Enterprises Inc. (ASCAP), Almo Music Corp. o/b/o itself and Alruby Music, Inc. (ASCAP) | Produced by AKidCalledRoots and Sha-La Shakier | Guitars by Eric Krasno, drums by Adam Deitch, trumpet by Rashawn Ross, saxophone by Ryan Zoidis | Mixed by Steve “Steve B” Baughman at Right Track/Sound on Sound Studios, NYC | Talib Kweli recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at the Cutting Room, NYC and Ryan Kennedy at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | UGK recorded by Cory Mo at M.A.D. Studios, Houston, TX | Raheem DeVaughn recorded by Jamil “Face” Johnson at The Hypno Factory Recording Studios, Waldorf, MD | Contains elements of the composition “Lost on 23rd Street” (Fonce Mizell, Larry Mizell) published by Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) o/b/o itself and Alruby Music, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved. | UGK appears courtesy of Jive Records | Raheem DeVaughn appears courtesy of Jive Records
  2. 2. PAIN 06 Holy Moly (T.K. Greene, P. Phillips, E. John, B. Taupin) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Soul Brother #1 Music Publishing (ASCAP), Universal Publishing Group (ASCAP) | Produced by Peter “Pete Rock” Phillips for Chocolate Boy Wonda Productions Inc. | Mixed by Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton for Guru Crates LLC at Sony Studios, NYC | Recorded by Billy Durst at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Contains elements of the composition “Border Song” (Elton John, Bernie Taupin) published by Universal Publishing Group (ASCAP). Contains a sample of the recording “Border Song” as performed by Elton John courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing. Used by Permission. All rights reserved. Sustenance 07 Eat To Live (T.K. Greene, O. Jackson Jr., W. Irvine, T. Smith) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Madlib Invazion (BMI), Nodlew Publishing (BMI) | Produced by Madlib for Madlib Invazion | Guitars and bass by Eric Krasno, drums and keys by Adam Deitch | Mixed by Russell Elevado at Electric Lady Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises in the crib, Brooklyn, NY | Additional vocals by Kendra Ross | Contains elements of the composition “Ghetto Lament” (Weldon Irvine, Tommy Smith) published by Nodlew Publishing (BMI). Contains a sample of the recording “Ghetto Lament” as performed by Sylvia Saint James produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp. by arrangement with Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Passion 08 In The Mood featuring Kanye West & Roy Ayers (T.K. Greene, K. West, B. Potter) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Please Gimme My Publishing, Inc./EMI-Blackwood Music, Inc. (BMI), Rotine Music | Produced by Kanye West for Very Good Beats, Inc. | Vibraphones by Roy Ayers | Mixed by Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton for Guru Crates LLC at Sony Studios, NYC | Talib Kweli and Roy Ayers recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC | Kanye West vocals recorded by Anthony Kilhoffer at Henson Studios, Hollywood, CA | Contains elements of the composition “Lonesome Mood” (Brian Potter) published by Rotine Music. Also contains a sample of the recording “Lonesome Mood” as performed by The Friends of Distinction courtesy of RCA Music Group, a unit of Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Used by permission. All rights reserved. | Roy Ayers appears courtesy of AFI-CD Records | Kanye West appears courtesy of Roc-A-Fella Records Desire 09 Soon The New Day featuring Norah Jones (T.K. Greene, O. Jackson Jr., P. Charles, J. Mason) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Madlib Invazion (BMI), Autumn Music | Produced by Madlib for Madlib Invazion | Co-produced by Eric Krasno for Fyre Dept. | Guitars, bass, and keys by Eric Krasno, drums and Wurlitzer by Adam Deitch | Recorded and edited by Joel Hamilton | Mixed by Russell Elevado at Electric Lady Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC and Electric Lady Studios, NYC | Contains elements of “Sheba’s Song” (Paul Charles, John Mason) published by Autumn Music. Used by permission. All rights reserved. | Norah Jones appears courtesy of Blue Note Records Faith 10 Give ’Em Hell featuring Coi Mattison & Lyfe Jennings (T.K. Greene, T. Martin, K. Gilliam, C. Mattison, C. Jennings, A. Green) | Published by Pen Skills Music/ Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Rosemac Music/Songs of Windswept (ASCAP), 8000 Watts Music Publishing admin. by Heavy Harmony Music Publishing (ASCAP), Hear My Music (ASCAP), Lyfe In Publishing/Sony ATV (ASCAP), Al Green Music Inc./Irving Music (BMI) | Produced by Terrace Martin for Jakai Music Group and Battlecat for Battlecat Productions | Mixed by Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton for Guru Crates LLC at Sony Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC | Additional vocals by Coi Mattison and Lyfe Jennings | Contains excerpts of “I’m Glad You’re Mine” performed and written by Al Green, published by Al Green Music Inc./Irving Music (BMI). Used by permission. | Lyfe Jennings appears courtesy of Columbia Records
  3. 3. LOVE Love 11 More Or Less featuring Dion (T.K. Greene, T. Cottrell, D. Jenkins) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), DJ Hi-Tek Publishing/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Carplin Music (BMI) | Produced by Hi-Tek for Hi-Tek Productions | Mixed by Russell Elevado at Electric Lady Studios, NYC | Recorded by Hi-Tek at Tek Lab, KY | Dion appears courtesy of Aftermath/Interscope Records 12 Stay Around (T.K. Greene, P. Phillips, R. Bell, R. Bell, G. Brown, C. Huggins, C. Smith, D. Thomas) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Soul Brother #1 Music Publishing (ASCAP), Warner Chappell Music, Inc. (BMI), Old River Music | Produced by Peter “Pete Rock” Phillips for Chocolate Boy Wonda Productions Inc. | Trumpet by Maurice Brown | Mixed by Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton for Guru Crates LLC at Sony Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC | Contains elements of the composition “Stay Awhile” (Robert Bell, Ronald Bell, George Brown, Cynthia Huggins, Claydes Smith, Dennis Thomas) published by Warner Chappell Music, Inc. (BMI) and Old River Music. Contains a sample of the recording “Stay Awhile” as performed by Kool and the Gang courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Beauty 13 Hot Thing featuring will.i.am (T.K. Greene, W. Adams, J. Watson) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Cherry River Music Co. (BMI)/will.i.am Music Inc. (BMI) Worldwide rights for will.i.am Music Inc. administered by Cherry River Music Co. (BMI), Universal Music Publishing Group (ASCAP) o/b/o Vrijon Music | Produced by will.i.am | Mixed by Dylan “3-D” Dresdow at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at Sony Studios, NYC, Padriac “Padlock” Kerin, Mike Hogue and Nate Hertweck at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Assisted by Joe Peluso and Billy Durst | Contains elements of the composition “We’re No Exception” (Johnny Watson) published by Universal Music Publishing Group (ASCAP) o/b/o Vrijon Music. Contains a sample of the recording “We’re No Exception” as performed by Johnny “Guitar” Watson courtesy of Shout Factory. Used by permission. All rights reserved. | will.i.am appears courtesy of will.i.am music, inc./Interscope Records 14 Space Fruit (interlude) performed by SA-RA (O. Keith, S. Husayn) | Produced, Arranged & Conceived by The SA-RA Creative Partners | Under special license from SRCP, LLC. Hip-Hop 15 The Perfect Beat featuring KRS-ONE (T.K. Greene, S. Thornton, L. Parker, B. Marley) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Abood Music Publishing (SESAC), I.N. Music (ASCAP), BDP Music/Zomba (ASCAP), Spirit Two Music, Inc. (ASCAP) | Produced by Swiff D, and Hi-Tek for Hi-Tek Productions | Mixed by Gimel “Young Guru” Keaton for Guru Crates LLC at Baseline Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC, Right Track/Sound on Sound, NYC | Additional scratches by DJ Rhettmatic of The Beat Junkies | Contains elements of the composition “Do It Twice” (Bob Marley) published by Spirit Two Music, Inc. (ASCAP). Contains a sample of the recording “Do It Twice” as performed by Bob Marley courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. HOPE 16 Oh My Stars featuring Musiq Soulchild (T.K. Greene, T. Johnson, K. Abdul-Rahman, A.F. Greene) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Soulchild Music, Inc./Universal Publishing (ASCAP), Mahdi and Jaleesa’s Music (ASCAP) | Produced by DJ Khalil for DJ Khalil Productions LLC | Mixed by Russell Elevado at Electric Lady Studios, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at SMT Studios, NYC | Intro rap written by Amani Fela Greene | Additional vocals by Amani Fela Greene and Diani Eshe Greene | Musiq Soulchild appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation POWER 17 Listen!!! (T.K. Greene, K. Holland, F. Williams) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Kwametheboygenius Music/Irving Music (BMI), Dodge Music (BMI) | Produced by KWAME for The Beat Factory | All instruments by KWAME except flute by Steve Pageot | Mixed by Neal Pogue at Electric Lady Studios, NYC | Recorded at K1 Studios, West Orange, NJ | Contains elements of the composition “Tell Her” (Fred Williams) published by Dodge Music (BMI). Contains a sample of the recording “Tell Her” as performed by Fred Williams and the Jewels Band courtesy of Jazzman Records. Used by permission. All rights reserved 18 Go With Us featuring Strong Arm Steady (T.K. Greene, E. Jones, J. Smith, M. Jones, C. Mitchell) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Soul Pipe Music (BMI), M Jones (BMI), Slickeration Pub. (ASCAP) | Produced by E. Jones for Dame LLC | Mixed by Tyson Kuteyi | Recorded by Nate Hertweck at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA and Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA | Strong Arm Steady appears courtesy of Blacksmith Music Corp. 19 Hostile Gospel Pt. 2 (Deliver Me) featuring Sizzla (T.K. Greene, M. Collins, K. Abdul-Rahman, D. Hinds) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI), Zabogaubi Music (ASCAP), Mahdi and Jaleesa’s Music (ASCAP), Pulse Music Ltd., Peer Music (BMI). | Produced by DJ Khalil for DJ Khalil Productions LLC | Mixed by Russell Elevado at Electric Lady, NYC | Recorded by “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises at the Cutting Room, NYC and Richard Reitz at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA | Contains elements of the composition “Tight Rope” (David Hinds) published by Peer Music (BMI). Used by permission. All rights reserved. | Sizzla appears courtesy of Kalonji Records 20 The Nature featuring Justin Timberlake (T.K. Greene, J. Timberlake) | Published by Pen Skills Music/Songs of Windswept Pacific (BMI) | Produced by Justin Timberlake and Co-produced by Eric Krasno and Adam Deitch for Fyre Dept. | Guitar, bass, strings, synthesizer and drum programming by Eric Krasno and Fender Rhodes, live drums, and additional programming by Adam Deitch | Mixed by Tony Maserati at Sony Studios, NYC | Recorded by Ethan Willoughby at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA, Joel Hamilton at Studio G in Brooklyn, NY and Eric Krasno at Fyre Dept. Studios | Justin Timberlake appears courtesy of Jive Records Executive Producers: Talib Kweli and Corey Smyth for Blacksmith Music Corp. and Tom Whalley for Warner Bros. Records | Co-Executive Producer: “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises | Mastered by Brian “Big Bass” Gardner for Bernie Grundman Mastering and Chris Gehringer for Sterling Sound | A&R Direction: Naim Ali, Corey Smyth for Blacksmith Music Corp. | A&R Coordination: Ben Gaffin, Midori Nishijima for Blacksmith Music Corp. | Legal: Patrick Sabatini; Doug Davis and Motisola Zulu for The Davis Firm | A&R Administration: Liza Joseph, Midori Nishijima for Blacksmith Music Corp. | Sample Clearances: Danny Zook’s Alien Music Services. | Management: Corey Smyth/Blacksmith Management Inc. | Booking Agent: Brian Manning for CAA | Creative Direction: Denise A. Williams | Art Direction/ Design: Matt Taylor—mattvarnish.com | Photography: Nabil | Additional Photography: Marlon Ross
  5. 5. 1, 7, 9 Produced by Madlib for Madlib Invazion, 9 Co-produced by Eric Krasno for Fyre Dept. | 2 Produced by Nick Speed for Teamwork Music | 3 Produced by Just Blaze for F.O.B. Entertainment/N.Q.C. Management, LLC and Hip Hop Since 1978 | 4, 13 Produced by will.i.am | 5 Produced by AKidCalledRoots and Sha-La Shakier | 6, 12 Produced by Peter “Pete Rock” Phillips for Chocolate Boy Wonda Productions Inc. | 8 Produced by Kanye West for Very Good Beats, Inc. | 10 Produced by Terrace Martin for Jakai Music Group and Battlecat for Battlecat Productions | 11 Produced by Hi-Tek for Hi-Tek Productions | 14 Produced by SA-RA | 15 Produced by Swiff D, and Hi-Tek for Hi-Tek Productions | 16, 19 Produced by DJ Khalil for DJ Khalil Productions LLC | 17 Produced by KWAME for The Beat Factory | 18 Produced by E. Jones for Dame LLC | 20 Produced by Justin Timberlake and Co-produced by Eric Krasno and Adam Deitch for Fyre Dept. | Executive Producers: Talib Kweli and Corey Smyth for Blacksmith Music Corp. and Tom Whalley for Warner Bros. Records | Co-Executive Producer: “Superstar” Dave Dar for Uptown Champs Enterprises
  6. 6. Eardrum is the sum of its parts. I am always more comfortable in groups because credit is given where credit is due, but sometimes my vision does not fit neatly into the group dynamic. On my solo records, I am the frontman for a group of artists, lovers, poets, soldiers and regular everyday folk that make up my body of work. Of course, first and foremost, all praises and accolades are fowarded to the Most High, our creator, the spirt that connects us. I speak of God often in my music, because we all try to achieve a greater understanding. The best and brightest representations of God in my life are my children, Amani Fela and Diani Eshe, who perform a rhyme written by Amani on this record. I love you two with my entire constitution. Amani, time to man up, I got your back. Diani, you are growing into a wonderful young lady. To my mom, Brenda Greene, thank you for bringing me here, and taking this ride with me. To my dad Perry Greene, thank you for being you. As I get older, I realize more and more how much you have influenced me, and I could not ask for a greater father. To my extended and immediate family, Jamal (keep sitting by the door, tell me what they say), Lori, Mama, Joann, Cookie and family, Taiwo, Kehinde, Lloyd, Abena and family I love you. Cynthia, you are in my heart and soul. I love you. Corey Smyth, you have been there from the days when no one was there, till now, and you have stood strong behind me and beside me. You have become family. Let’s get it for real and be who we are destined to be. Dave Dar, congrats! Dave NY, you have been a better friend than anyone can wish for, thank you fam. Courtney Brown, you are a godsend. Makeba, thank you for everything. LG, listen . . . say no more. JuJu, Zean, Louis, Kev, Les, Flatbush—all day you already know. Rubix, stay hyphy. Thank you Midori, Ifeoma, Brandon, Kyara, Musiq Soulchild, Double J, Justin Timberlake, Coi, Eric Krasno, Adam Deitch, Eric Coomes, Fyre Dept., Roy Ayers, Kanye West, Donna and Brian at SMT. Madina, whatever you need, I got you. Madlib, your music took me to new heights, on Liberation and Eardrum. Thank you brother, for the inspiration. Jean Grae, what can I say! There have been times when I was stuck creatively, and I put on Jeanius or This Week, and it brings me right back. I love you for that. To Krondon, Mitchy Slick and Phil da Agony, thank you for the support. SAS is the gang homey. Xzibit, I got so much love for you as an artist and as someone who has supported me. Always know that. Thank you Mos Def (1st and 15th?), Hi-Tek (full circle?) Dion, J Rawls, Terrace Martin, Battlecat, Swiff D, DJ Khalil, Chace Infinite, Planet Asia, Young Guru, DJ Chaps, Candice Anderson, Ephrem Jenkins, Tarrie Torae, Sonia Sanchez, Donte, Nine, James Poyser, Questlove, Black Thought, Jazzy Jeff, The Roots, Common, Cut Chemist, Nick Speed, Just Blaze, UGK, Cory and Mike Mo, GT, Rob G, Big Von, Little Brother, Ebro, Sunny, Raheem DeVaughn, Norah Jones, Leela James, Maurice Brown, Delwynn Sykes, Darryl Phillips, Roscoe Umali, Travis, Oji, Pete Rock, Kendra Ross, La, Brooklyn Boys Choir, Steve B, Sha Kim, Latifah, Lyfe Jennings, J Dilla (rest in peace brother), Akrobatik, Sa-Ra, AKidCalledRoots, Shah, Nick Cannon, Affion, Byze One, Truly Odd, Goldfinger, DJ Soul, Amanda Diva, Cipha Sounds, Mr. Maurico, Reg Hawkins, Green Lantern, Ed Lover, Angie Martinez, RT, Res, Alex Thomas, Deray Davis, will.i.am, Black Eyed Peas, the Beastie Boys, Sizzla, KRS-ONE, Pharoah Monch, Styles P, Dara, D Prosper. Tom Whalley, thank you for respecting and supporting our vision. Thank you Naim Ali, Liza Joseph, Pat Sabatini, Denise Williams, Kevin Black, Savalas, CJ, Cassandra, Mitra, Michael, Craig, Christian, Ayal, Jeremy, Penny, Joe, Ben, Brennan, Los (thanks for always keeping it 100). Thank you Bert Padell and Michelle Faieta of Padell Nadell Fine & Wienberger, Doug Davis, Motisola Zulu, Sanaa Harris and Marc Joaquin of the Davis Firm, Simone Smalls and Nyle Washington of Susan Blond Inc., Brian Manning of CAA, Danny Zook of Alien Music. Mz Kitti, Leo G, Clinton Sparks, Tunji, DJ Rhettmatic, Wally Sparks, Mic Boogie, DJ Enuff, Geespin, Rich Medina, Bobbito, Spinna, Pstu, Tigger, Free John Forte! One love to Dream, Monifah, Lumumba Dedan, M1, Umi, stic and Supernatural. If I forgot ya, see you on the next one. Eardrum baby. Blacksmith is the movement. w talibkweli.com | myspace.com/talibkweli | warnerbrosrecords.com © 2007 Warner Bros. Records Inc.

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