Tuesday, August 18, 2009

WWW.FLAMPRO.COM. GUDMUSIC ..K'Naan & J.Period / #DEFENDQUEENS

GUDMUSIC: FREE DOWNLOAD

Today its the day to expand your mind , and enjoy the sounds of J.Period and K'Naan collaboration.

J.Period & K'NAAN present a 3-song sneak preview of their forthcoming mixtape project “The Messengers,” a tribute to Fela Kuti, Bob Marley & Bob Dylan, scheduled for release in 3 parts, starting September 1.




http://www.jperiod.com/upload/knaan/jperiod-knaan-ep.zip


http://www.jperiod.com/knaan/


check his KICKED PUSHED




K'Naan - Kicked Pushed




And for those that that know here is some history on the kid K'Naan

Born in Mogadishu, Somalia,[3] K'naan spent his childhood in the district of Wardhiigleey ("The River of Blood") and lived there during the Somali Civil War, which began in 1991. His aunt, Magool, was one of Somalia's most famous singers. K'naan's grandfather, Haji Mohamed, was a poet. K'naan is also a Muslim. His name, K'naan, means "traveller" in the Somali language.
K'naan's father, Abdi, left the country, along with many other intellectuals to settle in New York City and work as a cab driver. He mailed money home to his family (As mentioned in "If Rap Gets Jealous").[4] As the civil war continued and the situation in Somalia continued to deteriorate, K'naan's mother, Marian Mohamed, petitioned the United States embassy for an exit visa. In 1991, on the last day the US embassy remained open as the government of Mohamed Siad Barre collapsed their visa was approved, and they boarded the last commercial flight out of the country.[5]
They joined relatives in Harlem, New York City, before moving to the Toronto, Ontario neighbourhood of Rexdale, where there was a large Somali Canadian community.[6] His family still lives there. In his new country, K'naan began learning English, some through hip hop albums by artists like Nas and Rakim. Despite speaking no English, the young K'naan taught himself hip hop and rap diction, copying the lyrics and style phonetically.[5] He then also began rapping.[4] He dropped out of school in grade ten to travel for a time, rapping at open mic events, and eventually returned to Toronto.





If you had Madden 09 then you probably heard this one

K'Naan feat Chubb Rock








In todays #DEFENDQUEENS section

we feature

Havoc - Letter to
P





Letter To P - Havoc


DOWNLOAD LINK http://www.zshare.net/audio/64289068a3a65f83

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