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White Soul

Armed With A Microphone

Track Listing Disc One:

1.) Its Tricky, Run DMC
2.) Children's Story, Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh
3.) Fight The Power, Public Enemy
4.) Pop Goes The Weasil, 3rd Bass
5.) Jump Around, House of Pain
6.) Hip Hop Hooray, Naughty By Nature
7.) Same Song, Digital Underground
8.) Scenario '92, Tribe Called Quest
9.) Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See, Busta Rhymes
10.) Work It, Missy Elliott
11.) Root Down, Beastie Boys
12.) Can I Get A...., Jay Z
13.) Party Up, DMX
14.) Slam, Onyx
15.) Grindin', The Clipse
16.) It Wasn't Us, Ludacris
17.) So Fresh, So Clean, Outkast

Track Listing Disc Two:

1.) It Was A Good Day, Ice Cube
2.) Nuthin' But A G-Thang, Snoop Doggy Dogg
3.) Lose Yourself, Eminem
4.) Raise Up, Petey Pablo
5.) Jimmy Mathis, Bubba Sparxxx
6.) Tennessee, Arrested Development
7.) Rush, Twalib Kewli
8.) Rebirth of Slick, Digable Planets
9.) What They Do, The Roots
10.) Clap Your Hands, The Black Eyed Peas
11.) Definition, Black Star
12.) Come Close, Common
13.) Sick and Tired, The Nappy Roots
14.) Thru Ya' City, De La Soul
15.) Ready or Not, The Fugees
16.) Run to the Sun, N*E*R*D
17.) Keep Ya' Head Up, Tupac

Artists appear courtesy of:
Priority Records, Deathrow/Priority Records, Shady/Interscope, Jive, Interscope, EMI, Startrak/Virgin, Rawkus/Universal, Elektra, Geffen, Atlantic, Rawkus, Deathrow/Interscope, Artisan, Ruffhouse/Columbia, Universal, Def Jam, Tommy Boy, Grand Royal/Capitol, StarTrak, Arista,

My love for hip-hop didn't come from any one person. It was a self discovery on a musical path in my life. However, I learned what "real hip hop" was from a few key people and to them this two disc set is dedicated to. To Rasheeka Brooks, my old roommate in Berkeley who helped me get into the more educated side of hip-hop and break past the "rap" stereotype. To Rasheeka's cousin, the original freaky deaky Money B a.k.a Ron Brooks. Ronnie opened me up to so much musically and let a "white girl" tag along when he went to concerts, shows, and to buy records. He also taught me the importance of the "roots" of hip-hop and that TuPac was more than a "thug" but a man of wisdom and love. Ronnie also hooked me up with his Raw Fusion and Digital Underground pal, DJ Fuze a.k.a. David Elliot who taught me how to work the ones and the twos. Dave taught me that hip hop is more than "sampling and scratching" and taught me to open my ears and find beats and music in everything around me. To MC Hammer a.k.a. Stanley Burrell and family for letting a little light in this past holiday. To The Justice League in San Francisco for giving hip-hop and rap acts a forum to perform. And lastly, to Maika and Jess. Nothing but love. When words fail, music speaks. - Hans Christian Andersen

If you are interested in a copy of my cd, please EMAIL ME at: come_to_me. Thanks and enjoy!
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