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Saul Williams - Africa In Your Earbuds #23 (We Had Known Water Vol. 1) mp3 download
Performer: Saul Williams
Title: Africa In Your Earbuds #23 (We Had Known Water Vol. 1)
Released: 2012
Style: African
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3 FLAC FLAC VOC DMF WAV ASF AAC AHX
FLAC size: 1840 mb | MP3 size: 1881 mb | WMA size: 1977 mb

For AIYE Saul guides us through a personal and eclectic diaspora mixtape. Far better with the pen, we opted to include Saul's full explanation of the mix, which is interspersed with vivid recollections of his own introduction to African music. My relationship with indigenous African music, in it's most direct/un-abstract sense, begins with Fela Kuti. I was 18 years old, freshman week at Morehouse College, at a club called The Masquerade to hear DJ Disciple. Grab tickets and see the full dates. Download AIYE We Had Known Water Vol. 1 below! Thanks to Underdog for the cover artwork. AFRICA IN YOUR EARBUDS SAUL WILLIAMS - 'WE HAD KNOWN WATER VOL. 1' by Okayafrica on Mixcloud. West Wind" Nina Simone (written by Miriam Makeba/South Africa). Beyt Bieh" Ensemble El Moukhadrami (Mauritania).

Africa In Your Earbuds. Africa In Your Earbuds. Africa In Your Earbuds (We Had Known Water Vol. 1) ‎(File, MP3, Mixed, P/Unofficial, 128).

Saul Stacey Williams (born February 29, 1972) is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, musician, slam poet, writer, and actor. He is known for his blend of poetry and alternative hip hop and for his lead roles in the 1998 independent film Slam and the 2013 jukebox musical Holler If Ya Hear Me, featuring Tupac Shakur's music. Williams was born in Newburgh, New York, and is the youngest of three children in his family. He attended Newburgh Free Academy, where he wrote his song "Black Stacey"

Album: Africa In Your Earbuds (We Had Known Water Vol. 1). Musician: Saul Williams. Info: Label: Okayafrica. – none Series: Africa In Your Earbuds – 23 Type: File, MP3, Mixed, Partially Unofficial, 128 kbps Country: US Date of released: 24 Jul 2012 Category: Funk, Soul, Folk, World, & Country Style: African.

A pupil of the seas reflective sight. Notebook in hand, I footnote land and write. thinking that their example is the one to follow; including the white women who support them) to continue to pursue unjust causes for personal gain

By the time you hear this song you've gone wrong Caught in the labyrinths of time, in your mind Unlearn. I had been listening to a lot of the Joshua Tree album, especially With or Without You, and was really feeling a need and desire to just belt out some chants. I saw Trent get excited which is usually followed by him softly implying that I should leave the room so he could start playing with my vocals.

48 quotes from Saul Williams: 'Have you ever lost yourself in a kiss? I mean pure psychedelic inebriation. Not just lustful petting but transcendental metamorphosis when you became aware that the greatness of this being was breathing into you. Licking the sides and corners of your mouth, like sealing a thousand fleshy envelopes filled with the essence of your passionate being and then opened by the same mouth and delivered back to you, over and over again - the first kiss of the rest of your life  . Cause angels and messiahs love can come in many forms: in the hallways of your projects, or the fat girl in your dorm, and when you finally take the time to see what they’re about perhaps you find them lonely or their wisdom trips you out. ― Saul Williams.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1.1 Nina Simone West Wind
Written-By – Miriam Makeba
1.2 Ensemble El Moukhadrami Beyt Bieh
1.3 Saul Williams We Had Known Water
1.4 Kasai Allstars Drowning Goat
1.5 Unknown Artist Mahindi Ya Kulonga
1.6 Abdullah Ibrahim Ishmael
1.7 Rob Forgive Us All
1.8 Jos Gansemans Amahamba
1.9 Keziah Jones African Space Craft
1.10 Unknown Artist Bigirimana

Credits

  • Design – DJ Underdog
  • DJ Mix – Saul Williams

Notes

Mix duration: 00:59:57

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