Out of Africa

Cleveland Scene | September 7, 2004
Referencing the works of Marcus Garvey, Gil Scott Heron, and Carter G. Wilson, the Ghana-born rapper doesn't speak of black power so much as unleash it, venting on everything from blue-collar students dealing with bad credit to Third World strife.

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