Aftalife | Spoken Wordz

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Spoken Wordz

by Aftalife

East Coast Hip Hop Raw Beats Exeptional Lyrics. This veteran team of MC's have been writing and producing for more then 10 yrs If you hate all the BLING BLING you'll love this album. Stayin True to the Poetry we speak.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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1. (skit) Dumb
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2. Come Back
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3. Keep Ya Bopin
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4. Show Stoppa
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5. Rules to Live By
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6. Code Of Honor
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7. Whatcha Want
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8. Grave Yard
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aftalife Productions is dedicated to being true to the poetry we speak.

Our music is all original beats, some samples but, that is how hip hop started.

Marz and Lefty have two original styles, that well complement one another.

From story telling, to some times being a little bit off the wall, these two artist keep your attention.

Writing and producing together now for 10yrs they play well on each others words and ideas.

There work ethic is very professional and eager to get things done.

Albums: Lost World `99 Spoken Words `01

(Marz) (Writer, Producer, Graphic Artist)
(Lefty) (Writer, Producer)


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Robert Ewing

Spoken Wordz
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Review Of: "Rules to Live By" Rap/Hip Hop is not my love, however it something I do sell alot of. I thought Aftalife was as good as most I've heard, rap was to the point, East Coast Beat, if you like Rap Hip/Hop it's worth a listen.

Hype Illin

Spoken WordZ
These radio-friendly, deep, talented rappers from The Bronx, Aftalife, start off their album "Spoken Wordz" with a tight track, "Come Back," with the catchy hook, and nice punch lines creating a stable backbone for the song in the verses.. "money never changed this man, it made me wiser.." a dope beat holds together a strong yet short & to the point 2:40 intro. Then the LP really gets into gear, with songs like "Show Stoppa," "Watcha Want" & "Code of Honor" all featuring dope beats.. and lyricism on the same level as Tupac with punch lines that will stick in the back of your head for the rest of the day. But the 3rd track, "Can I Rock" is one of the best tracks to come across the underground, amazing beat, and the lyrics fit the mould of the instrumental perfectly, I could hear this on the radio any time.. all the rappers come correct and keep things on a real level. Just when you think the album is taking a break, "I seen a Vision" drops and immediatly things are right back on pace, with a tight instrumental and impressive lyrics. Then Remember, a very emotional track drops, and fills your speakers with emotion with nice singing intro and hearfelt rap. The album finishes up strong with songs "Lost World" and "Real Funky" keepin things real & in check. Overall, the album features 11 tracks, and none of them are sleepers, each deserves a full play in your system. With songs like "Can I Rock" and "Code of Honor," this is not an album worth passing by. "Spoken Wordz" get's a solid...8.5
if you enjoy Tupac, you will enjoy listening to AftaLife.