J. Kwest | Pledge Allegiance

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Pledge Allegiance

by J. Kwest

Political, Rock/Rap fusion with old school Hip-Hop undertones.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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Kwest is back! The same emcee that brought us Dope Smuggler, Hooker and No Way Out is ready to unleash his latest album, Moonshine. The Twenty-two year veteran hasn’t lost a step. This New Jersey based emcee returns with his most honest, gritty project to date. Moonshine is a celebration of Hip-Hop’s musical roots. The rock savvy tracks, heavy samples, scratching and bravado lyrical rants are reminiscent of Rap’s early days. While the album pays homage to the Old School, it is in no way an Old School album. J. Kwest’s fresh outlook and brutally honest inner psychological analysis takes us on a musical journey that refuses to be branded as just another Rap album. Pledge Allegiance is the first single from the highly anticipated album. The anti-Bush Administration song featuring Blind Paranoia blends Hip-Hop and Rock to deliver a political knock out punch!
***Pledge Allegiance is an artistic interpretation of the current political pulse in the United States. The views and opinions expressed in this song are solely for entertainment purposes and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the song’s copyright owner.


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This song screams out loud what every American has been feeling for the past 8 years! I had to listen to it a couple of times to catch all of the lyrical shots. The chorus, “I pledge allegiance to defend this nation, but I won’t pledge allegiance to the Bush Administration. His religious right is malicious and wrong, now let’s see if he bans this song,” is hot! I am curious to hear his more Hip-Hop heavy stuff. Go Obama!