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Deen You Know

by Native Deen

This is the debut album of American Muslim Hip Hop group Native Deen. Their songs will relax you, the raps will inspire you, and every piece has a message of truth that will charge up your day!
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Alhamdullilah (intro)
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2. Deen You Know
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3. Dedication
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4. Intentions '05
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5. Small Deeds
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6. Looking Glass
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7. For the Prophets
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8. Paradise
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9. Test
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10. Drug Free '05
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11. Sakina
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Album Notes
This is the debut album of Native Deen. Every track is sure to show you the talent of mixing Nasheed with a Hip hop flavor. Even those fans who have followed Native Deen from MYNA Raps will be excited to hear new hits and remixes. With a total of 11 tracks, this CD has it all. Songs that will relax you, raps that will inspire you, and a message of truth that will charge up your day!


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Jalal K.

There might not be much 'music', as its one of ND's earliest and more conservative works, but from a person who personally finds the African drums and Arabian duffs kinda irritating, this album is actually pretty nice, at least from a lyrical point of view. And yeah, minus the music, the tunes are great too! Catchy hooks and sweet voices. :)