Buddha Monk | The Dark Knight

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The Dark Knight

by Buddha Monk

With 2013 comes a brand new release, The Dark Knight, and a brand new Buddha Monk. Monk was not only Ol' Dirty Bastards right-hand man, but unparalleled as an emcee, producer, singer, and engineer, he proves to us once more that his talent is forever.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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1. All Out War (feat. Robbie Khan)
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4:31 album only
2. Secrets
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6:21 album only
3. Dark Night in the City (feat. K-Blunt, Drunken Dragon & Layza Life)
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3:14 album only
4. It's Bk Beat Up (feat. Menace O.B.E.Z. & Six Sence)
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4:01 album only
5. Pop This Year (feat. Crise & Frukwan)
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3:01 album only
6. Smash the Dark Knight (feat. Darkim Be Allah, Judah Priest & Sadat X)
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4:13 album only
7. Cats Dont Want It With Us (feat. Black Jesus & Dust Storm)
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3:22 album only
8. We Back (feat. Da Manchuz)
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3:48 album only
9. U Don't Want to See Me (feat. Skitzo Flow)
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4:07 album only
10. We Ain't Fuckin Witcha
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3:51 album only
11. We Don't Like Them (feat. Black Venom & Adyl)
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4:28 album only
12. Change Now Comin
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2:46 album only
13. Get With This
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4:01 album only
14. We Dem Brooklyn Dudes (feat. 12 0' Clock, Popa Chief, Murdoc & Silk Ski)
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4:10 album only
15. I'm a Do Fine By Me
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3:23 album only
16. We Roll in Brooklyn (Remix) [feat. Mark Dee, G-Note$, Layza Life & Drunken Dragon]
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4:13 album only
17. The Caper
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2:50 album only
18. Young Rich and Paid (feat. Crise)
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3:30 album only
19. Art of War, Pt. 2
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3:24 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When the Chambermusik movement began, in the mid 2000s, Wu-Tang/ODB affiliate Buddha Monk was instantly a key player, releasing vast amounts of archival music from the classic 1990s Hip-Hop era, serving to historically document some missing links in Hip-Hop history. But many fans wanted to know, what has he been doing since those days? Where is the new music, and is it still dope? Well, with 2013 comes a brand new release, The Dark Knight, and a brand new Buddha Monk. Monk was not only Ol' Dirty Bastards right-hand man, but unparalleled as an emcee, producer, singer, and engineer, he proves to us once more that his talent is forever, as he presents some of his strongest work to date. Featured on this outing are artists like Sadat X (Brand Nubians), Frukwan, (Gravediggaz/Stetsasonic), Darkim Be Allah (Wu-Tang), 12 0' Clock (Wu-Tang) K-Blunt (Zu-Ninjaz), Drunken Dragon (Da Manchuz), Layza Life (Da Manchuz), Menace O.B.E.Z. (Brooklyn Zu Fam), Black Jesus (Wu-Tang Harlem 6 / Gangstarr Foundation), Popa Chief (Zu Ninjaz), Murdoc (Brooklyn Zu), Silk Ski (Brooklyn Zu), Malik aka Mark Dee (Soul Kid Klik), G-Note$ aka Spiritual Assassin (Da Manchuz), and others. Producers include G-Clef da Mad Komposa (Soul Kid Klik), who also mastered and A & R's the album. This album is exciting and consistent, and will not let you down!


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