El Vuh | Jaguar Prophecies

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Jaguar Prophecies

by El Vuh

The voices of El Vuh (MC’s Victor*E, E-rise, Xilan, and Zero) drive the book of history through their cleansing hip hop beats and rhymes, releasing knowledge that isn’t -but should be - taught in school.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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2. M.I.N.D
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3. Spiritual Soulder
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4. Xochiyotl
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5. The path
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6. Heavy
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7. Obsidian eyes
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8. Codice Warriors
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9. Fly away
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10. The force
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11. Love is......
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12. UniverSoul
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13. Never will it
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The voices of El Vuh (MC’s Victor*E, E-rise, Xilan, and Zero) drive the book of history through their cleansing hip hop beats and rhymes, releasing knowledge that isn’t - but should be - taught in school. Like Public Enemy before them, El Vuh uses hip-hop to move minds as well as bodies. Unleashing a blistering attack against the two-headed beast of ignorance and bigotry, they reminds us that, among other things, Chicanos were here long before Los Angeles was home to Hollywood or Arizona was patrolled by minutemen. Along the way, they also challenge us to live up to our responsibilities to family and community.
Springing forth from the indigenous community, El Vuh has performed from Mecha Conferences in L.A. to West Coast Warrior Society events in Canada with artists such as KRS One, Immortal Technique, and Brother J (X-Clan). Produced by Zero, El Vuh brings to force the power of their socially-conscience brethren. El Vuh removes the smoke in front of the mirror that clouds the people’s view of our collective past, present, and future. Armed with the triumphs, accomplishments and crimes that surround the centuries, Victor*E, E-rise, Xilan, and Zero lay out what we all should know. Are you listening?


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