KRAZY RACE | The Movement: Strength In Numbers

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The Movement: Strength In Numbers

by KRAZY RACE

KRAZY RACE the LA underground heavyweight is back again with another classic CD featuring artists like 2Mex, Quinto Sol, Kemo The Blaxican, Ringleader DJ Ace, Global City and more. The Movement: Strength In Numbers.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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1. The Movement
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2. I Do
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3. Fire feat. 2Mex and Jizzm High Definition
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4. Generations feat. Tanya P.
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5. Day Of The Dead feat. Quinto Sol
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6. Headlines Interlude
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7. Headlines feat. Expn, Gifted Born, Cire and Devious
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8. Brick City to LA Times feat. Datin
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9. Rodrigo Interlude
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10. Lyrical PowWow feat. Defiant, Big Quarters
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11. Victori-us feat. Sicko Soldado, Kemo The Blaxican
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12. Words from A Soldier Interlude
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13. At War feat. Enemy of O.T.W
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14. The Wire
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15. Live on DFR Interlude
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16. The Last Hour feat. Global City
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17. My Seed
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THE SECOND CLASSIC ALBUM FROM KRAZY RACE IS HERE...

OFFICIAL RELEASE DATE: AUG. 18th 2006!
LABEL: MCR PRODUCTIONS


**WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS NEW CD!**

Malice
Real Hip Hop. Shut all these weak MC's down homie! malice

F*CK LOVE
DAM I KEEP BUMPING THIS FUCKING SICK ROLA ........
KEEP ON HUSTLING

JJ
HOT LIKE FIRE...I AM LOVING IT!!!

Datin
yo the album is bonkers son! the song about your son is my favorite
joint....u a beast my dude! it was a pleasure working with u B....one

H.O.A.H.
I DO!!! IM FEELIN THAT SHIT HOMIE! ONE LOVE!
VIVA LA REVULOTION!!!

SAM I AM
THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

Elidet.com
This jam is hot. Real hip hop. Teach all those mofos how it's done-

$RYAN* $SIRTIFIDE$* SOLDIER *
SICK SIDE SHIT! NOTHING COULD EVER GET ILLER! ALL I CAN SAY!

Dj Fever
VERY VERY NICE!

Jackie...
V-I-C-T-O-R-I-U-S....I like that!!

YOU KEEEP ON HOLDING IT DOWN YOUR MUSIC IS OFF THE HOOK. YOU WILL CONTINUE
TO BLOW UP DONT LET THE HATERS BRING YOU DOWN.
CUBBY AND ANGIE MUNOZ.

THAT STRENGHT IN NUMBERS IS SICK..I KEEP TELLIN THESE MUFUKKAZ OUT
HERE..HAHAHA...STAY UP ESE...MUCH RESPECT...EL COMPA PSYKO

Lil Mami
always enjoy the music and the messages that come with it

DJ Richard V
KEEP REPPIN FOR THE MOVEMENT...YOU ONE OF THE FEW LATIN RAPPERS I LISTEN TO.

Joaquim Diaz
DAMN UR NEW SONG WITH KEMO IS SO FUKIN SICK!!!!
MUI CHINGON!!!

Vane (La Sinfonia)
ur a great person, very humble and ur also a outstanding, talented
artist....... much love and respect for u.... keep going with ur passion.

Ernie the Hip Hop Fanatik
What Up KR! This album is DOPE!!

Charlotte Bogart
The Movement: Strength In Numbers!!!
Play it Loud. Kick Ass Tunes.

Shannan
LOVE THE NEW SONGS.

Charlie J (Crux Fam)
KRAZY RACE, ONE OF THE ILLEST MC'S!
ENOUGH SAID

Yvette Alfaro
Loved the CD...Thanks for the Autograph...Keep up the GREAT WORK!
Thanks again :)

Basti
The new album is DOPE...
i especially love the track featurin kemo...

LyricsWithin
thanx for spittin that real shit man. Ur one of the few left who is about
the people. Keep fightin these ignorant peeps. Keep up the good work
man,Peace.

Nanaz
W!ck3d L0v3 to ya...keep doin ya thang boi..i really feel ur shit..

Capone
KRAZY RACEEEEEE...AAAH SICK..ILLMATIC SHIT

Jesse
Who wants a revolution! I do! dooope song!

ShortCircuit Ent.
MUCH RESPECT TO YOU AND YOUR MUSIC

Savage Joe
Victori-US!
You out did yourself once again, Homie.

Hectorius
Love the new CD!

Teren G.
YO I JUST GOT YOUR CD YESTERDAY MAN. AND I GOT TO TELL YOU, ITS THE BEST
SHIT I HEARD THIS YEAR. "ANDS THATS THE TRUTH" MAD PROPS TO YOU AND THE
COLLABS WITH EVERY ONE..... DIA DE LOS MUERTOS. THAT'S A BAD ASS TRACK.

It's nice to see someone work hard for what the believe in!! Keep it
moving homie, the world is watching
P.E.ace
Danny


Proof that album speaks for itself....
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Brian Zoot

real hip hop
im selective on what i buy, thats why i bought krazy race, thanks to Ernie, And the Wakeupshow.com

p s y k o

classick
the album starts with a battle and ends in a war for unity for us brown and blacks to conglomerate and become one to make hip hop and art what it should be thats why, victori-us is my choice, a lyrical pow-wow of many as one..psyko

Santiago Naphtalli of Brownpride.com

He's speaking up for the voiceless and defender of our rights. This isn't about
Krazy Race - The Movement: Strength In Numbers

With the current political climate becoming turbulent for the undocumented population residing in the United States, patriotism has turned to xenophobia (fear of foreigners) as Americans try to convince themselves that criminalizing everyone that isn't born here is the "right" thing to do. Reminiscent of pre-holocaust Nazi Germany, when Hitler blamed the Jews for economic distress, President George W. is using the same rhetoric. His strategies are almost identical. "They are 'illegal', 'non-law abiding' and 'a threat to national security' ", he echoes from his pulpit, resembling Der Fuehrer with his mean little speeches.

But history will not repeat itself here. To make sure of this, masses of a once-silenced Race have stood up in unison to counter this uncivilized ideology. A humane race. A mixed race of both immigrants and full-fledged citizens that will not allow this administration to carry out their Draconian threats of arrest and deportation. Not with our tax dollars! A nonviolent uprising of immense proportions is brewing simultaneously in different cities-coast to coast and overseas. A new breed of activism has been born. One that utilizes networks to reach counterparts in other states. With the click of a button, a previously impossible connection can be solidified between like-minded individuals with a common cause. The new-age rebel has harnessed technology to eliminate all borders and overcome the factor of distance; paving the way for a truly global community. This Krazy Race c.d. is the symbol of modern-day retaliation...

Since the late '90's K.R. has been in the L.A. underground scene performing at different benefits for non-profit organizations (with his back up: MVP). He was also busy tutoring at workshops in the community so youngsters could learn to use the art of hip-hop as a form of expression. As time passed and styles advanced, Krazy Race continued to stay dedicated to the strife of the proletariat, while challenging those in positions of power who refuse to help (and in many cases actually benefit from others' suffering). Never conforming to the "trend" sound that passes seasonally, nor changing his message to get radio play, Krazy Race is a real champion of the people. Keepin' it real every time. Whether it's a song about generations of struggle or a personal love song to his son, telling him how much he is inspired by him, real lyrics are expressed eloquently without missing a beat. That's revolutionary. When a person could offer a commentary on such deep topics, plus make it rhyme to the rhythm... that's the fire! Even a musical eulogy, called Day of the Dead, comes to life with vivid imagery that embraces the memory of those that have passed on- with a native perspective.

The production of this album shows evidence of someone who has been doin' this for a while, and investing many hours in the lab perfecting the sound. Anyone who knows Marky will tell you he is tenacious about his music, but this time he's taken it to another level. For one, he joined forces with other revolutionaries to add their vibes on the tracks (2Mex and Jizzm, Tanya P., the boys from Quinto Sol, EXPN, Gifted Born, Cire, Devious, Datin, Defiant, Big Quarters, Kemo the Blaxican, Sicko Soldado, Enemy of O.T.W., and Global City, to name a few). This shows Krazy Race's versatility and his ability to work with others. These are good qualities to have in a lyrical activist. Another outstanding feature of this album lies in between two songs, and is modestly labeled an interlude. It is a recorded phone call from a United States soldier fighting in Iraq. He pleads with the listener to help bring the troops back home. It's obvious that they are sick of the bloodshed, and disgusted with the fact that the American people are tricked into thinking they are on some holy crusade. No more blood for oil! Why should they be the ones to do the dirty killings... and paying with their lives? It's a bitter irony that the Commander in Chief and Executive of the nation is leading this world-wide war on terror, yet he will never set one foot in battle. Never has and never will.

Well, it's obvious this isn't your ordinary c.d. No, it doesn't have that teeny bopper appeal that the conglomerates love to market. It probably won't be played over and over again on the corporate media channels, but that's because Krazy Race isn't "pimpin' hoes" or wondering if his "chain hangs low". He's on a whole other mission. He's speaking up for the voiceless and defender of our rights. This isn't about 26 inch rims. This is about the Movement: Strength in Numbers.

We shall be victorious,
Santiago Naphtalli
BrownPride writer