Nəḥemya | Liberation Before Repatriation

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Liberation Before Repatriation

by Nəḥemya

The Sophomore Return Album For Artist "Nəḥemya" based on The teachings of Emperor Haile Selassie I and Marcus Mosiah Garvey, fused with the inspiration and misery from the ills of the ghetto.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Triple Crown
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4:31 $0.59
2. Bluntedup
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5:42 $0.59
3. Ethiopia's Children (Acoustic)
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6:06 $0.59
4. Just Another Story (feat. Ladi Fendi & Calvin Braswell)
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4:53 $0.99
5. Liberation Before Repatriation (Meditation Riddum)
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5:23 $0.59
6. Low Key
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3:48 $1.29
7. Red (Redah Den)
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4:05 $0.59
8. Remember Us
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5:34 $0.59
9. Revelation
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4:35 $0.59
10. The Mirror (Self-Reflection Riddum)
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11. Rootical (Break'em Off)
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12. Wicked (Born N' Raised)
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4:59 $0.59
13. Sity Slicka
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3:36 $0.99
14. Anyone (feat. Ladi Fendi)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A well-rounded sophisticated album dedicated to African Redemption and a philosophy foreseen by Marcus Garvey and fulfilled by Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia in 1966, during his visit to Jamaica. Nəḥemya's vision with this album is to empower the minds of his audience to Liberate themselves, with great singles like "Sity Slicka" featuring Darry Jenifer of "Bad Brains", "Triple Crown" Produced By Evan Swann, and "Red (Redah Den)" with a wide collection of production by Nəḥemya himself, Darry Jenifer, 3star, and Evan Swann makes this album a classic.


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