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Think

by Ration-al

Political Thought Provoking Inspirational Motivational Hip Hop/Rap Direct From The Street.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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1. Music Love (feat. Miz Tasti)
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2. Think
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3. Do Life
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4. Ain't It Funny
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5. Who Told You That?
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6. Never Break Me (feat. Arteece)
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7. Don't Do What They Want U to (feat. Westside Slim)
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8. Keep It Poppin
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9. Black Souls
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10. Breath
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11. Check Mate
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12. Back Off Me
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13. The Things We Do
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14. You Never Know
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15. Do What You Do
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16. What Will They Say About U
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17. Freedom (feat. Melrose)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ration-al is an artist who dedicates his life to
motivating people. It is his goal to use all of his talents to give hope to all who hear his voice. He is driven to help people to understand that life is more than big wheels and dollar bills. More than prison, guns and death.

Ration-Al tells the truth in his music. He is not one who follows the crowd or industry trends. While he wants people to be able to bang his well constructed beats, his main objective is to sink positive thoughts into the brains of his audience with a hood edge.

Ration-Al KNOWS that most people are good, but,outside forces, intentionally continue to dumb down the hip hop community. He sees the transparency of the industry that targets our young and twists them into an empty life of crime and death.

Ration-Al is very involved in his community and tries to make a difference in all that he comes in contact with in his life. He uses his wisdom and life experiences to reach out and touch those in need of education, inspiration, and motivation.

This is Ration-Al. His music is his message. His talent he will not waste. To the people he will teach the true meaning of life.


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Jay

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I dig the new album. I like that RashinAl doesn't hold back and delivers what he feels. This album is no BS. Its a well thought out expression of this artists true feelings. Now I do think he looks alot like Cedric the Entertainer, but that is a whole different story. Be bold and buy this album and get away from that mainstream crap you hear on the radio. You may or may not agree with the message, but you will respect the enthusiasm of the artist.