S.T.I.X. Da Foreignah | Going Postal

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Going Postal

by S.T.I.X. Da Foreignah

Stylez upon stylez. Dirtysouth, East coast with a hint of dancehall wrapped in one. Along the lines of Dead Prez, Goodie Mob and Krs-1.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Intro
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2. Crime Payz
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3. Sex Talk
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4. In The Grass
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5. Club Skit
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6. Groove On
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7. See What I See
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8. N.W.O. Skit
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9. Going Postal
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10. Decisions
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11. Haitian Blood
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S.T.I.X. DA FOREIGNAH
(Subliminal. Teacher. Investigating. the Xknown)

Bitter with a cause, S.T.I.X. Da Foreignah is fed up with the ways of the world governments and the ignorance it breeds, expressing his views on his debut CD "Going Postal" on Wyld Lyfe Records. Born in New Jersey, he moved to Central Florida at the age of 11 years old, getting the best of both worlds (up north & down south), plus having roots in the Caribbean island of Haiti.
S.T.I.X. has very diverse characteristics. Loving Hip Hop & conscience reggae since his youth, da Foreignah has felt inspiration from artists such as Bob Marley, Garnett Silk, Sizzla, KRS 1, Dead Prez, Slick Rick, Buju Banton, Capleton and books such as Behold A Pale Horse, Illuminati 666, New World Order, The Torah and The Bible.
Bottom-line, S.T.I.X. is on a mission to promote consciousness thru Hip Hop music. Writing lyrics, producing and arranging songs is part of da Foreignah's lifestyle. S.T.I.X. is also a professional recording engineer since 1997,also done assisting engineering with groups like Goodie Mob, 112, Too Short, Kelly Price, Lil' Jon & The East Side Boys and many more. So best believe da Foreignah is no stranger to the game. He's also opened up for artists like Slick Rick at the House Of Blues (Disney-Orlando), D12 at the Club At Firestone (Orlando), in 1995 at the Unsigned Artist Showcase at the How Can I Be Down convention in Miami, and several other venues throughout his journey.
S.T.I.X. is no joke and capable of going postal at any time.
Are you ready? Well it doesnt really matter...S.T.I.X Da Foreignah is here to make you ready!!!


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kikulcha- In A Cultural Manner

Going Postal Indeed
From the title to the final fadeout "Going Postal" keeps it moving. After the first listen, it is obvious that STIX's debut offering comes into the game ripping thru what your ears are accustomed to. With a deep message and deadly delivery, “Going Postal” shows STIX as an MC who, like Talib, The Last Emperor, and others of that mental, understand the responsibility of wielding the force of Word Sound Power.
But like life, it’s not all “FIYAH BUN”. STIX let’s his locks down on “Groove On”, soon to be a Central Florida party anthem, let’s honey-dip know what’s on his mind on “Sex Talk” he, and reaffirms his roots on “Haitian Blood”.
So what’s the verdict? "Going Postal" is, to borrow from DP, Revolutionary But Gangsta, showing that STIX is holding it down on the mental, physical, and spiritual in the Dirty, Dirty.