War, poverty, genocide, environmental destruction—there’s no doubt about it, things need to change. On 911, the latest single off Cymarshall Law and The Joeker‘s sophomore collaborative set, the Jersey representative calls on people worldwide to take action on these and other pressing issues before it’s too late. As head-noddable as it is thought-provoking, this reflective jam is just one of many fresh cuts slated for inclusion on Hip Hop in the Soul 2, scheduled to hit online retailers October 4.
Written by richard on 09/22/11
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