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Assassin Nation
  • Artist: DP da Reapa
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479631627
  • Item #: SRD963162
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 11/25/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Assassin Nation on CD

Welcome to the Assassin Nation, son! Music 4 Da Ancestors is exactly like that, a mixmaster verbal libation for does that done gone befo', U know? Day I Los' Moms is about the government conspiracy that led to my natural mother's untimely demise. Nuttin' but da truth boy... Letting Go is about spiritual renewal and the fact dat you can't rise up less you let shit go. I was sittin' at Highlawn Pavilion in the Burg when the lyrics to Tomb of the Da Unknown Soldier wrote themselves. Dey is what dey wanted to be! Foxhole is finally my chance to work with Vex Bliss and Signifier of the Indigenous Womb (deepkatz on da prowl!) Hurricane was written in the middle of one in between power outages (Isabella to be exactamundo). Ain't' No Doubt is me and Ned Vicious (dat's right the Boothill Clique) hooking up again and doing our thang. Lots of the other tracks are for all the male and female frauds out there. The males who front the mike and blow smoke up my ass saying they gone put us on or do sumpin' wit me and den diss us when dey shows (punks u know who are--eat one up)! The females who basically play themselves like hoes rather than queens and go after the brother with the flash and cash when they could be rolling wit' sumpin' mo' betta. You dissed me all this time. Don't switch up now cause you ain't gettin' snizzle but da D. U heard? Atl flava with the Va swing. Still no sell out, no weak brothas, and no compromise from the 36 in the 04. Seen?