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Mars ILL - 'Abolition Of Manchild' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Producer:Dust
Label:Uprok Records
Date added:10/13/2001
Song time:3:38
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Name: reprez (Posted: 12/19/2003 11:08:00 AM)
Summary: These Guys Deserve A Grammy.
Comment: The song is basically about hip hop today, at least this is what it means to me, and it says that if you aren't going to bring it the way it needs to be brought, then don't rap at all. Too many emcees think it is all about the money so Manchild and Dust are shouting as gadflies, "Where is the real Hip-hop!" This is one of the dopest tracks on their CD. Their innovation stands out tremendously. I also love the way they rep Christ, simply said, they are dope.
Name: mARTin (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)
Comment: Mars ILL are manCHILD (the lyrical half) and Dust (producer/DJ). They represent Atlanta, a place that seems to have a very healthy independent scene at the moment. This grabs my attention right from the bat and should appeal to everyone who gives it a chance. It's Hip-Hop for the purist.