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50 Cent, Alive, and Bad: ALL SONGS PRODUCED BY: KANYE WEST Except Tracks 10 & 36 1. Intro feat. Free of 106 & Park 2. Live From Irving Plaza, NY- Talib Kweli/ Kanye West/ Mos Det 3. Guess Who's Back? Freestyle- 50 Cent 4. Jesus Walks (snippet). Kanye West 5. Through The Wire (Still Standing) feat. Chaka Khan/ Elton John 6. 2 Words. Kanye West feat. Mos Det/ Freeway/ Harlem Boys choir 7. Show Go On. Freeway/ Twista 8. Champions. Dame Dash presents Kanye West/ Young Chris Beanie Sigel/ Cam'Ron/ Twista 9. Live From Tweeter Center, IL Jay Z/ Kanye West 10. The Bounce- Jay Z feat. Kanye West 11. Poppin' Tags Jay Z feat. Twista/ Outkast 12. A Million Freestyle- Kanye West 13. '03 Bonnie & Clyde Jay Z feat. Beyonce Knowles 14. BR Right- Trina feat. Ludacris 15. Brown Sugar- Mos Def 16. Good To You- Talib Kweli 17. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly- Consequence/ Kanye w 18. Dead Or Alive- Cam Ron 19. Takeover Freestyle Cam'Ron 20. Got Nowhere State Property 21. Poppa Was A Playa- Nas 22. Home- Kanye West 23. Reebok Commercial- Scarface 24. Heaven- Scarface feat. Kelly Price 25. In Cold Blood- Scarface 26. My Way Kanye West These are the songs from my tatoo: 27. You Made Me- Harlem World feat. Carl Thomas 28. My Life Foxy Brown 29. Ghetto- Madd Rapper feat. Raekwon/ Carl Thon 30. The Truth Beanie Sigel 31. This Can't Be Life. Jay Z 32. Nothing Like It- Beanie Sigel feat. Harlem Boys' C 33. Izzo (H.o.V.A.) Unplugged Version- Jay Z 34. Heart of The City (Ain't No Love) Unplugged Ve 35. Never Chage Jay Z feat. Kanye West 36. My Life, My Love GLC of the GoGetters ROC A FELLA RECORDS produced by Timbaland produced by Devon Ha EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: KANYE WEST for Kanma Co Execs: John Monopoly for Hustle. & Don C. for H Hustie ixed By Mustafa Rocks & Vaughn Woods for 87emP HUSTLE
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Africa, Clothes, and Crying: Deported for the 2nd time this week.... @chakabars It's so hard for Africans to travel Africa.. (Continued from the last post) I'm still crying, I've never cried for this long. I'm been so hurt, I'm not feeling sorry for myself. I'm feeling sorry for Africa. What am I going to do now, go back to slave privileges afforded by the destruction of African people. Capitalism was built on the destruction of Africa. I don't want capitalistic privileges, I don't want a European car, house, clothes, food or European racism. That in my eyes isn't success, I just want to be with my people in my culture in the lands that I was stolen from. Many people won't understand what has been done because they don't read enough about the subject, for all those about to cry privileged tears, talking about "Chaka you can't say Europeans!", I can and I did, sort your f*cking people out. Sitting on the fence talking about kumbaya, while Africa is raped and Africans are murdered by European police across the globe isn't good enough. If you are fighting racism then I applaud you, if you are European, and you take a stand to change things for the better then I applaud you, if you are just here for the memes and banter then you don't have a right to speak. As for f*cking white Jesus all over Africa, F*ck white Jesus, an invented white deity isn't gong to free Africans from white oppression. Neither is Islam, how are the African countries where islam is the main belief system structurally? They are messed up! How are you a religious leader and rich? You can talk all the Allah talk you want, what are you doing for Africans? What is use is there praying everyday but not doing anything. Look at what just happened at grenfell tower, look at how many Africans just died because of racism. We need unity... more below (If you make this about god I'll block you)
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Children, Memes, and Naruto: children, with WhoM i shared my chaka Nowood Gome to you mother ialh โ €โ €โ € Last post for today :') Night ๐Ÿ’— โ €โ € โ–ธโ–ธ Naruto Shippuden: Ep. 459 โ €โ €โ € [ NarutoUzumaki SasukeUchiha KaguyaOtsutsuki Kaguya Uchiha Uzumaki Otsutsuki ]

โ €โ €โ € Last post for today :') Night ๐Ÿ’— โ €โ € โ–ธโ–ธ Naruto Shippuden: Ep. 459 โ €โ €โ € [ NarutoUzumaki SasukeUchiha KaguyaOtsutsuki Kaguya Uchiha Uzumaki O...

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Tumblr, Blog, and Com: serafino-finasero: Chaka Khan in sequins, late 1970s

serafino-finasero: Chaka Khan in sequins, late 1970s

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America, Children, and Energy: The eyes are the gateway to the soul @chaka bars What are we? These vessels of carbon & cells... We are not these vessels. These thoughts of our place in the universe, how we are the universe and yet we observe ourselves... We are not these thoughts. The liquid that sustains our existence in this current form, made of Hydrogen & Oxygen, we drink it every day, it allows us to regenerate... We are not merely liquid. These electronic devices that I am writing this on, you are reading this on and that is connecting electrically to an Atmosphere, where we share this air, almost as if the energy that is being conducted was created by the device itself, but it is just channelling energy created by the universe, harnessed by other energy sources. We are not these devices. These ideologies devoid of spirit, of sexism, racism, capitalism, classism and all of the isms-systems that support the separation of self from spirit. We are not these ideologies. We are the universal, the realms are all interwoven, spiritual, physical, mental, it is all one. You can look through your pupils but you will only see with your third eye. Vision comes when you accept your ancestors & acknowledge that you are here for your children's children. You are not your thoughts, you are awareness of these thoughts. You are not feelings, they are not you, it is just energy that you are channelling. You do not own anything, even the air you breathe in must be exhaled. The phone you hold in your hand, made from minerals mined by Africans, who make $1 per day, assembled in China & distributed from North America by Europeans who have enough money to start countries...All in the name of capitalism. You are not capitalism, you are not racism, you are not sexism, you are not classism. Money, what is money, just energy so why do we try to hold on to it. Why do we try to hoard this energy?? This energy will destroy us. When you buy into materialism it is not money you are paying with, but hours of collective existence that we will never get back. Remember this for you are not money. You are a soul... Do what is good for your soul. chakabars

What are we? These vessels of carbon

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Blessed, Cypher, and Dancing: How to get down with your squad @chaka bars La Buraanbur is traditional Somali poetry Mainly used by women to share their skills, thoughts struggles and emotions & real life This is so sick, buraanbur got me feeling like I'm at a hip hop rave-break dance battle, mc cypher. Super lit ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ด๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ด โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ The buraanbur traditionally served as an important and powerful medium used by women throughout Greater Somalia to share their thoughts, experiences and aspirations. Such poems are typically centered on topics relating to females, including child-rearing and marital relations. The poems can also deal with social and political issues in general, and are sometimes accompanied by drums, clapping, and dancing. Buraanbur has traditionally been an important part of local culture in Greater Somalia. Historically, the verse form was employed during the independence movement. It continues to play an important role by conveying political, social and educational messages and general awareness raising. Poems composed by Halima Godane, Raha Ayaanle Guled and Hawa Jibril were powerful instruments in mobilizing constituencies against the colonial authorities. In this vein, Jibril explained why women joined the struggle against colonialism: "We wanted to break away from our seclusion, We wanted to have the responsibility, To express our feelings and our views, We wanted to show our concern for our country" chakabars blessed @amaalnuux
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Children, DJ Khaled, and Future: Being honest is a freedom many deny to themselves... @chakabars I'm not lonely, many people love me & I โคmany people... but the reality of loving people who are oppressed is this. You won't be truly popular until you are dead, until you are no longer a threat to the existing power structure. Many people are scared of power & death. Some are not, many aren't willing to die for others, I'm not sure why, we were put here for others. Everyday I get asked if I have a partner, or if I have children. I keep getting reminded that I am 30 this year, but the truth is this. I am on a mission & until I create positive change & a better future for the children I โค, I won't settle or stop. Not many women will say to me, "Hey Chaka, I wana join you on this mission, I will dedicate my life to children I don't know, just because they are oppressed" I remain focussed, my life isn't perfect but it makes me feel like I am creating the right change, my life isn't for me, it never was. My mum educated me in a way that I was always going to do this... well if I was being true to myself. I was reading Marcus Garvey & learning about Ancient Kemet when I was young, I was raised a vegan Rasta & called Chaka... So I am walking the path, it feels amazing, I know that many people don't care about children facing poverty or structural violence, they even try and hide from it. So many famous Somalis, Congolese, Ethiopian & African people, living in the west hide, or ignore me when I ask them to care about their people. It's not like I am out here trying to pay for skiing trips, but they just don't care about orphans of their own people, it's like trying to ask Dj Khaled to help support the people being murdered in Palestine... I don't care about what people think, or if I can't be in a relationship because I have work to do, I just care about the Children. They are my reason for being โค chakabars

I'm not lonely, many people love me

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Beautiful, Blessed, and Children: Because you need a cute Somali baby on your timeline, have a blessed day a @chaka ban Because when you tell a story you should tell the full story. There is suffering in Somalia right now, many people don't have access to food or water. We are trying to change that, we don't make a business out of helping the people, but we do it out of humanity. The same humanity I extend to all people suffering anywhere on this earth. Many people told me Somalia is too dangerous, the people are crazy, it wouldn't help to come here... Etc But I am no different to any of these people, so I won't hide behind my passport or the privileges, that I never asked for anyway. We need to treat all humans as equal, no matter where they are from or which belief system they follow. So many people think of Somali people and think of pirates. They don't speak of the colonisation by the British, the Italians and the French, the massacres that the Ethiopians lead against the Somali people, or how the Russians and the Cubans & Ethiopians went to war with the Somalia people in 1964. They never speak about North Americas involvement in keeping Somalia at war. They don't speak of the pipeline that Kenya and Ethiopia want to run through Somalia. Or how Libya and Yemen fought against the Somali people. Or how nuclear waste was dumped off the coast of Somalia by the Mafia, poisoning Somali children and fish. Or how many of the Gulf states are complicit in arming & funding the terrorists in Somalia. Then there was conflict and civil war... Or how the casualties of all of this are little babies like this one. They rarely speak of the beauty of the people, how hospitable they are, how friendly and welcoming they are. I got so many hugs and smiles. I didn't meet one person who was scary or aggressive. Not saying they don't exist, but please, tell the full story. The ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ด people deserve to be properly represented, they are so beautiful and need you to see them as humans, just like you see me... chakabars

Because when you tell a story you should tell the full story. There is suffering in Somalia right now, many people don't have access to food...

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