19 May, 2011@3:12 pm
J Rawls unites two legendary hip-hop crews for the first time ever, as Sadat X (Brand Nubian) and Wise Intelligent (Poor Righteous Teachers) drop jewels over Rawls’ production. Taken from J Rawls’ new album “The Hip-Hop Affect,” in stores everywhere on May 17th, 2011.
Video shot in front of Harlem’s iconic “Allah School in Mecca,” where the Five Percent Nation has been headquartered for the past half-century. Also featuring an appearance from Scienz Of Life’s John Robinson.
“The Hip-Hop Affect” is the first solo hip-hop album from J Rawls in 10 years, and also features appearances from Rhymefest, Diamond D, Edo G, Kev Brown, Oh No, Casual, Copywrite, Count Bass D, Tanya Morgan, Stalley, El Da Sensei, J Sands (of Lone Catalysts), John Robinson, Bad Azz, Fat Jon, and more.
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