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dead prez
22 April, 2010 4:05 am

First single from the duo’s collaborative project together.

6 April, 2010 11:29 am

Here we go with a new remix for the Dead Prez track I’m A African.” Remix done by DJ Sol Messiah. Check it out below. Dead Prez + Sol Messiah – “I’m A African (Sol Messiah Remix)” (MP3)

12 September, 2006 12:00 am

While the collaboration has always been a staple in rap music, these days, they’re commonly limited to one artist enlisting the services of the A-List producer or MC of the moment in order to boost sales. But dead prez and The Outlawz are doing things differently: the Tallahassee duo (made of M-1 and stic.man) and [cont.]

3 May, 2006 12:00 am

Why are you doing a solo project?  What’s good with you and stic.man? Well, everything is good with me and stic.man.  He’s always gonna be there.  dead prez is not just a rap group; we’re family.  I decided to do a solo album because I thought he deserved to hear what M1 would do with [cont.]

29 March, 2006 12:00 am

    For someone so angry, for a rapper so closely associated with long-time outspoken politicos, for an artist wound so tight he calls his friends “comrades,” M1 is a very chill dude. One half of gangsta-but-party-killing duo dead prez, M1 might have used this solo debut to kick up his feet, take a deep breath, [cont.]

6 April, 2004 12:00 am

     The revolution will not be televised…for that matter the revolutionary damn near wasn’t even heard. R.B.G, Dead Prez’s sophomore effort has been through the ringer over the course of the last year. Columbia initially dropped them on the cusp of releasing R.B.G (the LP was getting rave reviews at the time, including a 4 1/2 mics [cont.]

10 October, 2003 12:00 am

Loudly proclaiming “dp’s got dat crazy shit!”, Stic.man and M-1 of Dead Prez were instrumental in making revolutionary hip-hop relevant again.  Not content to just bring a message, dp also provided melodic and invigorating beats that showed a commercial potential.  Sony’s decision to not release their 4.5 mic sophomore album, RBG: Revolutionary but Gangsta, and the [cont.]

20 January, 2003 12:00 am

The current stables of emcees are quick to claim that they’re strictly in this for their own agenda—which is usually money.  Dead Prez is no different, except their agenda is to push their propaganda to teach the masses.  On their first outing, Let’s Get Free, DP managed to garner some critical acclaim, and fulfill their obligation [cont.]

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