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  1. Tojagrel Reply
    Dec 02,  · Scholarman – Candy Medicine () Scholarman – Soul Purpose () Stop The Violence Movement – Self Destruction (12”) () Talib Kweli – Right About Now-The Official Sucka Free CD: Talib Kweli – The Beautiful Mixtape: Talib Kweli – The Beautiful Mixtape Vol. 2.
  2. Kagalkis Reply
    ScholarMan: Soul Purpose ScholarMan: Gameshift - The Movement ScholarMan: Free Spirit of a Troubled Soul ScholarMan: Fatherhood Dreamlovers Mix EP ScHoolboy Q: Habits & Contradictions ScHoolboy Q: Oxymoron ScHoolboy Q: Blank Face LP Schoolly D: The Best of Schoolly D Schwesta Ewa: Kurwa Science Fiction: Walls Don't Exist Scientifik: Criminal.
  3. Kajim Reply
    Aug 31,  · ScholarMan's first single "The Answer II" off new album "GameShift: The Movement" coming Jan. !!
  4. Zulkikora Reply
    A ‘70s born, but ‘80s baby, ScholarMan fell in love with hip-hop in the early s. He became captivated with the culture at a time when you could turn on the radio and hear a variety of music from many different viewpoints and areas.
  5. Maugar Reply
    Close Encounter (Break) Big Ole Words (Damn) Closet Freak (feat. Kirkland Underwater) Live (Right Now) El Dorado Sunrise (Super Chicken) A Thug’s Concern (Break) One for the Road Let Him Sing If He Wants To (Break) CSpend the Night in Your Mind Suga Baby (feat. Big Gipp & Backbone) Gettin’ Grown.
  6. Meztira Reply
    1. Dozens 2. Sandwiches (I Got a Feeling) 3. T-Boz Pts, 1 & 2 4. Shake 5. T-Boz Tried to Talk to Me! 6. Carmex 7. I Got Needs 8. Broke Thursday 9. Agriculture.
  7. Mezigami Reply
    Last of the Brave by ScholarMan, released 11 February 1. Break Down, Build Up 2. Waves 3. Sweet Nothings 4. Toxins 5. Atmosphere w/ 3rdSunSoul 6. Smile (From You) 7. Whats Going On? 8. Best Of It 9. Exorcist Twin Destiny We live in a time where most follow trends instead of setting their own; this album is for those brave enough to stand alone.
  8. Mikak Reply
    ScholarMan:: Gameshift: The Movement:: Soganic Music as reviewed by Steve 'Flash' Juon RapReviews readers were first introduced to ScholarMan over a year ago on the album "Soul Purpose."Having landed the assignment of covering his album myself I was fairly critical of the overall product, feeling the accompanying press release made promises a brand new rapper simply couldn't .

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