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Can You Feel It? - Incognegro - Incognegro (CD, Album)

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  1. Shakarisar says:
    Incognegro, an album by Ludacris on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. Shazragore says:
    Das CD-Album "Incognegro" von Ludacris () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  3. Yogore says:
    Check out Incognegro on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  4. Grorg says:
    Jay might fade to black after this one but his last shot doesn't miss. If The Black Album is truly Jay-Z's last statement before retirement, he at least goes out near the top of his game. While it probably won't be remembered as his best album, The Black Album is his most personal to date and features some of his most compelling writing.
  5. Faulmaran says:
    Incognegro Intro Lyrics: Man 1: That man is a product of a poor environment. There is absolutely nothing wrong with him I can prove it / Man 2: Of course there is something wrong with him he's a negro.
  6. Tuzil says:
    Most people know the backstory to this album; Luda's original debut, Incognegro, proved to be so successfull with both underground critics and with sales, One of the 9 labels Luda ended up working for wanted to sign him and press it out to the public, so they repackaged it with four new songs at the end (hence the clever title).
  7. Arashir says:
    Other articles where Incognegro is discussed: comic strip: The autobiographical graphic novel: is African American Mat Johnson’s Incognegro (), with art by Warren Pleece. Set in the s, this graphic novel shows a black journalist who passes as white, using his light skin as a .
  8. Malmaran says:
    NPR coverage of Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile & Apartheid by Frank B., III Wilderson. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
  9. JoJoramar says:
    It'd be easy to compare Incognegro to that other organic hip-hop crew from Philly, the Roots, but differences do reveal themselves. Basically just a three-piece of MC Uh-Oh, DJ Smoove, and keyboardist Gungi Brain, Incognegro aren't quite a hip-hop band like Stetsasonic or the Roots, though Smoove's well-chosen scratches and samples beef up the sound considerably.6/

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