Nas & Damian Marley - Distant Relatives FLAC
|1||In His Own Words|
Featuring – Stephen Marley
Featuring – Joss Stone, Lil Wayne
|4||Africa Must Wake Up|
Featuring – K'Naan
|5||Land Of Promise|
Featuring – Dennis Brown
|6||As We Enter||2:28|
Featuring – Stephen Marley
|9||Strong Will Continue||6:01|
|12||Tribes At War|
Featuring – K'Naan
|13||Count Your Blessings||4:24|
|B0014136-02||Nas & Damian Marley||Nas & Damian Marley - Distant Relatives (CD, Album, Gat)||Ghetto Youths United, Def Jam Recordings, Universal Republic Records||B0014136-02||US||2010|
|2741176||Nas & Damian Marley||Nas & Damian Marley - Distant Relatives (CD, Album)||Def Jam Recordings||2741176||Australia||2010|
|GY0060, none||Nas & Damian Marley||Nas & Damian Marley - Distant Relatives (2xLP, Album)||Ghetto Youths United, Def Jam Recordings, Universal Republic Records||GY0060, none||US||2010|
|JGONGLP002||Nas & Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley||Nas & Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley - Distant Relatives (LP, Album, Whi)||Not On Label (Nas), Not On Label (Damian Marley)||JGONGLP002||UK||2010|
|UICT-1056||Nas & Damian Marley||Nas & Damian Marley - Distant Relatives (CD, Album)||Universal Republic Records||UICT-1056||Japan||2010|
Track #1 contains elements of the recording "Yegelie Tezeta" by Mulatu Astatke.
Track #2 contains elements of the composition "Tribal War" written by Earl Lowe.
Track #8 contains elements of the composition and the recording "Promised Land' by Dennis Brown.
Track #10 contains elements of the recording "Kurikute" by Sara Chaves.
Track #11 contains elements of the recording "Sabali" by Amadou & Mariam.
Track #12 contains elements of the recording "Generation" by Ziggy Marley.
- Barcode: 0252741176
Distant Relatives - Damian Marley, Nas. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Distant Relatives is a collaborative studio album by American rapper Nas and Jamaican reggae artist Damian Marley. Production for the album took place between 2008 and 2010 and was handled primarily by Damian Marley Relatives is a collaborative studio album by American rapper Nas and Jamaican reggae vocalist Damian Marley. It was released on May 18, 2010, by Universal Republic and Def Jam Recordings. The album is Nas' 10th and Marley's fourth studio album, respectively. Distant Relatives was recorded between 2008 and 2010, being produced primarily by Damien and Stephen Marley. Fusing musical elements of hip hop and reggae, it features lyrical themes concerning ancestry, poverty, and the plight of Africa. Distant Relatives is a collaborative studio album by American rapper Nas and Jamaican reggae artist Damian Marley, released May 18, 2010 on Universal Republic and Def Jam Recordings. Distant Relatives Q&A. Copyright Universal Republic Records. Phonographic Copyright Universal Republic Records. Label Universal Republic Records. Primary Artists Damian Marley & Nas. The Nas and Damian Marley collaboration Distant Relatives came together as a way to earn money for schools in Africa, but before any corny charity album misconceptions get in the way, know that this is one purposeful monster and a conceptional bull's eye that fully supports its title. Actually, it all comes together in the albums first few seconds as Marley and Nas loop a sample of Ethiopian jazzman Mulatu Astatke for As We Enter s effective and infectious beat. Distant Relatives is a collaborative studio album by Nas and Jamaican Reggae vocalist Damian Marley, the legendary Bob Marley's youngest son. Distant Relatives is a seamless fusion of Hip Hop, Reggae, Dancehall, and African musical elements, with uplifting afro-centric vocals about freedom, family, spirituality, and ancestry. At 65 minutes, Distant Relatives offers both quantity and quality - all killer, no filler. Distant Relatives is aging really well and sounds as timely and timeless. read more. 6mo. It features guest appearances by K'n. Summary: The African-themed album brings Nas and reggae singer Damien Marley the youngest son of Bob Marley together. It features guest appearances by K'naan, Lil Wayne, Joss Stone, Dennis Brown, and Damien's brother Steven Marley, who also produced the release. Record Label: Republic. Genres: Rap, Reggae. Nas and Damian Marley are a formidable pairing, seemingly on the same level throughout most of the album in thought and overall presence. Distant Relatives is an important reminder that we are all one together, no matter how different the background, and thus proving Nas and Marleys hypothesis that even though they are hardly similar, they can join to create fantastic music, even if it's a track or two too many. Granted, they completed this album in a relatively short time, it begs the question how much they could grow if they worked with each other on future albums. At that point, the. Album 2010 14 Songs. Gong Marley & Nas. 2: Relatives is an amazing achievement for both artists. For Damian Marley, it shows in these 5 years since this last LP Welcome to Jamrock, he has grown as a producer and can lay claim to being one the most talented of Bob Marleys children. Nas continues to evolve and age gracefully. Since 2002s Gods Son, Nas has opted to use music to look inside himself for identity, rather than media, fans, or trends to define him. Instead of attempting to relive past glory Illmatic or personas The Firm, hes doing something many emcees become fearful to do grow up with their audience and cha