M.K. Asante Recruits Talib Kweli, Ras Kass & Bishop Lamont For Godz In The Hood (Video)

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Multi-talented M.K. Asante is an MC, author, filmmaker, professor, and scholar surrounding Hip-Hop and modern race relations in America. The Philadelphia native recruited MCs from Brooklyn to C-Arson in Talib Kweli, Ras Kass, and Bishop Lamont. “Godz In The Hood” is a song that explores the ulterior motives to some of what’s going on in the hoods and ghettos of America presently. Fans of Ras’ Soul On Ice will surely appreciate this depth of knowledge and fierce opinion on a Donny Hathaway-supported beat:

This is from both Ras’ Barmageddon album, as well as Asante’s soundtrack to his memoir and subsequent film, Buck.

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