MP3 Karmacy - The Movement
Komplettes MP3 Album von Karmacy
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Karmacy’s debut album "The Movement" is a groundbreaking piece of work for music lovers across the globe. While deeply seeded in its hip hop roots, the album energetically branches out to take listeners on a unique journey. Listen to what MTV, the NEW YO
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Karmacy. A derivation of the Sanskrit word Karma, suggesting fate or destiny; where one’s selected actions determine his or her own future. Karmacy’s four members - Swap, Sammy Chand, Nimo and KB - decided to take fate into their own hands by taking the artform of Hip Hop, which has been transformed by the commercialization of the industry behind it, and bringing it back to the days of pure expression. Using Hip Hop as a medium through which they communicate their thoughts, Karmacy transcends typical perceptions and ideologies appealing to music listeners in all corners of the world.
Comprised of completely original intellectual property, Karmacy’s debut album, The Movement, represents the everyday realities and philosophies of cross-cultured individuals. Notable for their exceptional lyrics and insightful social commentary, KB explains, "we are in a new phase and form of communication that’s beyond labels and categories. It goes past boundaries." The evolution among the four members of Karmacy has included the articulation of a genre of music--fusion hip hop--that simultaneously utilizes the specificity of their background, such as the incorporation of five different languages on their album, while maintaining and embracing the universality of the human condition by commenting on issues that affect us all.
One especially striking single which highlights the philosophy and expression
of commonality among all peoples is "Horizons". This multi-lingual, lyrical procession is manually stitched together using five unique languages: Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, and English. This song adds a fresh scent onto the staleness of style that currently plagues hip hop while leaving their listeners wired for more through the mind-boggling production of their sole producer Sammy Chand.
Over the past four years Karmacy has taken on a variety of projects, including: tracks on hit international films, touring across the United States and Canada, as well as the work they recorded for their record labels’ debut compilation release. Having developed a strong following across the continent and looking to expose many more people globally, Karmacy is finally where they want to be with their debut album. Experience The Movement (2004) for yourself.