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MP3 Kabir - Peaceful Solutions

Komplettes MP3 Album von Kabir
Angegebene Spieldauer: 49:33
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2006-05-15
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: a robust blend of musical styles from all over the world, with an emphasis on funky, soulful hip hop beats, conscious lyrics and songs that have real content, messages and meaning...

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Kabir is an independent rapper, singer and producer originally from London. His music brews a robust blend of raw flow, thought-provoking lyrics, bass-heavy beats and catchy, soulful melodies. A U.K. transplant and current native of Cambridge, MA, Kabir performs regularly at colleges and clubs around the Northeast. He has shared stages with a wide variety of musical giants such as The Roots, Wyclef Jean, Talib Kweli, Common, Dilated Peoples, Lyrics Born, Rahzel, Matisyahu, Soulive, Maceo Parker and Galactic.
Kabir’s first self-produced album "Cultural Confusion" (featuring https://www.tradebit.com, Virtuoso, & Esoteric) was released in 2001 (Uncle Trouble Music) and independently sold approximately 3000 units. “Cultural Confusion” is a multi-layered concept album with raw beats, real rhymes and instrumental interludes. Several songs on the record reveal Kabir’s personal experiences with his own multi-racial identity, while others take a broader view of cultures and the conflicts between people.
Kabir’s second album, “Fuel for the Fire” was released in August of 2003 (also on Uncle Trouble Music). For this album Kabir again called upon the services of some of Boston’s hottest MCs including: Esoteric, Virtuoso, Shuman, and III Kings. A number of talented singers also contributed to this album including Amayo of the Antibalas Afro-Beat Orchestra. Kabir produced many of the tracks on this album himself, and a handful of guest producers also put their stamp on the record. “Fuel for the Fire” is about the way people live and the emotions that inspire us to do what we do.
Kabir’s new album, “Peaceful Solutions,” came out on April 25th and is being released in partnership between Uncle Trouble Music and Raptivism Records. Once again Kabir has collaborated with a variety of different artists including vocal wonderboy Ryan Montbleau, Shuman (who has several songs with KRS-1) and C-Money of John Brown’s Body. Many of the tracks on “Peaceful Solutions” are self produced, while others are done in collaboration with some of the same producers that Kabir has worked with in the past. “Peaceful Solutions” will be Kabir’s most widely available album and is distributed by Rykodisc/Warner.
Kabir currently performs his original material with the able support of a funky live hip hop band. He is always held down by his DJ, Axel Foley, on the turntables and the group features a rotating lineup of all-star musicians. Kabir’s band provides the backbone for his live show: an infectious dose of thoughtful and energetic music.

"On an independent quest for artistic integrity and creative experimentation" - Billboard, June 2002....
"Kabir lays down his dissertation with skill, style and tabla loops that roll like the Ganges" - Spin, April 2002....
"Well thought out and impressive....Kabir tells real-life tales in a compelling way." - URB, March 2002....
"What’s intriguing about Kabir is his ability to take familiar hip hop themes and approach them with a fresh mind-set" - Boston Globe, Oct. 2003....
"Kabir is one of the most innovative and stunningly original lyricists and musicians in underground hip hop." -Weekly Dig, 2003....
"An intelligent, dense debut from an MC who has much to say, and who says it well." - CMJ, January 2002....
"Clean, clear and crisp are Kabir’s rhymes, delivered with intensity and intelligence." -XLR8R, November 2003....
"The world definitely needs more MCs like Kabir...solid production, fresh perspectives and lots of heart." - URB Next 100, April 2004....
Look out for more publicity on Kabir and "Peaceful Solutions" coming up in the New Yorker, the International Herald Tribune, "The World" (on National Public Radio), MTV Desi, Voices of America, India Today, Daily News & Analysis and much more!
For more bio info and mp3s please view Kabir’s electronic press at https://www.tradebit.com For a copy of either of his albums ("Fuel for the Fire" or "Cultural Confusion") or to just have a listen go to https://www.tradebit.com or https://www.tradebit.com

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