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Read A Book Single

by Bomani "D'mite" Armah

Conscious Crunk as seen on BET
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Read a Book
3:17 $0.99
2. Read a Book (A Cappella)
3:17 $0.99
3. Read a Book (Radio Edit)
3:17 $0.99
4. Read a Book (Radio A Cappella)
3:17 $0.99
5. Read a Book (Instrumental)
3:15 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
An instant crunk classic available exclusively on itunes. You’ve seen the video, make sure you request it on the radio. Taking southern hip-hop places you never thought it would go.



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Famous Milwaukee Author, Teresa Rae Butler

He is a Grown Ass Man and very much responsible for this controversial genius. H
It's real simple. We have allowed this mess, neglect and foolishness, now we have to clean it up by any means. Taking it one critic at a time, and cool-handedly getting the mis-guided youth to listen. We can do it melody sublime in poetry, in full-out dis-respect, in a cartoon, or in a trilogy to make just one who hasn't been shown the light, get enlightened. "DON'T EVEN TRIP GOD I RESPECT YA GANGSTA & ENTREPRENUBIAN ROYALTY." Or guess what? In a song called, "READ A BOOK." Stop trippin' It's a good thing. Get it in your head.


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Eugene Williams, Jr.

innovative, groundbreaking, this record needed to be made
Mr. Armah has cleverly given black American youth the positive message they need without sounding corny or preachy. He is telling our young people what they need to hear. Quiet as its kept, Mr. Armah is simply telling us to do all the things that Bill Cosby is trying to tell us to do, only in a different more "hood-palatable" format. If our church and community leaders can get past the explicit language and take time to listen to the timely and ironically positive message, this song will do for the black community what rap was originally intended to do!!!!

Keith E. Hooper Sr.

I understand it and teach it to mine!
Mr. Armah. I hope that GOD shines on your endeavors. I have allowed my son to listen to the radio edit several times to get him to understand your message and the reality of todays youth and their so called music. I took the lyrics of their latest and greatest artists (Soulja Boy Tellum, 50 Cents) and compared them to just 1 of our late 80s artists, KRS One's "My Philosophy". Hands down they couldn't touch 1st base with KRS. I urge you to be encouraged with your movement. I believe it is happening across the nation. We are beginning to teach our youth again the righteousness of ethics, morallity, and real freedom of speech. As Chuck D would say, "We got to fight the powers that BE!" So Fight the Power brutha. I bid you God Speed.