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The Black Leon Project

by Head-Roc

The 5th Solo LP Release from Head-Roc, regarded worldwide as "The Mayor of DC Hip-Hop"
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Black Leon (feat. DJ Eskimo)
1:44 $0.99
2. C'mon Home!
3:32 $0.99
3. Black Rock Star Super Hero
3:56 $0.99
4. Write My Life (feat. Noyeek the Grizzly Bear)
4:04 $0.99
5. Love the Way She Dance
3:11 $0.99
6. Bully (feat. DJ Eskimo)
4:07 $0.99
7. Move On
3:38 $0.99
8. Manifesto
3:53 $0.99
9. Head-Roc (Worldwide)
3:26 $0.99
10. Invancible
4:40 $0.99
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Album Notes
Written and recorded over the span of 11 days, The “Black Leon” Project is a rare cathartic lyrical masterpiece work from Head-Roc, “The Mayor of DC Hip-Hop”.

Produced top to bottom by Legendary Washington, DC Metropolitan area Hip-Hop/Funk/Soul super producer *Black ink, The Black Leon Project is a compilation of the following:

Track listing
1. Black Leon (feat. DJ Eskimo)
Head-Roc’s Battle Cry and clarion call to fight, contain, and eliminate Pop Culture’s global influence.

2. C’mon Home
An overture/invitation to those who abandoned us (Hip-Hop anchored in Black Love) at the turn of the century (2000) to “C’mon Home!”.

3. Black Rock Star Super Hero
Head-Roc’s official theme song and the title of his 4th Solo Release: ‘The Black Rock Star Super Hero Music Street Tape LP’.

4. Write My Life (feat. Noyeek The Grizzly Bear)
Continuing the grand tradition of Head-Roc LP releases featuring none other than Noyeek the Grizzly Bear of Infinite Loop/A.R.K. (The Package)(ca. 2004).

5. Love the Way She Dance
The Right and Proper way to compose and record a Soul filled lyrically tantalizing Sexy Love Song in the 21st Century.

6. Bully (feat. DJ Eskimo)
Amalgamated encounters with unsuspecting Bullies; fused into one fascinating Story where being a “Black Rock Star Super Hero” comes in handy to “Save Our People.”

7. Move On
The only logical sure-fire remedy for a Broken Heart - no matter the catalyst or circumstance that lead to one’s Broken Heartedness.

8. Manifesto
Head-Roc’s ratified Constitution.

9. Head-Roc Worldwide
“Sometimes I gotta remind Negus who the Fuck I am,” – Head-Roc

An autobiographical account of Head-Roc’s Life and Times as an artist working in the music industry since “retiring from The Plantation in 2004.”

All Tracks produced by Black inK (Decompose)
All Lyrics written by Head-Roc except where noted by Guest Appearances in (Parenthesis)
Recorded at Head-Roc’s House of N.O.Y.S Studio
Mixed by Head-Roc
Mastered by Dwayne “Super Bad III” Lee (DL Products/GODISHEUS)
Album Cover Art and Graphics by Pahel Brunis
Photograph by Sama Jahmila May AlBanna-Levy
Executive Producer: Head-Roc
Copyright 2013

Special Thanks to Sama Jahmila May AlBanna-Levy, Kimberly E. Springle, Nile Kongo Vance Springle-Levy, Badia AlBanna, Qutatye Marie + Doggy Daze, Sifu Abdur Rahim Muhammad + HTCMLI, Neteraru, All 4 One Barbershop and Salon Family (Hyattsville, MD), Lorenzo and Anita, Eric Royster, The Brunis Family, Dwayne and Amina Holmes, The Lucas Family (Donny, Dana, Jessica, Julian), La Orilla (Dave, Olivia, and Family), Cory Stowers, Keithia Clairvoyant, Sandhya Rajan, Marx Café Family (Mount Pleasant), The Agbro Family, Haydees Restaurant Family, Coaches David, Adam, Bill, and Veronica (Sidwell Spirit - DC ), Veronica Valencia, The Riverside Hotel - Zee and Momma (Clarksdale, MS), Memphis TN, Yazoo City MS, Washington, DC (Chocolate City, USA), Risikat Okedeyi and Lil SoSo Productions, Kapital Magazine (Jamal), Natashia & Saleem Heggins + The Music Lovers, Femi the DriFish, Tewodross Melchusia + Doc Knight Family, Labor USA, Roger Newell, Elise Bryant (DC Labor Chorus), The Levy Family, Mao Clemmons + Family, Jarobi White (ATCQ – RIP Phife Dawg), The Universal Zulu Nation, Infinite Loop, 3LG, The Head-Roc War Machine (Grizz + Eurok), DJ Eskimo (DC), DJ Soyo, DJ Oso-Fresh, Chocolate City Rocks, Judy Carn, Akeel Ali (The Movement DC), Mr. Wise (Depth Charge Recordings/Team Demolition, Baba Ras D, The Hamden-Gandy Family (Brooklyn, NY), The Springle Family (Greenville, SC), Maureen McCollough, Face (Art Decko/Infinite Loop), 20Bello + The Jukebox Family, Shaundra Oliver, Cornel West Theory, Thaylobleu, The Package (One Two, Theory, Grizz), Cookie Wear Family (Noodles + Joe Maiden), and many others. Please know that if I did not write your name, it is certainly a serious shortcoming on my part, and please forgive me… but I gotta get this LP out Now! 

*also famously known as Decompose, and formerly known as Black of DC Hip-Hop bricklaying legends “Poor Excuses”. Head-Roc and Black ink have been friends, colleagues, and artist collaborators for the better part of 25 years.

Be sure to seek and acquire the four previous Head-Roc Solo works:

The Return of Black Broadway
The Empower DC Project
The Black Rock Star Super Hero Music Street Tape LP

(The Black Leon Project makes EVEN MOOR SENSE, when you listen to the ones released before it.)



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