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Justice Allah | Supreme Mathematics

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Supreme Mathematics

by Justice Allah

Get introduced 2 the Universal Laws & Order. . . "This album is for those that know, for those that don't know, for those that want to know, and for those that need to know." Hip Hop On Your Level.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cipher (feat. DirtChile, Ranus & Ashlei Mayadia)
6:00 $0.99
2. No Ledge (feat. Ashlei Mayadia)
6:42 $0.99
3. Wisdom (feat. Ashlei Mayadia)
5:05 $0.99
4. Understanding (feat. Colby C & Ashlei Mayadia)
4:46 $0.99
5. Culture (feat. LaDell, Ricky Bishop & Ashlei Mayadia)
4:14 $0.99
6. POWER (feat. Ashlei Mayadia)
3:55 $0.99
7. EquaLity (feat. Ashlei Mayadia)
7:27 $0.99
8. (Forgive Dem) GOD(feat. Mr. Mon
5:50 $0.90
9. Build/Destroy
4:44 $0.99
10. Born
5:08 $0.99
11. SuPreMe MaTheMaTiCs (feat. K-Rino, Dope E & Ashlei Mayadia)
4:39 $0.99
12. Now U Know *bonus
1:30 $0.99
13. The Supreme Mathematician Meditation (feat. K-Rino, Dope E & Ashlei Mayadia)(bonus track)
5:23 $0.99
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Album Notes
SuPreMe MaTheMaTiCs
JusTice AllaH

11 tracks (+Bonus tracks)

In his own words, "This album is for those that know, for those that don't know, for those that want to know, and for those that need to know..."

JusTiCe AllaH presents SuPreMe MaTheMaTiCs - a testimony to hip-hop's philosophical roots and the progressive era we are now in.

Justice will allow you to peer inside the mind of a man and his musicality. Hip Hop on your level.

The 1st video and single BORN, has lyrics with integrity without losing the in-your-face-truth-tales characterizing hip-hop music and culture. This single is just one peak in a rap album full of soul and head banging hooks.

All song titles and lyrics of this album are an expression of one of hip-hop's earliest culture providers, the Supreme Mathematics of the 5% Percent Nation. Justice Allah shares each numbered principle with lyrical finesse, musically “dropping science” life skills - through the use of the Supreme Mathematics.

Guest appearances some of Houston's best including K-Rino and Dope E & vocalist Ashlei Mayadia - all members of Houston's historical rap family, South Park Coalition (S.P.C.).

The BORN music video features a fierce martial arts display by Baba Shango and SEHAS Community Center, an institution built on the concepts of self determination and cooperative economics to help young people grow becoming positive assets to our communities.

JusTice AllaH has been a rapper, songwriter and performer for over 15 years. With creative and compelling live shows, his versatility is evident. He is also a member of South Park Coalition.



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Music For Our People !
"Wake up and get ready for another level of elitist hip hop and soul controlling !"

Towards the end of the year 2009, the 144 Elite member and the Dope-E "find", Justice Allah released the solo debut of Supreme Mathematics on his own label "Elite World". The alert listener will not fail to recognize the album's all encompassing spectrum of themes. Justice's detailed statements about the brutally hard teachings of the Black Muslims make for some highly incendiary material. Justice knows how to deftly deliver the fine balancing act between deeply profound content and a blazingly hot hip hop product. Like a soft carpet -- yet in many ways crystal clear -- Justice's rap mixes into a harmonically relaxed beat construction. This effect was created by a collaborative effort between Justice, Mentor and 144 Elite member Dope-E, and homies like Immortal Beat and Jones!
Tracks like "Power", "Wisdom", "the title track" and above all the wonderful "Cipher" (my personal favorite) play as a type of homage to the inseparably tied phenomena of soul and hip hop. And then we must mention the highly talented Ashlei Mayadia, whose vocals add another seal of quality to the album. Lost in reverie, the old school song "Culture", with beat samples from the totally dope "Mind Over Matter" by West Coast legend Ice T , easily transported me back to the good old days. To the hypnotic tick tock and divine trumpet sound in "(Forgive Dem) God", I thrilled to the sunset and forded the Rio Grande at the Mexican border town of Brownsville. Simply magnificent... A somewhat harder note is hit in "Build/Destroy". The searing guitar tones make it abundantly clear that you don't mess around with Supreme Mathematics. Supreme Mathematics may be the weapon most suited for battle in the fight against the world wide hip hop disaster. With the strength of his bite and sharp claws, this young lion is poised to become the next alpha male in the SPC pride. WORD !

tHomas from germany !