Khingz | From Slaveships to Spaceships

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From Slaveships to Spaceships

by Khingz

"From Slaveships to Spaceships" is a testimony of transformation, a voyage through time and space, a continued search for freedom of mind.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. ...Is the New Blaq
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2. Reach In
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3. Pony Boy
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4. Good Again
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5. Hydroplanin\'
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6. Blaq Han Solo
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7. Boi Caimen at Adwa
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8. Electric Tantra
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9. Prodigal
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10. Grillz
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11. Escape Society
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12. From Slaveships to Spaceships
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13. Bladed Poems
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14. Heaven Made This
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15. Kaya Mahal
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Album Notes
"On his long-awaited sophomore album, From Slaveships to Spaceships, Khingz rolls out his own personal vision of the Harlem Renaissance's New Negro: an outsider, a bookish black skater, a proud "Southside rider" from Rainier Valley who grew up around gangs and "more Filipinos than Daly City." Finding a shockingly expressive middle ground between head-taking lyricism and unblinking outrospection—just check the unstoppable "Bladed Poems"—Khingz is the best he's ever been." - The Stranger Magazine, June 2009

"[Khingz] lays down the gauntlet of what it means to be Hip-Hop, what it means to love Hip-Hop and what it means to be a Black man in a world that rewards us for living with limitations and perpetuating stereotypes… The future of Hip-Hop has been revealed.”- Ozone Magazine, June 2009"


"For years, Khingz made a name for himself as one of Seattle's wittier wordsmiths, partly because of his swift, didactic rhymes on various projects and at live shows..." Seattle Weekly, June 2009

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That's some "Change" for you....
That's on the spaceship level....
You dropping another classic
Taking them outta here with that one....
That's real from the homie Pay
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