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The International Project

by Krazy Race

This album will go down in "Hip Hop History" as one of the first independent Los Angeles Hip Hop releases that features 15 producers from 15 different countries, hence the name "The International Project" A must have for your Hip Hop Collection!!!
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let It Be Known Intro Ft. Javie Lopez
1:28 album only
2. Gladiators Ft. Abusivo
3:30 album only
3. Black Angels Ft. Xp of Rhyme Addicts, Smokey Rob of Gutterfame & Eq
4:13 album only
4. Beats, Bars & Spit Ft. Pawz One, Destruct & Indjnous
3:34 album only
5. Beat Box Interlude By Lil Race
0:37 album only
6. L.L.U.H.H {long Live Underground Hip Hop Ft. Godilla & Lil Race
2:20 album only
7. Murder Fest Ft. Capitol I-Man of Tha Mexakinz
2:33 album only
8. Black Out Ft. I-Suppose of Rhyme Addicts, Mesidge & DJ Qvali
3:19 album only
9. Reflections Ft. Vic Garcia of All Else Fails
3:02 album only
10. Guns, Bullets, & Kevlar Ft. Sporty Loco
4:16 album only
11. You Never Know
2:40 album only
12. International Project Interlude
1:35 album only
13. The Journey Ft. Ricasshay
2:33 album only
14. Chemtrails
3:31 album only
15. Love Gone Wrong Ft. Nancy Ocampo
3:12 album only
16. The Gift & the Curse
2:38 album only
17. From the Heart Ft. Diamonique
3:29 album only
18. Master of Ceremonies Ft. Drumrap of All Else Fails
4:00 album only
19. Bloodline Ft. Olmeca of Acid Reign
3:23 album only
20. Sword of Revolution Ft. Thief Sicario & DJ 311 of Verbal System
3:27 album only
21. Desperado Ft. Gremlin, Top Dime & Mexicali of Blc
4:14 album only
22. Wack Mc's Ft. Mace One & Getel {los Crux}
3:28 album only
23. My Definition
2:39 album only
24. Cali 2 Colombia Ft. Ali Aka Mind & DJ Dap
3:00 album only
25. Cypher of Destruction Ft. Loco Rodriguez
2:42 album only


Album Notes
This album will go down in "Hip Hop History" as one of the first independent Los Angeles Hip Hop
releases that features 15 producers from 15 different countries, hence the name "The International Project".
A must have for your Hip Hop Collection!!!

Quotes on this new Historic release:

MCM said
"I can easily compare it to good old jedi mind tricks ... it has that type of sound ... that rawness + you really chose dope beats bro ... almost every track is a masterpiece."

Jake Padilla said
"Krazy Race did it again, this album is really dope and has producers from 15 different countries.
I bought the hard copy yesterday, this project goes hard. Definite classic for 2012 & 2013."

Emily Monique Cruz said
"I'm feeling your songs. I am so impressed! Your lines are sick. I appreciate the honesty in your music and it sounds like you really took your time with each song. They're well thought out and each has their own style. Makes the listener feel like they understand where you're coming from. I'm a fan! "

Charlie Brown said
"dope album!!! it had me up all night."

Lisa Basulto said
"just finished listening to it, its DOOOPE!!!

Rodney Lee Romo said
it was off the hook dude, im gettin 2 copies!!!

Tony Acevedo said "the cd is banging !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Godilla said "This shit is tough. Gd work general."

Pete E. Pantone said "Im banging that Desperado doggg...sicccc"

Kiza Beats said

Albert Bołtryk from Poland said
Yo, just finished listening to the album. All tracks are dope, but L.L.U.H.H and the one Weirdo produced are masterpieces!

Skinny WBS from Japan said
Kyodai...Congratulations CD release!!! I heard your album and 'Master of Ceremonies. I like your album.
So cool!!! Dope!! It was good to make a song with you. I thank you from bottom of my heart.
Peace and respect from Japan. Arigato kyodai. c/s





to write a review

Pancho Mc Farland

The cd is not only enjoyable; it is important. This is the type of music true h
Hip hop is easily the most creative and most expressive subculture today. No other music since b-bop has provided artists the ability to explore an infinite number of sounds and themes. But, if your choice of ‘hip hop’ is limited to Rick Ross, Nikki Minaj, 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa, you wouldn’t know that. This ‘pop hop’ is extremely narrow in musical production and lyrical content and delivery. However, if you defy the corporate rap industry juggernaut and listen to true artistry and crave real emceeing, then you know that the music of hip hop is among the most important being produced in the world today. If you forgot or don’t know about the importance of hip hop worldwide, its true artistry or its potential to be the soundtrack to a global movement, then Krazy Race’s The International Project is here to remind you. And even more importantly, this music bangs. Krazy Race and guest emcees spit fire and deliver one heater after another. This cd is too important to miss. Everyone needs to pick it up. I especially encourage pop hop corporate rap stars to buy several copies and learn about true hip hop from the street.
Krazy Race’s label, Realizm Rekords, dropped the 25-track compact disc (enough for a double cd or two-volume set) in late 2012 just in time to celebrate the coming of the Sixth Sun and the new world it promises to bring. The cd signals what might be coming in the next age as the veteran Los Angeles underground emcee teams up with an international cast of producers. The producers of The International Project come from 16 different countries including Spain, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, Slovakia, India, and Colombia. Krazy Race also teams up with a number of different emcees from across the country who deliver gems on their guest verses.
A large number of producers, emcees, singers and/or guest musicians involved in a project often creates an incoherent product that is ‘all over the place’ in terms of its sound, style and themes. However, Krazy Race’s strength as an emcee and executive producer who knows how to bring a project from start to finish holds this cd together. The tracks that he chose to rhyme to have commonalities that reflect the themes he examines in his lyrics. Krazy Race develops three main lyrical themes: aggression and bravado; relationships; and politics, power and resistance. He does this through great storytelling and extended metaphors. The compact disc is always serious with musical production that relies on eerie, synthesizer-heavy music over bass drums.
Many songs elicit a sense of danger through the use of European classical music that might serve as the soundtrack to movie thrillers. The producers incorporate operatic and symphonic sounds throughout to increase the sense of danger and elicit an emotional response. The musical production on this cd is exploding with creativity. This is not the same ol thing that is being played on the radio today.
Highlights from the cd include the following:
--Besides Krazy Race’s intelligent and mature lyrics and great storytelling, producer, elespecialista from Spain provides the best moments of the cd. He produced seven tracks. Track four, “Beats, Bars and Spit,” is a street hop anthem. It shows off Krazy Race’s flow and rhyme skills. He defines hip hop and his place in it as a West Coast, specifically, Los Angeles emcee. In addition to K.R.’s verse, Pawz One and Destruct add fiery guest spots. InDJnous adds perfectly executed scratches. Elespecialista also produced “Murder Fest.” I-Man adds a hard-spit, fast rhyme to the hard-driving beat. On “Guns, Bullets, and Kevlar” he does it again. He puts together hard-driving drums with a mesmerizing piano melody that is perfect for Krazy Race and Sporty Loco’s song about a major armed robbery of “one of the biggest landmarks in LA.” They tell a detailed story about how “Mr. Candelaria” puts a team of specialists together to pull off a heist including a shootout with over 50 police officers. This is classic hip hop storytelling. On “Reflections” elespecialista uses a haunting piano melody to set the tone for the dark message of self-reflection with a special emphasis on pain and danger. Vic Garcia adds a throaty, screaming vocal performance. His brilliant work illustrates a fusion between the rebel cultures of hip hop and metal. “The Journey” joins Krazy Race and Ricasshay and amazing drum tracks from elespecialista. The beautifully sung chorus delivers the interesting idea that “there’s a place in the sun for anyone who has the will to chase one.”
--Track 6, “L.L.U.H.H.,” is another anthem song in which Krazy Race and guests Godilla and Lil Race pay homage to underground hip hop. Once again Krazy Race takes a stand as an independent/underground, non-corporate emcee. His hip hop comes organically from the streets of L.A. not from the offices of record executives.
--“Gladiators” features a raw Spanish language verse from Abusivo. MCM from Slovakia sets the tone with the use of synthesized violin sounds. On this track Krazy Race details a battle in which he “bows down to no one.” It’s a track about triumph over difficult odds.
-- French producer, XFA7 uses church bells, gongs, record scratches and high-whiny synthesizer melodies and sounds to develop a sense of urgency and excitement on the fast-paced, “Black Out.” The emcees including guests I-Suppose and Mesidge speak about battle and warfare.
--“You Never Know” is a song of the arrival of death from many angles. It is supported by another mesmerizing piano melody; this time producer Weirdo from Italy is responsible for the great music.
--The synthesized, operatic singing is a highlight of the song, “Chemtrails.” Krazy Race explains at the end of the song that the haunting singing is Mother Earth crying out due to the pain she is suffering from corporate and political greed. The song is about the mysterious white trails that we often see in our skies. These chemical trails are believed to be highly toxic. Krazy Race provides a number of important facts and ideas related to these chemtrails and other environmental problems including accusing the most powerful agricultural corporation in the world, Monsanto, of being a drug dealer. Audio clips of experts on chemtrails at the close of the song confirm Krazy Race’s analysis.
--Krazy Race tells another great story on “Love Gone Wrong.” This time the story is about betrayal by a lover. A highlight is Nancy Ocampo’s beautifully sung chorus.
--Children’s humming emphasizes the heartful nature of “From the Heart.” Krazy Race offers us a spiritual with this song of gratitude and prayer for a better world. Diamonique adds a layer of complexity to this introspective song.
--Skinny Beats from Japan uses a rock guitar solo and dRumRap from All Else Fails plays LIVE drums to form the unique musical foundation on “Master of Ceremonies ” for Krazy Race to rhyme over.
--Gremlin, Top Dime and Mexicali team up with Krazy Race to tell a great story of a gang of Western desperados on “Desperado.” Queen of the mic, Top Dime, spits a great multilingual, mostly spanglish verse. This song and “Guns, Bullets, and Kevlar” are as vivid examples of storytelling as the best action movies from Hollywood. And they bang!
You will want to listen to this cd over and over again. There is so much going on from complex and unique musical production to great metaphors and stories that you will want to continuously “rewind” songs. The cd is not only enjoyable; it is important. This is the type of music true hip hop headz are looking for. It is only the independent and underground who are providing us with the musical sustenance that headz and hip hop require in order to survive.
Review by: Pancho McFarland
Associate Professor of Sociology at Chicago State University
Author of Chicano Rap: Gender and Violence in the Postindustrial Barrio (University of Texas Press, 2008) & The Chican@ Hip Hop Nation: Politics of a New Millennial Mestizaje Coming Soon (Michigan State University, 2013).