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EMOtivate Yourself

by Poe Pro

A beautiful blend of Hiphop with EMO overtones.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Introduction
0:19 album only
2. EMOtivate Yourself
5:21 album only
3. Escape The Pain feat. Liotta
4:15 album only
4. Keep Moving On feat. Liotta
4:43 album only
5. Now You Know
3:01 album only
6. Side 2 Side feat. TK
3:48 album only
7. Blinded feat. Liotta
2:21 album only
8. The Amazoness
3:13 album only
9. Syllable Swordsmen feat. Marty Diggs
3:04 album only
10. No Mistakes Allowed feat. Iron Cladzmen & Mark Deez
2:19 album only
11. The Natural Phenomenon
1:59 album only
12. Cocaine Flow feat. Unkle Tom
2:24 album only
13. Cold Feeling
1:34 album only
14. Play Out In The Rain feat. One Third
4:18 album only
15. All Work No Play feat. Liotta
4:14 album only
16. Marks Of A Scar feat. Horse
4:12 album only
17. One Step feat. Liotta
3:52 album only
18. EMOtivation!
4:00 album only
19. Better Tomorrows
3:31 album only


Album Notes
In 2007 Poetic Prophetic released his “New Jeru’s Finest” mixtape and was met with satisfactory reviews. On that set mixtape, Poe flexed his lyrical confidence by exhibiting a massive amount of ego. Since then Poetic Prophetic has been humbled by the cruelty that the world has to offer. Karma has caught up with the struggling artist as he battles day to day trying desperately to not let his window to life’s opportunities close on him forever.

On “EMOtivate Yourself” listeners will really get a glimpse at the mind of Poetic Prophetic and truly understand what has driven him to his self destruction. This album can almost be looked at as a gateway to my universe, my audio diary. It is a blend of true school hiphop with emo overtones. The majority of this album is very honest with as little ego tripping as possible. “EMOtivation”, “Escape The Pain”, “Marks Of a Scar” are some examples of the emo hiphop blend. There is a slight break-up to the negative energy with some faster paced fun lively music on “Side 2 Side”, “Cocaine Flow”, and “The Amazoness” along with some true hiphop dedicatory songs like “Now You Know” and “Syllable Swordsmen”.

On “EMOtivate Yourself” I decide to present myself very honestly and cater to much broader audience, but try not to stray too far from my current fan base. I try to serve everyone with a little bit of everything on the spectrum.

Features include: Liotta, TK, Marty Diggs, Iron Cladzmen, Mark Deez, Unkle Tom, One Third, and Horse

Production by: DJ Intro, Scumbag, DJ Karma Infinite, 40 Dash One, SoCrates, Liotta, and Jimbrewski



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