Stephen Earley Jordan II | Black Baby Tears

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Black Baby Tears

by Stephen Earley Jordan II

An eclectic collection of spoken word poetry mixed with loungey beats, challenging the listener's modern thought on race, class, gender issues and poetry, itself.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Black Baby Tears (feat. Marlon Saunders)
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2. Last Night
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3. Bad Bad Black Girl
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4. Cold and Black
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5. Filling the Quota
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6. Dandruff
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7. Where I Come From
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8. Loving As An Emergency (feat. Shane Luitjens)
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9. Autopsy Report
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10. Latisha Binn
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11. There Is No Tomorrow (feat. Marlon Saunders)
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Author and Cultural Critic Stephen Earley Jordan II of New York City, releases his debut CD, "Black Baby Tears"--a collection of spokenword.

"Black Baby Tears" portrays issues of race, class, and gender issues with loungey beats, and vocals on two tracks (by Marlon Saunders).

Similar to Gil Scott-Heron and Saul Williams.

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