Syko | Lyrikally Insane

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Lyrikally Insane

by Syko

Skilled Young Kreative Organism himself, SYKO
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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1. The Arrangement
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2. Countin' Days
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3. Certified
3:49 $0.99
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4. Painful Pleasure
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5. Welcome
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6. Welcome to My World
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7. Lyrikally Insane
4:31 $0.99
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8. Lame Niggaz
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9. When It Comes Down to It
3:30 $0.99
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10. Hood Love
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11. Cross Examination
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12. Rydin' on My Enemies
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13. My Life
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14. Famboshis
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15. Hell from Above
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16. Sentencing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Syko went straight to work on releasing his first solo album, “Lyrikally Insane,” the following year. This album is extremely rare and hard to find. All tracks produced, recorded & mixed by Syko & Mad One. The reason it says “Keep it Real Records” on it is because D-Sane originally had contemplated changing the name of his record label from Street Level Records to Keep it Real Records, incorporating the popular catch phrase of the time. D-Sane later decided not to name his record label after this fad phrase and changed it back to Street Level Records just before the release of the official “Full Time Soldiers” album in 1998. “Keep it Real” contains the original versions of several songs that ended up making it on to the first F.T.S. album, although some verses and member lineups had been changed when the songs were re-recorded at Shoreline Community College’s studios. The image on it is a map of North Seattle including 85th Street, Shoreline and 44th Ave West in Mountlake Terrace which covered all the areas the various members of F.T.S. lived in at the time, and came from the D-Sane line from “Money Makin’ Tactics” where he says… “From 8-5, to Shoreline, Shoreline to the 44 block.”

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