Unagi | Reinventing The Eel

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Reinventing The Eel

by Unagi

Extra funky, sample-centric beats and top-shelf rhymes from mcs from across the country
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Liftoff
2:10 album only
2. Grown Man Flowin ft Motion Man
2:40 album only
3. The Making ft Infinito 2017
2:55 album only
4. Four State View
2:45 album only
5. Can I Have Your Number ft Uppanotch
2:41 album only
6. Bird of Paradise ft Chee Malabar
2:25 album only
7. That Glow
3:24 album only
8. Come Get It ft Gigio
3:00 album only
9. Mondays ft Substitute Teachers
2:44 album only
10. Herb Man Theme
2:06 album only
11. Do Ya Feel It ft Linkletterz
2:43 album only
12. Previous Me ft Orukusaki
2:47 album only
13. Top Cat
2:18 album only
14. U Stole My Heart ft Unagi
3:15 album only
15. Song of Satisfaction ft Eddie Meeks
4:12 album only


Album Notes
Tired of the mediocre? Studio gangsters and sweater models not doing it for you? We feel your pain.

With Auto-Tune still dominating the charts and overly sensitive bloggers flooding the underground, there's a serious lack of interesting hip-hop that doesn't subscribe to one corny stereotype or another.

Enter Unagi.

An SF-based producer, Unagi has been making music all his life, and putting out records since 2003.

On Reinventing The Eel, he joins forces with an elite crew of emcees from across the country, representing for the Bay Area, Queens, Atlanta, Memphis, Chicago, and beyond.

Reinventing The Eel doesn't have its own dance. It's not about fake druglords, or vegans in sunglasses. It's just quality hip-hop. Beats and rhymes, a few scratches, and lots of good vibes. Enjoy.



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