New Video of Napoleon Da Legend’s up coming album “Symphonies of a Lost Soul” produced by Aureli1 Aka Tiga for Music for ya Mind. Directed and shot by Edson Flores for EVG Studio. Follow Napoleon Da Legend @TeamNDL on twitter.comwww.facebook.com/napoleondalegend
Special S/O Nando
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Jewelz pt 3 – Napoleon Da Legend 2011
We live and learn, liquor makes the liver burn / anxiety seeps through the epiderm/ will Obama get a second term? / only death is certain/ will the human race ever learn/ I make cheddar burn/ get my point across in just 11 words/ times are harder than they ever were/ pain in my soul is hereditary/ we forever search/ for the meaning of life in every turn/ do we die and then return or go to heaven and splurge?/ or freefall in the abyss of hell and then burn?/ do we earn a pass to get us in first?/ like night club promoters while god studies my motives/ soul cleansing flushing my motor/ hustle is in my culture/ success/ death sucks us in closer/ now my heart is torn/ pushing harder through the storm/ junk food in my belly now my arteries are worn/ hard to see the wrong/ part of me’s torn/ the good side of me’s there but it’s hard to reach to him/ bad economy/ no stopping my movement while the poverty’s booming/ grinding till I’m in the driver seat cruising/ no more privacy for humans they YouTubing us/ locked in this rubix cube of consumerism/ worshipping the superficial/ no matter how long you run the truth will always hit you/ Jewelz
Through my life I’ve seen all types of things/ the good the bad the ugly/ what life can bring/ through the heartaches and pain we find the strength within/ we dig deep for what it takes to win (what it takes to win)
Mind over matter/ we never mind the chatter/ my rhyme chatter I grind until I climb the ladder/ at night I shine like Las Vegas Nevada/ on or off stage I’m manifesting the latter/ see the symbolism as simple as I envision/ choose words that I assemble like Hieroglyphics/ it’s all physics/ written in the star systems/ the positive comes to the one that’s optimistic/ my belief system kills obsolete wisdom/ forces inside of me keep driving me on my mission/ to free the captive I spit for kings and Cleopatras/ dodging enemies in the Matrix with Neo backflips/ homeopathic Pisces/ Zodiac is sick/ crowd yelling homie threw me off with his accent/ Atlas throwing the earth off the axis/ small minded rappers jerking off on the mattress/ talking about his chains and rims spinning/ when he goes out to clubs he gets brains from 10 women/ now his fans don’t believe him anymore/ even worse his own man don’t believe him anymore/ now the reason in your core’s telling you to change/ the words from your songs putting you to shame/ and now you out the game/ no one will truly miss you/ no matter how much you run the truth will always hit you
This is a new song featuring Wu-Tang general Raekwon The Chef off of the upcoming “Symphonies of a Lost Soul” album. Free download below.
Love is love
some beats that he created back in the 90’s and brings them
back to life. Sugar Cayne teams up with DMV area emcee
Napoleon Da Legend to spit his fire, lyrical, thought provoking
and political lyrics to recapture a style of HipHop that the mass media wants to do away with.
This is the first of many “Experiments” to come….
Produced by: Sugar Cayne
“Can’t Help Myself” features
Napoleon Da Legend teams up with Texas MC, La Femme Nikita for this joint off the mixtape that he and Crazy Al Cayne are coming out with called “The Sugar Cayne Experiment Vol#1″. The song is called “Can’t Help Myself” and it’s the only beat off The Sugar Cayne Experiment vol#1 that was not produced in the 90′s. The Sugar Cayne Experiment will be coming out in mid December 2011 and we’ll be making more announcements as we get closer to the release.
“Can’t Help Myself” produced by: Crazy Al Cayne, Directed and Edited by Crazy Al Cayne
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This is a special dedication to Heavy D. This is one of the my most memorable song and video from the legendary MC (link below). I remember watching this video as it would play regularly on Rap City, back when Hip-Hop on “TV” really inspired and was really about expression and the artform. I just always thought that video was so raw and rugged. The rhyme was dope, the hook was classic with Flava Flav doing his thing. That’s Hip-Hop to me. Heavy D always had a dope flow, and was versatile without being “watered down”, which is a rare combo. Many people including myself thought he disappeared from the scene. However, I learned that he produced many dope tracks doing his behind the scenes thing. I will miss him and to him I pay homage.
RIP Heavy D
Love is love