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Mojoe - Classic.Ghetto.Soul. download mp3 album
Performer:
Mojoe
Album:
Classic.Ghetto.Soul.
Style:
Jazzy Hip-Hop
Released:
2003
FLAC vers. size:
1288 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1416 mb
WMA vers. size:
1352 mb
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Rating:
4.1 ★
Votes:
797

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This album has everything a music lover could want. I hear soul, I hear hip-hop, I hear rap and I hear the spoken word. There's even some blues, funk and jazz thrown in for good measure. If that sounds messy, trust me, it isn't.

Name: Mojoe – Classic. Genre: Jazzy Hip-Hop Release Date: 2006 Label: Music World Music Producer: Featuring: KATT Daddy, Bavu Blakes, Ron Horne, Peace The Soul Son, Roger Blevi. Name: Mojoe – Classic. Tracklist: 01. Intro 02.

Style: rap. Album year: 2007. Mojoe - Funky Lac 04:03. Mojoe - Gold Tooth Diva/Press One (Interlude) 05:41. Mojoe - 3rd Coast Anthem 03:57. Mojoe - Sweetwater Intro 01:49. Mojoe - Sweetwater 05:20. Mojoe - Voodoo Coochie 05:58. Mojoe - Gumbo Groove 03:17.

Listen to music from Mojoe like True Jewels and Gumbo Groove. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mojoe. Easy Lee (Charles Peters) and Tre (Treson Scipio) are MOJOE, a duo that has often described itself as The Roots meet OutKast over dinner with Marvin Gaye at D'Angelos house. Thats a party that anyone in their right mind would want to attend, a free-form jam with only the tastiest beats, rhymes, and harmonies, not to mention words and emotions that truly echo the barometer of urban life. MOJOE channels that spirit with Classic.

This is off of Mojoe's debut album "Classic.

Mojoe - Intro classic. Mojoe - Dirty Genes Mojoe, 2018 03:42. Mojoe - Brother Ali Heart Center, 2017 04:54. Mojoe - Empathic People Experience Heart Center, 2017 07:15.

Distributed by hand, Mojoe sold over 2,000 copies of their Classic. debut after it was first released in 2003. As they came across many potential label deals, numerous A&Rs turned down their material, citing that their music wouldn't receive any radio airplay. Their luck changed when they auditioned in Houston for Mathew Knowles, father of pop-R&B star Beyoncé and manager of Destiny's Child, around Christmas time in 2005.