|2||–Rhythm Plate Feat. Astral T||Inside Me
Featuring – Astral TProducer, Written-By – Ant Plate, Matt Rhythm
|3||–Vernon & DaCosta Feat. Apple Rochez||As Darkness Falls (Giom Mix)
Featuring – Apple RochezRemix – Giom
|4||–Atnarko||Don't Ya Know (Fiasco Remix)
Producer, Written-By – AtnarkoRemix, Producer [Additional] – Johnny FiascoVocals – Angel Red, Marc Deon
|5||–Leon Louder||Do It Again
Producer, Written-By – Leon Louder
|6||–The Sound Republic||Funkyard Junk
Producer, Written-By – Frankie J*, John Mork
|7||–Inland Knights||Bust This||4:16|
|8||–Jason Merle||Sound Bomber
Producer, Written-By – Jason Williams
|9||–Manuel Tur||In The Ghetto (Mario Fabriani Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Manuel TurRemix – Mario FabrianiRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – Joey Youngman
|10||–Eddie Leader||The Pit
Producer, Written-By – Eddie Leader
|11||–Marko Militano||Think Of A Place (F Thing Rmx)
Executive Producer – Fred Blais, Mike FrescoProducer, Written-By – Marko MilitanoRemix, Producer [Additional] – Fred Everything
Producer, Written-By – Juan Lopez*
Producer, Written-By – Eddie "Spettro"*
|14||–Luckystars||Swimming Under The Ice
Producer, Written-By – Belov Egor Igorevich*, Konstantin Lyubimov, Saidashov Maxim Valentinovich*
|15||–Ian Pooley||What's Your Number (Jazzanova Renumber)
Remix – Jazzanova
Unlike most of his colleagues, Johnny Fiasco's musical background lies in rock & roll. Before turning his energies to house productions and DJing, Chicago native Johnny Fiasco (whose real last name was Lopez) started his musical escapade playing the guitar. Where most house producers draw their influence from disco and funk greats, Fiasco turns to the Police, Talking Heads, Rush, and Herbie Hancock. Unfortunately, the man who asked Fiasco to do the album, Andy Adams (head of Afterhours), died shortly after the request, and the album was quickly turned into a tribute album to the label runner. Get up off Your Ass. FEATURED.
Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 is, as the title implies, a greatest hits compilation by country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1971 (see 1971 in music). It combines older songs from Cash's years with Sun Records ("Hey Porter" and "Folsom Prison Blues", among others) with more recent hits, such as "A Boy Named Sue" from Cash's At San Quentin album and the Kris "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down". Big River", one of the songs from the Sun years, was released as a single
As that album was in limbo, Fiasco began working on his confusingly titled fourth album, a 69-minute "part one" of a sequel to his 2006 debut. It's most certainly not a Lasers sequel. There's no obvious attempt to repeat earlier pop chart successes, and its introduction is indicative, similar to that of 2007's elaborately conceptual The Cool, with Fiasco's sister Ayesha Jaco contributing some more of her commanding poetry.
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Lupe revealed that the cover was inspired by Johnny Cash’s 1971 protest song Man in Black. The reason he wore black, he wore it for the prisoner who has long paid for his crime. He’s there ’cause he’s a victim of the time, he explained. The blank artwork is intended to stand out and make a statement. It’s the easiest album to find, said Lupe. I wanted to have something to cherish, like this is kinda history right here.
The fourth studio album by Chicago rapper Lupe Fiasco, released through Atlantic Records on September 25th, 2012. The project was executive produced by Lupe himself along with Free Chilly. Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1 Q&A.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). A common criticism that this album and it's predecessor receive is that it is a rehashing of "classic rock" using a Marvel Studios film to market it. While on the surface this may be true it is far more important to note that when you view the films the music enhances it and vice versa. I bought this digital album prior to the release of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2". There were several songs that I enjoyed thoroughly.