Awar - Things Of That Nature EP mp3 album
released April 28, 2011. AWAR - Things Of That Nature EP (Sponsored by DJBooth. net) Production by Frank Dukes, Vanderslice, M-Phazes, Deejay Tone Guests: Mic King, Kid A, Vanderslice Videos Directed by Puma, The Program, LLC. Official Video for "My Story" ww. outube. com/watch?v 3fJqDPIhzJc. Official Video for "Soul Caliber" ww. com/watch?v zBMMJCjfDc. Having a penchant for crafting some of the best hip-hop the modern game has to offer, from the hard hitting bangers to soulful heaters, New York artist AWAR has built his catalogue and brand on quality music and a consistent display of razor sharp lyricism. AWAR is able to philosophize his life in ways both purists and modern fans can relate to, never skimping his listeners on quality material.
Upstate, NYC, NY. 33 Tracks. Stream Tracks and Playlists from AWAR on your desktop or mobile device.
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Two EP's in one. This CD contains Awar's "Things Of That Nature" & "Nature Of The Beast".
Things of That Nature (2011). Believe in Me by One Way (1985). Mickey by Bill Conti (1982).
2011- AWAR- "Things Of That Nature" - EP - free mixtape Production by Frank Dukes, Vanderslice, M-Phazes, DeeJayTone Features: Kid A. 2009- AWAR & iCON- "Headphone Classics" EP Format: Dropcard, Digital Production by Vanderslice. 2005- AWAR- "Glory Days" -LP Album. AWAR has also appeared on numerous other releases and singles. Bio. It is a rare breed that can manage to standout in the modern day music industry
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The Nature of the Beast is the ninth studio album by Canadian rock band April Wine, released in 1981. The album was recorded at Le Manoir Studios, in the village of Shipton-on-Cherwell, in Oxfordshire, England following the band's 1980 European tour. This album was April Wine's commercial peak, certified Platinum in the US and reaching on the Billboard 200 album chart.