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CHICAGO RAPPERS REMAKE ‘SELF DESTRUCTION’ December 23, 2008

 

Nearly two decades after KRS-One assembled several of the hottest rap acts to  record the anti-violence anthem “Self-Destruction,” the song has been updated by Chicago-area artists in an attempt to keep the message going.

 

       The new version, released Dec 19, also features KRS-One, along with Syleena Johnson, Twista, Crucial Conflict, Phil G, Kenny Bogus, Straw and Pugs.      

       “Self Destruction 2009” is the brainchild of CoalMine Music executive Joanne Coalman, once an active member of the Chicago division of KRS-One’s Stop The Violence movement, according to Allhiphop.com.    

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2 Responses to “CHICAGO RAPPERS REMAKE ‘SELF DESTRUCTION’”

  1. hurryupnbuy Says:

    i like the concept, why they’re doing it.
    hope they dont ruin the song tho.


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  2. m1c7 Says:

    The song is great! This song is greatly needed for Chicago right now because the senseless violence has to stop! Thank you. Im happy that my favorite artist is featured on the song…Syleena Johnson! I just got her new album Chapter 4: Labor Pains from itunes and its off the chain! Support R&B’s Best Kept Secret and cop that album!


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