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|1.||"Dangerous Women" (1:12)|
|2.||"Why White Folks Can't Call Me Nigga" (5:02)|
|4.||"The Collection" (3:17)|
|1.||"Corny Ass Poem" (2:12)|
|3.||"Peackocks & Other Savage Beasts" (3:26)|
|5.||"I Dream So Loud" (feat Daniel B Summerhill) (4:53)|
You won't hear many albums as direct, hard hitting and confrontational as this: musing on the black experience, culture, identity, love and trauma, it is a spoken word and poetic masterclass from California born Tenesha The Wordsmith with production from Khalab. Jazz, electronic dance, afro rhythms, hip hop and broken beat all make up the grooves and beautifully frame the album's thundering truths and uncomfortable realities. At times intimate and personal, at others chest beating and empowering, it is an album that makes a lasting impact. "I hope your compassion for others grows," says Tenesha of listening to it, and surely it will.
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