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The Undisputed Truth [Bonus DVD] [Parental Advisory]

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Album: The Undisputed Truth [Bonus DVD]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Whatcha Got
2)    Lookin' at Me Sideways
3)    Truth Is
4)    Puzzle, The
5)    Pedigree
6)    Daylight
7)    Freedom Ain't Free
8)    Letter from the Government
9)    Here
10)    Listen Up
11)    Take Me Home
12)    Uncle Sam Goddamn
13)    Walking Away
14)    Faheem
15)    Ear to Ear
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Brother Ali (rap vocals); Mankwe Ndosi (vocals); Eric Anderson (keyboards); Joe Mabbott (percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Joe Mabbott.
  • Photographer: Jonathan Mannion.
  • Hands down the hottest albino rapper out there, Brother Ali is part of the Minnesota-based Rhymesayers crew that includes Atmosphere and Eyedea & Abilities. On his second full-length release, THE UNDISPUTED TRUTH, Ali hits with a slew of socially conscious lyrics, ranging from outwardly aggressive and politically charged to angst-ridden and introspectively emotional. His flow is hungry yet always in command over 15 butter, street-level beats courtesy of ANT. Ali lays out the complex details of his racial identity on "Daylight," decries the military's role in the lives of low-income Americans on "Letter From the Government," and speaks from the heart to his young son on "Faheem."
Professional Reviews
Spin (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Producer Ant perfectly underscores Ali's gruff cadence...with a melodic lope that scrunches soul vocals underneath loops of bluesy guitar."

Alternative Press (p.194) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Ali has evidently paid attention to old school tourmates like Rakim; even when he's just paraphrasing Public Enemy, his rhymes carry genuine heft."

The Wire (p.45) - "Minneapolis MC Brother Ali is a fierce battle rapper and a deep soul....Rhymesayers' in-house beatmaker Anthony Davis handles all THE UNDISPUTED TRUTH's fantastic production, smartly pairing reggae to personal freedom anthems..."

CMJ (p.38) - "[He] resurrects hip-hop that rocks just as it rivets, that testifies just as it philosophizes."
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