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Dj Signify - Teach The Children Vol.1



Dj Signify - Teach The Children Vol.1
Dj Signify - Teach The Children Vol.1
(Mix CD) Grandgood Records, 2003

CD Tracklisting:
01. Kool G Rap & D.J. Polo - Letters
02. Eric B. & Rakim - Teach The Children
03. UMC's - Never Never Land
04. Freestyle Fellowship - Way Cool
05. Original Flava - Can I Get Open?, Rap by Jay-Z
06. The Jaz - Hypocritters
07. Zhigge - Rakin' In The Dough
08. Grand Puba - Mind Your Business
09. Ultramagnetic MC's - Checkin' My Style
10. Royal Fam - Summin Gotz To Give
11. Ghostface Killah - Mighty Healthy
12. Future Sound - Lady / What's A Bro To Do?
13. Artifacts - Whayback
14. 3rd Bass - Ace In The Hole, Rap by KMD
15. Freestyle Fellowship - Heat Mizer
16. Saafir - Can You Feel Me?
17. K-Solo - Rock Bottom
18. Jemini The Gifted One - 50 Emcees In A Cypher
19. Big L - Let Em Have It "L"
20. YZ - Crocodile Dundee
21. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Eye Examination

CD Artwork:

Djouls

Djouls

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