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Why you let Hip Hop get shot?  

"Why you let Hip Hop get shot?" was written and performed by Muhammad with music by NY Bangerz. 

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"After Dope Before Crack" was written and performed by Muhammad with music by NY Bangerz. It's a breakdown of the treacherous paths of street life which is often confused with what is known as cold chillin'. The streets from New York City to Capetown can relate!

I remember playing this while in a car dealership and the car salesmen couldn't even put his words together to express how he felt about this song, it was as if he was speaking in tongs. Then another car saleswoman knocked on the car window and asked "Is that you?" with a cool-aid smile of encouragement on her face.  

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The Rebirth

"The Rebirth" was written and performed by Muhammad, with  background vocals by Akilah Nehanda and music by Robert Muhammad.  Brace yourself as this may be a truly unforgettable sci-fi experience.  Download it for free for a limited time only!

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Fard Abdul Saleem Muhammad, was born Philip Mercier in Brooklyn NY, 1970.  His path of life further streamed through the tough streets of Far Rockaway Queens, the upper west side of Manhattan, Harlem, and the Bronx.   He's was of the top original human beat-boxes of New York City, who orchestrated and won the 1st ever human beat box battle in the early mid 80's which took place on 96th Street, Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. He also co-originated, and co-choreographed the 1st ever official Break Dance class in the Board of Education at Joan of Arc Junior High on the upper west-side Manhattan.  Back then he was known as "BeBox Phil, or Sensonic (Senson for short)". He later signed a recording contract under the historic Hip Hop label Enjoy Records and released his 1st single " Kik It In Your Crib" as a member of Project Demolition aka DJMC's in 1988. All the while he rose as an underground rapper/emcee and created the name Senistar for himself, but  later in time he became Fard Abdul Saleem Muhammad. 

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