Shane Eli – When We Were Kings

Posted on March 2, 2011 by


Shane Eli‘s latest effort. “When We Were Kings finds the L.A. rapper/producer drawing on the tradition of luminaries from Pac and Hova toMuhammad Ali and Geoffrey Canada. Delivered over a self-produced, chopped-sample instrumental, Eli lyrically launches a bitter (but constructive) attack against the status quo: “Free market business got the most packed prisons, torn down systems two teachers to a district, and the kids can’t read ‘cause their textbooks are missing.


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