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M1 of dead prez and Nas have often collaborated in the past and are back together for this new record, “Genocide Highway.”

They’ve also given some of the biggest controversy in the past calendar year, stemming back to the Jay Electronica/ ghostwriting controversy. Their newest collaboration,  is produced by Beatknick and K-Salaam and it comes as an honor to civil rights activist, Denmark Vesey, who was freed on November 9th, 1799.

Rappers don’t often use their skills to tell stories about those forgotten or never mentioned so this single is a good way to get that pattern started.

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