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K-Blao-The Second Fatality

  This album was recorded in the fall and winter of 2011.  It features songs with Heavy Bread, Young Church, Marisol Celestia, and Soye.  This album is a "revolutionized" album, with a "revolutionized" link, meaning that you can buy and sell it for $25.  Revolutionized links give people the ability to invest into MLM companies like Empower Network and receive 100% commissions on the products that they sell.  By you choosing investing $25 into this album, it will give you the ability to join the HOODX corporate team and get your links to share them to get paid.  HOODX is revolutionizing the way that artists get paid in the music business!

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1.  Bangers ft. Young Church
Young Church picked this beat.  He told me that he wanted to do a song called "Bangers."  He had about half of the hook done, and we changed it around a little bit.  We actually had recorded three different versions of this hook before we went with this one.  I wrote the first couple of bars, but didn't like how they sounded, so I completely freestyled the entire first verse.  The first two bars of the second verse are written.  The rest was off the dome.  Young Church wanted to put a hypnotic rhythm with his voice for the second verse...because he didn't want to sing an entire verse on  beat like this, but we still wanted his presence felt on the song other than the hook.  This entire song was his idea.

2.  What Do You Want From Me ft Marisol Celestia
This song was already recorded by the time Marisol recorded her hook.  I wrote this song one day when I was just in a bad mood.  I was thinking about how much I sacrifice in this business for all my friends and family.  At the time it just seemed like I was giving everybody what they wanted, but I was still doing everything by myself.  Marisol had never recorded a hip hop record before, so it was kind of experimental for her.  Overall, I was happy with the way it came out.

3.  By the Way
This song was the song where I "take off the mask."  My flow is revolutionary in nature.  However, I know that nixxas fear revolution, so I don't talk about it much.  But this is the song where I just say fuck it and throw on the scully.  This is one of my favorite songs that I have ever recorded, and it's also featured on the Vitality LP.

4.  Human Nature ft. Young Church
When I first heard this beat, I realized that it was unorthodox.  It kind of reminded me of those smooth Pac beats from back in '96 when he was spitting some thugged out shit that still sounded smooth.  I wanted to capture the essence of chemistry between two people.  Church was able to come in and kill it on the same topic, but he took it to a whole nother level.  There were actually two other rappers on this song, but I took them off because Church killed it.

5.  Running Game All Over the Street ft Heavy Bread
I don't even remember recording this song...that's how high we were when we did this song.  Bread wrote the hook.  We hadn't recorded together in a while, so I dusted off the mic and we did the damn thing.  This song is crazy!

6.   She Don't Know
This song is about the underworld, and how women have no idea how it works.  I didn't write this song.  I completely freestyled all the verses. 

7.  I Apologize
Some people get shocked when they hear my records.  I don't know why, because they know I'm not stupid, but I guess they really don't realize that until they hear my records.  A lot of people try to tell me how to live my life and how I should get my money.  This song is dedicated to those people.

8.  Ain't A Thing ft Soye
This song...I'm talking to the Samson Avatar.  Lot's of times, when I try to do business with nixxas, their woman will step in and disrupt the cypher.  This business breaks up relationships if they don't have all their securities in check.  It's hard to believe that 2011 was already two years ago!

9.  Medusa ft Infamis and Trey Day
When I first heard this beat, I listened to it for a week straight before I said one word on it.  I knew that I was going to say something unorthodox and had never been said before on a record.  I wanted to completely go against the grain and revolutionize the way we are were looking at our lives.  I laid my verse down for the second verse and approached Infamis to record the first verse.  He had it done in twenty minutes.  I approached Trey, and it took him about two weeks to record his verse.  When it was done, I couldn't have been more satisfied.  This song is also featured on Vitality LP.

10.  One Thing I Know
This was the first song that got recorded for this album.  It was very experimental.  I had wrote this song about a month before I found the beat and recorded it.  This song was dedicated to the fall.  It was recorded right when it started getting cold outside and the leaves started turning brown.  I knew that it was time to start hustling, and nixxas be looking at you like you crazy when you're out there like that.  This song was the motivation to move past that negative thinking.

11.  The Second Fatality
Now this song...was the second song that I recorded for this album.  At the time, I was trying to stop rapping like this...I was trying to do Babality.  But all the new songs that I had recorded sounded corny.  I was trying to switch my style, but it wasn't working.  That's when I decided to abandon that fuck boy shit and get back to my regular style.  I wasn't going to do a Second Fatality.  But I had no choice.  I didn't write either one of these verses.  The beat comes from Onyx ft Method Man-These Evil Streets.  When I spit this verse in cyphers, it closes out the cypher every time.  Nobody even wants to spit anymore when I spit this verse.  It's tragic.  This song is featured on Vitality LP.

12.  Bite the Curb
This was the third song that I recorded for this LP.  As you can tell, I had a lot that I had to get off my chest.  You have to understand, I almost stopped rapping like this.  Plus at the time, I had just got done watching American HIstory X that day.  There is a scene in that movie where the main character makes a nixxa bite the curb and he kicked him in the back of the head.  It was one of the most ruthless fatalities I have ever seen in a movie.  I wanted to capture that type of fatality on a record.

13.  The Pain You've Been Looking For
It took me two days to write this song.  I cannot deny that Jadakiss and 2Pac inspired this song.  They were the masters of songs like this.  After I wrote it, I found this beat the next day.  I spit it for two days straight before I called Young Church to lay down his vocals.  I let him do whatever he wanted to do.  He told me that he had a song that he was working on that sounded similar to what I was working on, called "Nixxas in Life."  So he combined it with this song.  This song is actually two songs combined into one.  It came out a masterpiece.

14.  Young Church-Myself
Church was at the studio one day after getting in an argument with is girlfriend at the time.  I don't remember where I went, but when I came back, this song was playing.  He told me that he was reading this book that I had given him that explained people's behaviors by their birthdays.  He looked up his birthday, and took notes about the advice that he found and wrote this song.  When I heard it, I was floored.  I had to put it on the album, even though I'm not on it.  He didn't mind. 

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