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Words Beats & Life presents: The Bootleg Mixtape
October 8, 2009, 1:57 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Music

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1. (0:01) Bootleggin Intro
2. (0:28) You’re Just A Customer pt. 1
3. (1:27) J $crilla ft. Laelo Hood/XO/Carty Yeah/Kingen Slim/K Beta- Guns-N-Butter Remix
4. (7:18) Ace Hustle- You Know Now (Prod. By Khrysis)
5. (11:11) Cool Cee Brown- Fly Nigga
6. (14:12) Deams ft. De La Soul- Boom Bap
7. (18:21) You’re Just A Customer pt. 2
8. (19:07) Muggsy Malone- Survivor
9. (24:32) Senor Kaos- Automatic Classic
10. (30:00) Crew 54- The Rawness
11. (31:57) Flux- Binkis Crew Freestyle (Prod. By Madlib)
12. (33:14) Kil Ripkin- Watch It Homie! (Prod. By Mr. Mikal Evans)
13. (35:17) God’s Illa ft. Joe D- Glaciers
14. (38:43) Truck North- 3 Minutes
15. (40:50) Dopplegangaz- 2012 or Forever
16. (43:30) Jay Are (J Rawlz & John Robinson)- Know You
17. (46:33) Kev Brown ft. YU- Marvelous
18. (50:36) You’re Just A Customer pt. 3
19. (51:27) Fashawn- Life As A Shorty (Prod. By Exile)
20. (55:00) Kam Moye- Step By Step
21. (58:23) Tab One (of Kooley High)- The Revival
22. (1:01:20) Raheem Devaughn- Ms. High Heels (Prod. By Kyle of Panacea)
23. (1:05:51) You’re Just A Customer pt. 4
24. (1:06:18) Phat Kat ft. Data Rock- Data Kat
25. (1:08:38) Bootleggin Outro

Words Beats and Life was founded as a hip-hop conference at the University of Maryland, College Park in the fall of 2000. The brainchild of Mazi Mutafa, Executive Director, WBL was developed and researched at the University of Maryland with two fellow students who wanted to continue the hip-hop conference after graduation. When the Black Student Union decided they could manage the conference without the help of alumni, Words Beats and Life was faced with the option of dissolving or moving in a new direction. More than anything, the founders wanted Words Beats and Life to be a vehicle to transform individual lives and communities through hip-hop. In 2003, WBL was officially incorporated as a nonprofit organization with 501c3 status in the District of Columbia and began developing its first program, The Urban Arts Academy.

The DC Urban Arts Academy, a multi-medium hip-hop arts Academy was the first initiative. Next came Words Beats Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop. Following that the University Project came about, taking WBL back to where it began–transforming university classrooms and campuses through hip-hop culture via interactive workshops, exhibitions and gallery installations.

Moving forward, WBL has a number of emerging initiatives such as The Cipher: A Hip-Hop Business Incubator, that we believe will become regional and national models over the next few years. We do hope that this new web site is a helpful tool for you to learn more about Words Beats and Life and how we might be a resource to you, your business, your family, your classroom, your community or your campus.

The Bootleg Mixtape [download]

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