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Blakroc

Blakroc

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BlakRoc is the self-titled debut record from the project created by singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney, members of blues-rock combo the Black Keys. Together with producer Damon Dash, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, they created a rap-rock hybrid project with input from a number of top MCs in the game, such as RZA, Mos Def, Raekwon, and many others. The debut album reached number seven on the U.S. Billboard Rap charts.
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1
On the Vista Explicit
00:02:40

Mos Def, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

2
Hard Times Explicit
00:02:37

Blakroc, MainArtist - Noe, FeaturedArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

3
Dollaz & Sense Explicit
00:03:44

The RZA, FeaturedArtist - Pharoahe Monch, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

4
Why Can't I Forget Him Explicit
00:04:18

Nicole Wray, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

5
Stay Off the F*%$#n' Flowers Explicit
00:02:34

Raekwon, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

6
Ain't Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo) Explicit
00:03:19

Mos Def, FeaturedArtist - Jim Jones, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

7
Hope You're Happy Explicit
00:02:11

Nicole Wray, FeaturedArtist - Q-Tip, FeaturedArtist - Billy Danze, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

8
Tellin' Me Things Explicit
00:02:41

The RZA, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

9
What You Do to Me Explicit
00:05:08

Nicole Wray, FeaturedArtist - Jim Jones, FeaturedArtist - Billy Danze, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

10
Done Did It Explicit
00:04:39

Nicole Wray, FeaturedArtist - Blakroc, MainArtist - Noe, FeaturedArtist

2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music 2009 BlakRoc, under exclusive license to v2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music

Album Description

BlakRoc is the self-titled debut record from the project created by singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney, members of blues-rock combo the Black Keys. Together with producer Damon Dash, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, they created a rap-rock hybrid project with input from a number of top MCs in the game, such as RZA, Mos Def, Raekwon, and many others. The debut album reached number seven on the U.S. Billboard Rap charts.
© Sergey Mesenov /TiVo

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