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9 thoughts on “ The Question (Outro) - Sweatshop Union - Natural Progression (CD, Album)

  1. Artist: Sweatshop Union. Album: Natural Progression. Genre: Hip Hop/Rap. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. This is a time of growth for those that know, And it's a time of hope for those that don't, But if your mind is open you'll get shown.
  2. What it is, for me, is a wake-up call about Sweatshop Union. This album is great. Usually, when you see 23 tracks (which, of course, only happens in the world of hip-hop), you just figure you can throw at least 13 of those in the garbage. Not on this album. A lot of meat and not too many potatoes. This is one of my favorite hip-hop albums of /5(7).
  3. Aug 11,  · Song Us; Artist Sweatshop Union; Album Natural Progression; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, TuneCore (on behalf of Sweatshop Union Music); LatinAutor, Reservoir Media (Publishing), UMPG Publishing, Sony ATV Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., SOLAR Music Rights Management, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, TuneCore Publishing, .
  4. Aleesa April 6, Hey! I was listening to Pandora today and one of your songs came on and it stopped me in my tracks. It was a great music but more than that it had an awesome message.
  5. Sep 03,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sweatshop Union - Sweatshop Union on AllMusic - - This ensemble cast of Canadian rappers and.
  6. Closing out "Natural Progression" are the Whitey Ford-tinged "The Thing About It," once again explaining Sweatshop's action-speaks-louder-than-words philosophy, and "The Question," a final political statement presented over an instrumental that sums up the subtleness of Sweatshop Union with a delicate track combinging rhythm and melody in a congenial way.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Natural Progression - Sweatshop Union on AllMusic - - This hip-hop and rap collective from Vancouver is 5/
  8. If we spend so much of our youth fighting for our rights, we don’t get a chance to party until we’re older. Canadian hip-hop heavyweights Sweatshop Union, one of the hardest working ensembles to ever emerge from British Columbia, have been making righteous, politically charged music for over a decade but on their newest album Infinite (summer ), they’re ready to really enjoy themselves.

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