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*Includes 18 tracks (Including 3 Skits)
– Includes your favorites like, I’LL WEEP ft. Casablanca, Trapped in a Maze and FLY AWAY ft. Natasha.
- -Trailer for The Re-Introduction (Both MOV. and Mobile format… So you can put it in your ipod touch, iphones and other mobile devices that carry a video player)
- -Both Album Arts… Customize your own itunes playlist with whichever artwork you prefer.
- -1 Bonus track
3)Is It My Fault
4)I’ll Weep ft. Casablanca
5)The Other Side (Skit)
7)Trapped in a Maze
8)This is the Last
9)Fly Away Ft. Natasha
10)Caught in the Devil
11)I’m Stuck (Skit)
13)The Influence (Skit)
15)Be Who You Are
16)Tell Me How it Is Ft. Casablanca
17)Flee out of Fright
About the Mixtape
This mixtape was created with the intention of Re-Introducing Amir Latiff as a new artist. An artist that speaks about the truth through his own personal experiences in life. An artist that shares his ideas through the art of music. An artist that stands by his conviction of being true to his words in his music.
The whole design of mixtape was for Amir to break out of his initial persona in hiphop, dropping off his previous stage name of Emcee Law.
Each track is written from the eyes and heart of Amir as he describes what exactly he went through in his present life and mixed it with clever metaphors in his poetry. His passion for his lyrics is clear through the conviction of his voice.
Mixtape Review By Nadia Ibrahim
Bold, honest and intense. The first track, ‘Welcome’, tries to prepare you for all these (I don’t believe in rapping with lies/i dont believe in rapping about shit you’ve not seen with your own eyes) but you only really feel the level of intensity and emotion when you begin listening to the tracks yourself. Like most of the The Re-Introduction, ‘Trapped in a Maze’ exposes in raw form the basic human emotions of hurt, betrayal, anger, frustration and desire. (I want to be rich and buy mom nice perfumes/I want to be carefree like bugs bunny in the loony toons) You get more than just a glimpse of Amir’s life in this mixtape, as he intended, uncensored. The skits were a nice complement to the tracks, providing mental images for the listener.
‘I’ll Weep”s haunting tune gave greater impact to his poignant story of betrayal and hurt (All my wounds and scars that you’ve mend/Shit it started splitting when I thought about all the shit you put me through) while ‘Outtro’ was uncaringly vulnerable yet mature. (but what’s hate on the day we lay in our casket/get rid of the damn weight and learn to get past it) The chorus of most tracks stay in your head long after you hear it, especially ‘Fly Away’, (accompanied by Natasha Latiff) which has an almost fairy-like, whimsical sound to it. There are a number of themes running through this album but the passion and force behind the sound is unmistakable, even with a topic one might not relate to. Amir’s style (the urgency in his tone, the selected emphasis on words and the run-on lines) makes the songs believable and the clever play on words does not go unnoticed. The Re-Introduction Mixtape may be too intense for some, but the conscious effort to be real makes you appreciate his honesty and admire his guts.
– Nadia Ibrahim
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