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The New Danger


Download links and information about The New Danger by Mos Def. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:14:48 minutes.

Artist: Mos Def
Release date: 2004
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:14:48
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No. Title Length
1. The Boogie Man Song 2:23
2. Freaky Black Greetings 2:20
3. Ghetto Rock 3:53
4. Zimzallabim 3:41
5. The Rape Over 1:34
6. Blue Black Jack 5:45
7. Bedstuy Parade & Funeral March 4:32
8. Sex, Love & Money 4:09
9. Sunshine 4:25
10. Close Edge 3:10
11. The Panties 4:11
12. War 3:07
13. Grown Man Business 3:24
14. Modern Marvel 9:19
15. Life Is Real 3:11
16. The Easy Spell 5:32
17. The Beggar 5:19
18. Champion Requiem 4:53



When it takes you five years to follow up a debut of near-landmark stature, you're setting yourself up for failure. Mos Def's second solo album is not disastrous, but it's a sprawling, overambitious mess. A handful of songs from this 75-minute affair feature Black Jack Johnson, the rock band Mos set up with some very respected musicians: bassist Doug Wimbish (Sugar Hill house band, Living Colour), drummer Will Calhoun (Living Colour), guitarist Dr. Know (Bad Brains), and keyboardist Bernie Worrell (Parliament/Funkadelic). Unsurprisingly, the hottest moments tend to come when Mos sticks to what he does best. One slight exception to this is "Modern Marvel," a nine-minute suite smeared with a series of Marvin Gaye samples. Mos sings in whispers (he makes Pharrell sound like Luther, but he has the required spirit), momentum floats in as easy as a light breeze, and then the MC shifts into goose pimple-raising mode. Throughout the whole thing, his conviction is apparent. [A clean version of the album was released, with all cursing removed.]