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Editors’ Notes

There was a time not so long ago when revolution-minded rap music actually sold, thanks to artists like Public Enemy, Poor Righteous Teachers, KRS-One, The Coup, X-Clan, and dead prez. Somewhere along the way, things got progressively watered down, to the point where most emcees chose the easy way to airplay: rhyming about phony cartels, fancy cars, and designer clothes. Luckily, Immortal Technique never got the memo and keeps cranking out thought-provoking, instigation hip-hop, taking aim at corrupt governments, institutional racism, and general ignorance in all its forms. Revolutionary Vol. 2 was originally released in 2003 and is arguably his best work to date. It kicks off with an intro from Mumia Abu-Jamal before launching into 17 tracks that perfectly balance intelligence with hard-hitting beats while addressing the drug war ("Peruvian Cocaine"), September 11th ("Homeland and Hip Hop"), music-industry shadiness ("The Message & the Money"), and the confluence of religion and war ("The 4th Branch"). 

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Well I was searching for Justin beibers hit singles in iTunes and got lost in the process by sampling one song here and there until I somehow ran into this immortal technique felow. well let me tell you It mind fu*ked me !! My virgin ears have never heard such powerful words being said with such a Grimy beat to it! It was to much for my brain to handle I got a nervous breakdown. I tossed out all my Britney spears, Justin beebs, new kids from the block out the window ! This man is the bees knees I tell ya ! A must have in your music collection

Real hip hop

Don't preview just buy you won't be disappointed

Hell ya finally

This is the best album ever!


Born: February 19, 1978 in Lima, Peru

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born Felipe Coronel in a military hospital in Lima, Peru, in 1978, Immortal Technique moved to Harlem with his parents when he was two years old. At age nine he started rapping, though he didn't start to take it more seriously until he was in high school. Despite the fact he was in and out of trouble throughout his teenage years, Tech was accepted at Penn State University, but before he could get through much of college, he was arrested and eventually ended up spending a year in prison. It was there...
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Revolutionary, Vol. 2, Immortal Technique
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 05, 2004
  • Parental Advisory

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