Saul Williams - Saul Williams FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP / Rock
Title: Saul Williams
Style: Trip Hop, Art Rock, Post Rock, Conscious
FLAC version ZIP size: 1112 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1404 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1446 mb
Other Formats: RA AUD APE ADX AA AC3 VOX
Saul Stacey Williams (born February 29, 1972) is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, musician, slam poet, writer, and actor. He is known for his blend of poetry and alternative hip hop and for his lead roles in the 1998 independent film Slam and the 2013 jukebox musical Holler If Ya Hear Me, featuring Tupac Shakur's music. Williams was born in Newburgh, New York, and is the youngest of three children in his family. He attended Newburgh Free Academy, where he wrote his song "Black Stacey"
Saul Williams: The poet, musician and activist on the power of poetry, on stage and off. Listen to interview. Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Continues to Break New Ground. Premiere: Kiss & Describe It by Andrew Gura. MISTY COPELAND with SAUL WILLIAMS UNLIKE ANY. SAUL WILLIAMS’ TINY DESK CONCERT In terms of sheer intensity, Saul Williams’ Tiny Desk concert may be the most potent in our eight-year history. Explore Saul’s handwritten lyrics for Martyr Loser King Download HERE (39 page pdf).
Listen to music from Saul Williams like List of Demands (Reparations), WTF! & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Saul Williams. Born in Newburgh, New York, United States, 1972, Saul Williams is considered a powerful voice of the hip-hop generation as a poet, actor, rapper, singer and musician. Best known for his blend of spoken word poetry and hip-hop, and for his leading role in the independent film Slam, he received notable recognition while supporting Nine Inch Nails for parts of their 2005-2006 tour.
Saul Williams (album). Studio album by Saul Williams. September 21, 2004 (2004-09-21). Saul Williams is the second studio album by Saul Williams, released in 2004 Contents.
The album opens with poetry laid over a fairly sparse piano riff, then moves into a swooping, thumping bit of electronica where Williams nearly takes on a Prodigy-type sound with his vocal swagger. Where the opening track laid poetry over a sparse track, Williams' stinging telegram to hip-hop is poetry laid over a dense, dense sound à la Public Enemy's Bomb Squad.
Unfortunately, anything shouted through a bullhorn becomes distorted, and in a fast-moving vehicle, one's words must be kept simple and easy to digest. The music here moves away from Rock Star's adventurousness, to attempt a hybridization of his honed social/metaphysical perspective with a more populist sound
|Talk To Strangers||2:39|
|Act III Scene 2 (Shakespeare)||4:19|
|List Of Demands (Reparations)||3:18|
|African Student Movement||4:01|
|Surrender (A Second To Think)||4:18|
|Notice Of Eviction||4:18|
|0904-2||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album)||Fader Label||0904-2||US||2004|
|none||Saul Williams||Saul Williams [Fader Label] (album & instr.) (2xCDr, HDCD, Album, Promo)||EMI Music Publishing||none||US||2004|
|V2CP 222||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album)||V2||V2CP 222||Japan||2004|
|VVR1032822||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album)||V2||VVR1032822||Europe||2004|
|VVR1032828||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album)||Shock||VVR1032828||Australia||2004|
|none||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album, Promo)||Fader Label||none||US||2004|
|WEBB073CDP||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album, Promo)||Wichita||WEBB073CDP||Europe||2004|
|WEBB073CD||Saul Williams||Saul Williams (CD, Album, RE)||Wichita||WEBB073CD||Europe||Unknown|