Brain Damage - Gimmie That Thang / Africa From The Zulu Nation FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Gimmie That Thang / Africa From The Zulu Nation
Style: Bass Music
FLAC version ZIP size: 1642 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1107 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1979 mb
Other Formats: RA XM DMF MP1 MP2 WMA VOC
Gimmie That Thang, Africa From The Zulu Nation. Caution! All audio materials of Brain Damage (4) are presented solely for information.
The Zulu nation I’m talking about will not exist if we don’t have food. That’s why I say farmers must come closer so that we discuss what we can do when we talk about agriculture and the availability of enough food in the land. That’s why I’m asking AfriForum of the Boers to come and help us, Zwelithini said, as quoted by eNews Channel Africa. Because when government started talking about the appropriation of land, expropriation without compensation, Boers downed tools. There is no food in South Africa, he added.
The Zulu (/zuːluː/; Zulu: amaZulu) are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with an estimated 10–12 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. Small numbers also live in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique. The Zulu were originally a major clan in what is today Northern KwaZulu-Natal, founded ca. 1709 by Zulu kaMalandela.
The Universal Zulu Nation is an international hip hop awareness group formed and formerly headed by hip hop artist. During the 1970s, and 1980s, Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation members would often clothe themselves in costumes representing different cultures of the world and different factions of the Nation throughout the world may utilize different cultural symbols and themes to express basic Zulu philosophy. lt;/p
Zulu Leaders, didn't mention Bambaataa by name, but said, "As part of this restructure ALL accused parties and those accused of covering up the current allegations of child molestation have been removed and have stepped down from their current positions. Especially when our good work spreading the Zulu message has empowered communities worldwide. We would like to offer our sincere apologies for this. Read the full statement here.
Zulu Nation . D 1781 - Present Day. The Zulu were descended from the Nguni, a group that established itself in southern Africa in the seventeenth century. Once in southern Africa, they formed into several clans of which the Zulu were a single example. They were originally a relatively unimportant tribe, but after Shaka was sponsored as the new Zulu king in 1816, he revolutionised Zulu warfare.
The Indigenous Zulus of Zulu Nation. courtesy of Killer Mike Video. The first time we had Bam in the studio, says Steve Raskin of the Fort Knox Five, he told us the album was gonna be called Dark Matter, and he was looking for something we had that fit his concept. We had laid out a very dark electro tune; we really wanted to pay homage to ‘Planet Rock,’ but also to do it in a more modern sense by taking it away from the traditional electro formula and going more to the idea of what ‘Planet Rock’ was really about.
Phone conversations obtained by THUMP have Zulu members threatening Ronald Savage who accused Afrika Bambaataa of molesting hi. Zulu Nation Members Recorded Making Veiled Threats To Afrika Bambaataa's Accuser. August 1, 2016 7:00 PM. by Ural Garrett. 5. The Zulu Nation apologized in June for Afrika Bambaataa’s alleged molestation of Ronald Savage and several others. Today (Aug. 1), Vice affiliate THUMP says it has obtained recordings of Zulu Nation members threatening the first of Bambaataa’s accusors, Ronald Savage, who was 15 at the time of the alleged molestation in 1980.
|A||Gimmie That Thang||3:50|
|B||Africa From The Zulu Nation||4:00|
- Distributed By – Hot Productions, Inc.
- Marketed By – Hot Productions, Inc.
- Mixed By – B. Greenspan*
- Producer – Danny D
- Recorded By – M. Marro*
- Written-By – D. Spohn*, M. Jeter*
Notes• From LP, CAS & CD 3334 •
℗ 1991 Hot Records
|HAL 12210||Brain Damage||Gimmie That Thang / Africa From The Zulu Nation (12", Sil)||Hot Records||HAL 12210||US||1991|