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Labyrint - Garalaowit (2014)

9-06-2014, 16:00
Music | Hip-Hop

Labyrint - Garalaowit (2014)

Artist: Labyrint
Title Of Album: Garalaowit
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Universal Music AB
Genre: Hip-Hop
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 59:06 min
Total Size: 135 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Intro (03:37)
02. Swerje (04:07)
03. Fortfarande Gsunda (03:51)
04. Jagbaesån (03:33)
05. bublaks år (Skit) (01:34)
06. Bizzlord (04:33)
07. Sagostunden intro (00:28)
08. Sagostunden e slut (04:04)
09. Motattack (03:47)
10. Starta inget (05:01)
11. Chilla lide (04:18)
12. Se upp! (04:33)
13. Officiella kampanjlåten (03:49)
14. Fakkin fin (04:02)
15. Cypher i bunkern (04:14)
16. Prata ut (03:34)

You do not "agree" but try anyway to listen, take on board. For what opinions you have so describes Labyrinth the reality that they share with many others. They are often critical, which is natural in a society that needed to be criticized and where ignorance is the biggest enemy.

Although Garalaowit only Labyrints second album, they have already put a sizeable impact as one of the most significant and controversial groups. Are much the same from the debut album Labababa - mixture of beautiful reggae beats and heavy hip hop is there, the love (or hatkärleken) to Gottsunda is just as strong, and they are still as cannabis-liberal and socially critical as before.

In Swerje describes a country of contradictions, or "land of contrasts" as they call it - a description which in many ways feels apt for today's Sweden. Likewise, calls social criticism in story time session E End, where the signature tune to the television program story time session from late 70s, quite brilliantly lays the foundation. The political backdrop is steady but sometimes thrown listener into more light-hearted songs and then face serious again.

"Who thought Swedish hip hop would be this big?" is a line from Redline Manifesto Cypher In The Bunker and the result of people looking for change. The answer is simply that we need to Swedish hiphop more than ever now.

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