Soldier 2 Soldier

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Soldier 2 Soldier
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Studio album by stic.man and Young Noble
Released October 3, 2006
Recorded 2006
Genre Rap
Label Real Talk Entertainment
Producer Derrick "Sac" Johnson (exec.),
Big Hollis, Brotha Ben, Maximillion, Vince V.
stic.man chronology
Soldier 2 Soldier
(2006) Soldier 2 Soldier2006
Manhood
(2007) Manhood2007
Young Noble chronology
Against All Oddz
(2006) Against All Oddz2006
Soldier 2 Soldier
(2006) Soldier 2 Soldier2006
Thug in Thug Out
(2007) Thug in Thug Out2007
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Soldier 2 Soldier is a collaborative studio album by rappers stic.man and Young Noble. It was released on October 3, 2006.

stic.man American rapper

Khnum Muata Ibomu, better known by his stage name stic.man, is an American rapper, activist and author known for his work as one half of the political hip-hop duo Dead Prez with M-1.

Young Noble American rapper

Rufus Cooper III, also known by his stage name Young Noble, is an American rapper who is best known for being part of Tupac Shakur's rap group Outlawz. Noble joined the Outlawz in early 1996, and was also the last member to be added to the group by Tupac himself, before the late rapper's death in September 1996.

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In early 2006, the political, sometimes militant, Dead Prez member stic.man and Outlawz's Young Noble collaborated to make Soldier 2 Soldier. The relationship between the two groups worked well enough that they decided to work on another record, as Dead Prez and Outlawz, ; Can't Sell Dope Forever . The theme of war is prevalent throughout the album, which opens and closes with a "Soldiers Prayer," but it is directed towards the struggles in the U.S., as opposed to those abroad.

Dead Prez hip hop duo from the United States

Dead Prez, stylized as dead prez, is a hip hop duo from the United States, composed of stic.man and M-1, formed in 1996 in New York City. They are known for their confrontational style, combined with socialist lyrics focused on both militant social justice, Marxism, and Pan-Africanism. The duo maintains an ethical stance against corporate control over the media, especially hip hop record labels.

Outlawz American hip hop group

Outlawz was an American hip hop group founded by rapper Tupac Shakur in late 1995 after Shakur's release from prison. Collectively, they were best known for their association with 2Pac.

<i>Cant Sell Dope Forever</i> album by Dead Prez

Can't Sell Dope Forever is a collaboration studio album between hip hop groups dead prez and Outlawz. The album was released on Affluent Records July 25, 2006, and executive produced by Oscar Sanchez. Stic.man and M-1 of dead prez are most known for their revolutionary musical content, and E.D.I., Young Noble and Kastro of Outlawz are most known from their close affiliation with late Hip Hop superstar 2Pac.

Track listing

#TitleFeatured guest(s)Producer(s)Length
1"Soldier's Prayer AM"2:01
2"Runaway Slave"4:08
3"Young Black And Just Don't Give A..."3:45
4"How U Like That"4:25
5"Jewels (Interlude)"0:48
6"Daddy Loves You"4:40
7"Soul Music"4:38
8"Tryin' 2 Make A Livin"4:49
9"Time"4:18
10"4 Life"5:52
11"Smoke Wit Me (Interlude)"0:17
12"Kali4nya"4:21
13"Like A Soldier Wit It"3:25
14"Soldier's Prayer PM"2:51

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