Discography

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247 Discography Amandla Stenberg. 2015. Don’t Cash Crop My Cornrows. YouTube video. www.youtube. com. Accessed August 27. Amir Sulaiman. “Danger.” Like a Thief in the Night. Released 2007. Uprising Records. Audio CD. Boogie Down Productions. “Beef.” Produced by KRS-One, D-Nice, and Pal Joey. Edutainment. Released 1990. Jive/RCA Records. Audio CD. Brand Nubian. “Allah and Justice.” Produced by Lord Jamar, DJ Sincere, and Sadat X. In God We Trust. Released 1993. Electra/Arista BMG Records. Audio CD. Common. “The Corner (Remix).” Single. Produced by Kanye West. Featuring Scarface and Mos Def. Released 2005. Geffen Records. YouTube recording. www.youtube.com. D’Angelo and the Vanguard. 2014. Black Messiah. RCA. Digital Download. dead prez. “Be Healthy.” Produced by Headrush and dead prez. Featuring Prodigy. Lets Get Free. Released 2000. Loud/Columbia/Relativity Records. Audio CD. D-Nick Da Microphone Misfit. “Abnormality.” Produced by Dominique Stockman. Graphic Novel. Released 2010. Independent release. YouTube recording. www. youtube.com. ———. “99 Names of Jah/God/Allah.” Unreleased. Private recording. Doug E. Fresh and MC Ricky D. “La Di Da Di.” Single. Released 1985. Reality Records. YouTube recording. www.youtube.com. Geoffrey Dunn and Mark Schwartz. 1984. Dollar a Day, Ten Cents a Dance (documentary ). Center for Asian American Media Grace Lee. 2013 American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs (documentary ). LeeLee Films. Jennifer Maytorena Taylor. 2009. New Muslim Cool (documentary). Specific Pictures. Kendrick Lamar. “i.” Produced by Rahki. To Pimp a Butterfly. Released 2014. Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath/Interscope. Mp3 file. Lauryn Hill. “Doo Wop (That Thing).” Produced by Lauryn Hill. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Released 1998. Ruffhouse/Columbia Records. Audio CD. Maimouna Youssef. “We’re Already Royal.” Produced by Maimouna Youssef and DJ Dummy. The Reintroduction of Mumu Fresh. Released 2014. Independent Release. YouTube recording. www.youtube.com. Mos Def and Talib Kweli. “K.O.S. (Determination).” Produced by Hi-Tek. Featuring Vinia Mojica. Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star. Released 1998. Rawkus Records. Audio CD. 248 | Discography Mustafa Davis. 2010. Deen Tight (documentary). Cinemotion Media. Nicki Minaj. “Itty Bitty Piggy.” Produced by DJ Holiday and Trapaholics. Beam Me Up Scotty. Mixtape. Released 2009. Youtube recording. www.youtube.com. Public Enemy. “Bring the Noise.” Produced by Chuck D, Rick Rubin, and Hank Shocklee . It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. Released 1988. Def Jam. Audio CD. ———. “Don’t Believe the Hype.” Produced by Chuck D, Rick Rubin, and Hank Shocklee . It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. Released 1988. Def Jam. Audio CD. Queen Latifah. “Ladies First.” Music video. Featuring Monie Love. Directed by Fab Five Freddy. All Hail the Queen. Released 1989. Tommy Boy Records. YouTube video. www.youtube.com. The Reminders. “If You Didn’t Know.” Produced by The Reminders. Born Champions. Released 2007. The Reminders Music LLC. Audio CD. Tupac Shakur. “I Ain’t Mad at Cha.” Produced by Daz. All Eyez on Me. Released 1996. Death Row/Interscope Records. Audio CD. A Tribe Called Quest. “Ham n’ Eggs.” Produced by A Tribe Called Quest. People’s Instinctive Travels and Paths of Rhythm. Released 1990. Jive/RCA Records. Audio CD. ...


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  • African Americans -- Relations with Muslims.
  • Muslims -- United States -- Social conditions.
  • African American Muslims -- Social conditions.
  • African Americans -- Race identity.
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