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Breaker 1​-​2 (Marcus J / Sekreto & Cabelleros Del Plan G / Jamod Allah)

from Everything Has Changed; Nothing is Different (Digital Deluxe Version) by The Impossebulls

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C-Doc: This was a beat that was saved from the hard drive crash disaster. Luckily, at some point, I had burned two minutes of it to a CD, no doubt so I could listen to it in my car, which is where I check all my beats and mixes. If it sounds good in the car, it should sound good anywhere...
Anyway, I never actually wrote anything to it but I would always say "Breaker 1-2, Breaker 1-2" over it, figuring that might just be the chorus. So Marcus took that and came up with this great song about communication through time and how music, specifically Hiphop, applies to that.
A while back my friend Danny had suggested that the Bulls do a song with a group that he was working with, Cabelleros Del Plan G. One of their members, Sekreto, had already appeared on the remixx to our song "Do You Know What They Say" and this collab just felt like a great idea. When this song came along it seemed like it would be a perfect fit: a song about communication featuring Emcees spitting in different languages.
Plus, you add the effortless dopeness of Jamod Allah into the mix and you've got it locked solid.


Marcus J: Allow me to paint this picture with words
The most beautiful thing your eyes have ever heard
The most beautiful thing your ears have ever seen
Marcus J will turn this mic into a time machine
And go back get it back give it to you
Communicate with the past like it was brand new
Write rhymes with pictures in blood on cave walls
Tell stories in Sumerian as Babylon falls
10,000 BC Pictogram Hieroglyphics
The alphabet catches and I drop scientific
From Egypt to Sesame Street we all agree
Brought to you by the letters M & C
Morris code over telegraph you forgot
I’m a def dash dash dash dot dash dot
Ring goes the telephone can you hear me now
No you got your television turned up too loud
Life by the light of LCD screens
But I don’t need a CD know what I mean

Sekreto: Sabes que el que tiene el micro va dirigiendo la orquesta
Es el maestro y es a quien se le respeta
Si alza la mano es en señal de darle apoyo y al frente la gente reacciona con el buen rollo
Yo! No me voy a privar de sentir lo que se siente al momento de disparar
Como trazo en spray queriendo decirte algo
se reconoce como de un vago a otro vago

Indho: 1, 1-2, 1-2-3 y más
Somos los que estamos enganchados esto es global
Con el Hip con el Hop y el cliché del Don´t Stop
En el aire van las manos, de victoria es la señal
Crecemos llevando el mensaje de casa en casa como carteros
Toda la ciudad esta enterada
Que está pesada la armada con la que contagiamos
Estilo universal todos bienvenidos somos

Simplee: Somos guerreros con el don de la palabra
Surgimos de la tierra hace años como lava
Quemamos venimos del desierto llevamos la cultura a todos lados a conocidos y extraños
Somos legado nuestros antepasados, dejaron
Sabiduría en nuestras manos
El código de barrio luchar por lo que amamos
Hoy el mensaje emitido fue escuchado de NY GPD se une al llamado
Cheka!! desde los 90's México alerta

Jamod Allah: There's a reason for silence, I'm killing all the noise,
Walk fast - Keep My Poise, Matter Of Fact,
Walk slow - Cause I'm the Master Of the Shadow,
Control them with this ancient language, you will never know,
Lyric-Savant, Autistic, Call me a misfit,
Cause I refuse to fight you for half a biscuit,
You crumb snatchin', Rats lost in a maze,
So you just gave up, You're taking no action,
I'm back on point, take a pull off my joint,
Then it's pen to paper, the lyric creator,
but I'm retired - I would keep quiet,
If it wasn't for C-Doc, I wouldn't even write it,
Cause I don't need attention, don't want to dwell in,
The memories of days when Hip-Hop had me yellin',
Cause nowadays you gotta be a tatted up felon,
Twerkin' in a trap-house, with a gun, drug sellin',
That's why Hip-Hop's played yo, and I don't rap,
And yes, Jamod Allah said it, you can snitch on that,
Try to take it, put your fingerprints on that,
And then be mad and pissed when I take that back--
Breaker Breaker.


from Everything Has Changed; Nothing is Different (Digital Deluxe Version), released October 14, 2014
Breaker 1-2 (3:00)
(DC Snyder, M. Ankeney, M. Alvarado, F. del Rio Martínez, L. Daniel del Río Martinez, D. Winchester)
Concept: C-Doc & Marcus J
Vocals: Marcus J, Sekreto, Indho, Simplee, Jamod Allah
Cuts: C-Doc
Recorded by C-Doc at HWIC East- Lower Burrell, PA, Rusty Skelding at Gristle Audio- Dayton, OH, and King David at The Controls




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Collective of emcees founded by Public Enemy's Chuck D. Spearheaded by producer / emcee C-Doc, The Impossebulls were nicknamed "the world's first virtual rap squad" as they would collaborate virtually with anyone at anytime. They recorded their self titled debut in 2001 and are set to celebrate their 20th year in 2021. ... more

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