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Cymarshall Law & DJ Omega – The Creator’s Craft (Mixtape)

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Cymarshall Law‘s Creator’s Craft Mix CD is a mix of unreleased and new songs and freestyles, which were recorded or released in 2009. The project features guest appearances from Sean Price, Sha Stimuli, One Be Lo, Skit Slam, Phil Adé,E. Ness and Block McCloud, with original production by Mr. Joeker, Abnormal, DJ Rhettmatic and more.

Presented by 2DopeBoyz.com, KevinNottingham.com & Coast2Coast Mixtapes, Cy’s Creator’s Craft Mix CD is a prelude to three full-length LP’s (Creator’s KID EP, Freedom Express Lineand Everliven Sound: Freedom 2) that Cy currently has scheduled to drop in 2010. The Creator’s Kid EP will be available on January 26, 2010 on HiPNOTT Records.

Hit the jump for the track list and download link.

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16 Responses to “Cymarshall Law & DJ Omega – The Creator’s Craft (Mixtape)”

  1. Slumbilical Says:

    lol at tyler perry wearing dresses and wigs and make-up and then people saying he’s in the “closet”

    black folk won’t admit someone’s gay until they see a dude jumping up and down on a float at a pride parade wearing gold speedos, angel wings and high heels – and even then they’ll say “yeah but he gets mad pussy” (c) eskay defending wayne

  2. The Shot Clock aka Nahm Chomsky Says:

    Tyler Perry shit is coontastic.

    but its a double edged sword cos he touches peoples lives and gives back.

  3. Joe 88 Says:

    This nigga Tyler Perry uses the same 8 actors including himself in every movie. I look down upon people under 50 that like his movies

  4. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Well snap out of it! What, a hot older women made you feel her cans? Stop crying like a little girl.

  5. nation Says:

    whassup

  6. a tribe called quest Says:

    why is this getting a post abve C.Ham…

  7. Beezy Says:

    She’s not afraid to express herself sexually if that’s what you mean.

  8. kevKONGquistador Says:

    and even then they’ll say “yeah but he gets mad pussy” (c) eskay defending wayne

    ^

    lolol.

  9. Joe 88 Says:

    I’m ashamed of myself for somewhat liking the TV show “House of payne” the father on there will get on your nerves, but he has his moments. And the main reason I watch that show is because of rudy huxtable. Just give a nigga a spoon (n), cause i’m eating out, fuck that.

  10. D. Billz Says:

    # Slumbilical Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    D. Billz Says:

    December 28th, 2009 at 12:42 pm
    And from what I hear (childhood homie I spoke to recently; college grad, etc) ATL has become the new Black Hollywood for up-and-coming writers, producers, actors, etc. It hasn’t really bubbled yet, but I’m waiting to see what comes out of it. Relying on Hollywood to assist us in making creative films is futile at this point. We need to make our own products and have them come to us instead. Same way it should be done on a music level.

    ^

    don’t hold your breath tho. the chance of atlanta being a hollywood for black folk is next to nil. i smell a whole lot of flops that go straight to DVD and a whole bunch of boujie black investors saying they’ll never invest in another shitpile independent black film again.

    the only hope is Tyler Perry – tell your college homie to wear a wig and a dress and he’s be skrate.

    ^ And exactly what grounds are you basing this on? Considering the fact that many of the Black professionals/entrepreneurs have moved into the area from ALL OVER the country it’s definitely possible. Many of our movements started small and have turned out big. Forcing the corporate world to invest our products AFTER we started making noise. This is why the South has it on lock as far as hiphop. Not because the content is groundbreaking, but because they established their foundation with an audience that supports. We’ve done it before and we WILL do it again.

    Hollywood has been flooded with remakes and cartoon flicks lately because they’re out of ideas. But there are plenty of stories and ideas from a Black perspective that hasn’t been told. Not just the drug kingpin movie or the satire in-a-dress movie. Same goes for Latin films too because independently they are bubbling on the low.

  11. Eastern_Digital Says:

    Yo somebody moderate my new name that I eared last night.

  12. Dewill Says:

    Anymore Exhibit Nah postings??

    I wish I could go to a studio or better yet that I could rap…. I guess I should post mine..

  13. D. Billz Says:

    # Slumbilical Says:
    December 28th, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    lol at tyler perry wearing dresses and wigs and make-up and then people saying he’s in the “closet”

    black folk won’t admit someone’s gay until they see a dude jumping up and down on a float at a pride parade wearing gold speedos, angel wings and high heels – and even then they’ll say “yeah but he gets mad pussy” (c) eskay defending wayne

    ^If you’re directing at me (which I’m sure you are) I used the term “in the closet” because he hasn’t openly admitted. Me and every other person in my culture are assured that he’s gay. But I used the phrase as an example how he implements his own movies to live out his reality.

  14. Sleep Says:

    Has there been auto tune song since doa

  15. yupyup Says:

    hahah Fuck Tyler Perry..

    This mixtape is dope so far !

  16. jon718 Says:

    cy is a refreshing emcee this mix tape is real nice

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