Black Radical Mk II (born Felix Joseph in 1971) is a British hip hop artist from Tottenham, London, England. He was one of the pioneers of the British scene, releasing his first single in 1987 and continuing to release records until 1998. He is most well known for his strident political views, which he often used as the basis for his records. Black Radical was born in South London in 1971, and was inspired by Public Enemy's unflinching political stance to start making his own music
By: Black Radical MKII (1991, Hip Hop). 1. Ripping Up The Industry (Re-Haul). 4. My Radix Point (.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Black Radical MKII. Just Kissed My Baby by The Meters (1974). Sister Sanctified by Stanley Turrentine and Milt Jackson (1972). Tough Tune to Whistle.
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The Undiluted Truth - Ripping Up The Industry (Re Haul), My Radix Point, Sign Of The Beast and 13 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Black Radical Mk 2. Year: 1991. Count: 13. Views: 7. The Undiluted Truth tracks. Ripping Up The Industry (Re Haul). Ripping Up The Industry (Part 2). Crossroads.
What is Black Radical Mk II nationality, education, ethnicity? Biography. Dark Man's Leviathan (Mango Details, 1991) is broadly regarded as Dark Radical's most effective album and showcases his political and spiritual views. The Undiluted Truth: A Dark Man's Leviathan (Mango Information, 1991) Two times Edged Sword: The Pre LP (Dark Basis, 1995) Khaos & Konfusion: The Spell of Leviathan (Blueprint Information, 1998).
This article is about the British hip-hop artist. Two further singles and his debut album followed: The Undiluted Truth: A Black Man's Leviathan (Mango Records, 1991) is widely regarded as Black Radical's best album and showcases his political and religious views. The song Sumarli expresses his belief that black men and women should only date members of their own race, whilst Sign of the Beast details an apocalyptic vision and makes reference to the Nation of Islam's belief that the white man was created out of genetic experiments on black men carried out by the scientist Yakub