Revolution: Sing That Song by Ace feat. Arafat & Gandhi





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Published on Jan 18, 2013

Revolution: Sing That Song by Ace feat. Arafat & Gandhi
Produced by Kosova Beat, Ace, Arafat, and Gandhi
Mixed & Mastered by DJ Halabi
Aldin Entertainment Music Group & Reversion Records 2013
Video production by Tim King & Agron Belica

The French author and philosopher Albert Camus asked, "What is a rebel?" He answered his own question thus: "A man who says no."
Yes, a rebel is a man who says "no" to oppression, injustice, violence, corruption, racism, and all the other social, political, and economic evils of mankind. Sometimes he is struggling against the conditions of his own life; at other times, he is protesting the conditions of the unprotected, the forgotten, or the ignored whose rights have been trampled upon by the bullies of street gangs or of world-class imperialists; there is no moral difference between them.

In the 15th century, the Albanian hero Skanderbeg, a rebel against ethnic oppression, took on and defeated the armies of the mighty Ottoman Empire. Inspired by his example, Ace has fought his own battles against oppression and abuse, progressing from them to join with other rebels who are fighting against the status quo from Palestine to Sri Lanka, wherever injustice and oppression prevail in this century.

For Ace, Gandhi, and Arafat it is a battle they know will never end, for injustice is like the many-headed Hydra of Greek mythology. Strike off one head and two more will replace it. The murdered Vittorio Arrigoni once said, "Die for something, or die for nothing." Malcolm X, also martyred, said, "If you're not ready to die for it, put the word 'freedom' out of your vocabulary." Being a rebel can be serious business.

As ever, Ace gives voice to his rebellion through music. "The Rebellion" album will be released in the summer of 2013 along with a documentary; dynamic collaboration by Aldin Entertainment & Reversion Records!
—Jay R. Crook, PhD

Recently Arafat and Gandhi released an album titled 'Two Swords' featuring a total of 19 tracks covering a range of subjects. The beats are dark and heavy with a style similar to AOTP/Jedi Mind Tricks and the lyrics are crystal clear with delivery on par to Rhyme Asylum.
The album features a range of Conscious and New World Order references, along with touching on religion, the end of days and survival without coming off preachy supplying nothing but food for thought. —Reviewed by UndergroundHH.com

Alain a dit avant lui : "Penser, c'est dire non." (The French philosopher Alain said before him: "Thinking is saying no.") —Michel Herve Navoiseu-Bertaux

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