The 144 ELiTE
n. v. adj.- (dee one- fo'- fo' ee-leet)
Real Rap 4 AgreeAble Souls
Make Sure That YOU Get YOUR Copy Of JusTice AllaH's Latest Album FTH!
F.T.H. Stands For "Fux Them Hoes" -- and By the Time You've Finished Jamming This BANGER, You Will KNOW Exactly: Who, When, What, Where and How To Do It.
Packed Full With a Whooping 18 Solid Tracks, Including 13 Exclusively Produced Tracks From JusTice AllaH.
Featuring Special Guest Appearances From: ClChe The Classyfied Lady, K-RINO (Founder of the South Park Coalition), Sniper Of ReUP Entertainment/SPC, Dope E The Terrorist, Klondike Kat The Lyrical Lion, and Murder One of SPC.
A Definite Musical Collectors Must-Have.
BULLSH8 - From the Dynamic and Powerful Video by Justice with The S.P.C.
(South Park Coalition)
which details the struggle to survive amidst the constant
bullshit in this world.
You'll Also Get 18 Other Non-Filler Tracks That Are Going To Make You Wear
Your Track Repeat Button Out.... This Album Has Special Guest Appearances
By: Shanno of SPC, DaViD Sha, MJ The Master Jami, Dope E The Terrorist,
Murder One and DBX - O.G.s Of The SPC, The Lovely Voice of AshLei Mayadia
and We Couldn't Do It without A Special Feature From The Wizard Of South Park,
K-Rino.Get Your JusTice Served...ToDay!
Justice Allah from The 144 Elite and South Park Coalition drops some
food for the brain. As with previous releases Justice Allah comes with
some conscious, positive and uplifting lyrics and concepts.
The title track ‘Supreme Mathematics’ features the founder of the South Park Coalition K-Rino as well as Dope-E from the legendary group The Terrorists and indeed The 144 Elite. This track is one of the highlights of the album and injects some great brass over some rapid percussion. Ashlei Mayadia deals with the hook nice on this track and infact quite a few of the tracks on this album.
If you like you’re Hip-Hop to be inspiring and need a break from the ‘swagger-rap’ that seems to be clogging up the airwaves then this something you need. This is the truth and is a case of ‘knowledge over nonsense’ and albums like this are needed if Hip-Hop music is to last as a musical genre.