Freedom of Speech is the second album by British rapper Speech Debelle. The record was recorded in London, United Kingdom and produced entirely by Kwes. It was her second album release on Big Dada Recordings.
Speech – 1996 – Speech. Above The Law – 1990 – Livin’ Like Hustlers. Just Ice – 2008 – Greatest Hit. o Far. Ice-T – 1989 – The Iceberg: Freedom of Speec. ust Watch What You Say. Just Ice – 1987 – Kool & Deadly. The Psycho Realm – 1999 – A War Story (Book 1). Scarface – 2000 – The Last Of A Dying Breed. Eternia & Moss – 2010 – At Last.
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Studio album by Speech Debelle.
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This is partly due to the fierce intelligence of her rhymes, and partly to the newly dark and insistent power of her beats, crafted in collaboration with Kwes. But it's mostly down to the jaw-dropping grace and nimbleness of her flow, which is pretty much peerless
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|3||Give It 2 Me|
Featuring – MCD
Vocals – Ian Jackman
Vocals – Stephanie Marianne
|8||I'm Loving It|
|9||Get 2 Know
Producer – Unsung Heroes
Featuring – Sway Dasafo*
Producer – Harry LoveScratches – Harry Love
- Mixed By – Alan Mawdsley (tracks: All)
- Producer – Alan Adiri (tracks: 2, 4-7, 10, 13), Fusion (tracks: 1, 3, 8, 11)