by B. Elliott

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    This is a free download of my first ever solo album. Just put 0 in the price box. Please enjoy and share with whoever. Especially young people, and especially those in need of some real and good Hip Hop. Thank you so much for listening to my music. <3
    P.S: For downloads directly to phones, there's an app called "RAR" - and you can simply download it, and extract the album file to either your phone's memory or your memory card. You just click and hold on the album file in the RAR app, and click "Extract to..." and you can direct where it goes.
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This is my first ever solo album and I didn't even know this is what it was going to become. One day, I was just looking through the songs I had done and realized I had an album. I decided to name the track '43' - in dedication of the 43 students who were killed by corrupt government officials and by cartels and police in Mexico. The album length is 43:00 - I didn't intentionally make it that way, that's just how long it ended up being after I put all the tracks together.


released November 27, 2016

This would not be possible without The Creator and the Gods.

I also want to thank all of my mentors, family, friends, and communities. I want to thank everybody who was ever nice to me in life and who ever taught me a valuable lesson. I want to thank the people who held space for me while I was less than humane towards them. I want to thank everybody and you all. I want to thank the producers, artists, and engineers who thankfully contributed to this album. Yall have helped make it great.

I want to thank both of my mothers - my human mother, a beautiful, soulful, soul-food eating lady from Chi-Town who has been through more shit than me. I want to thank my Earth mother - Mother Earth - for holding us and sustaining us, and accepting us unconditionally. Much can be learned from Her.

I want to thank my lyrical heroes, 2Pac, Eminem, Nas, Guru, Vinnie Paz and Rakim. I want to especially thank 2Pac for being the first human being I ever felt like I could relate to.

I want to thank Black people for gifting the world with the endlessly and incredibly beautiful gift of Hip Hop. You have given me so much and enhanced me as a human being. You've given me culture. Thank you so much. <3

I want to thank my fellow human beings, humanity - we're in this together. We could hate and kill each other while the power-mad freaks are profiting off of it, or we can come together and say "Stop the bullshit!" and finally create a humane human society together.

Are you a part of the movement, or the madness?

There are too many to thank, but just know that if I ran into you, you probably inspired this album in some way and I am holding you all in my Heart. Thank you so much ! :) <3




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B. Elliott Los Angeles, California

Born in Long Beach, CA, and growing up mostly around those areas (LA, Greater LA) B. Elliott is a Hip Hop artist and community activist who uses his music to self-heal and yet spread a powerful and profound message throughout society.

B. Elliott is highly interested in building a universal protective structure for youth, so that they can do their work unharmed.

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