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Do I Miss My Friends? - Cadence Weapon - Afterparty Babies (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 04,  · ‎Album · · 14 Songs. 14 Songs, 57 Minutes Preview. Afterparty Babies Cadence Weapon Hip-Hop/Rap ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Do I Miss My Friends? 2 In Search of the Youth Crew 3 True Story 4 Limited Edition Oj Slammer 5 Juliann Wilding.
  2. Cadence Weapon has put out another excellent CD. At first listen some songs will stick out as a good listen and others might not. But as the case with a lot of good music a couple of spins leads to an increased appreciation of all the songs on the album. If you like Ghost, Del, Saul Williams, K-os, Kool Keith you'll dig this.3/5(2).
  3. Mar 04,  · Do I Miss My Friends? Lyrics: Back in those days, back in my end / We would bro down, every weekend / I miss those times, I miss those skins / I had to ask, do I miss my friends.
  4. Freshly signed to the Anti- label, Edmonton rapper Cadence Weapon (or Rollie Pemberton) continues -- with his flat intonation and half-mocking confidence -- to help redefine the boundaries of modern hip-hop, something he began on his very excellent vatokorledenskon.amletpaczmenswabournewshandduthulasphe.co while Breaking Kayfabe was all heavy beats and grime, Afterparty Babies turns more to the fringes of house and tech-house, even going so.
  5. Oct 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Do I Miss my Friends - Cadence Weapon YouTube Cadence Weapon - Breaking Kayfabe (Full Album) - Duration: limaniner34 3, views.
  6. Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Pemberton released his first album, Breaking Kayfabe, in to positive reviews. He subsequently signed with the American record label ANTI-, releasing the albums Afterparty Babies in and Hope in Dirt City in In , Cadence Weapon was named Edmonton's Poet Laureate.
  7. “My dad said I was an afterparty baby; this goes out to all the accidents out there; keep on making mistakes” – the final words that resonate from the daring acapella lead track “Do I Miss My Friends?” on Cadence Weapons highly anticipated sophomore release, Afterparty Babies.. In the course from his debut album Breaking Kayfabe to his sophomore record, Roland Pemberton has come of age.
  8. “My dad said I was an afterparty baby; this goes out to all the accidents out there; keep on making mistakes” – from 'Do I Miss My Friends?' Following on from his critically-acclamed debut 'Breaking Kayfabe', Cadence Weapon aka Rollie Pemberton returns with the epic 'Afterparty Babies'.

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