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Announcement :: Organizing
Protest Music !!!
21 Sep 2004
Female emcee DAYZE returns with ‘TruthSeeker’ a hard-hitting protest album.
Dayze TruthSeeker Cover IMC.jpg
With the global masses being exploited and suffering injustices at the hand of the corporate state machine, now is the time for enlightenment and action. Female emcee, DAYZE takes listeners on a lyrical journey from the injustices of globalization, colonization, corporate corruption and public surveillance to income tax protest. Her rhymes are hard-hitting, thought provoking and awaken the mind to activism and protest.

TruthSeeker is on rotation at several college and independent radio stations world wide.

Some tracks to note are:
‘Tax Evasion Commandments’ a break down on how to legally avoid the income tax payment.

‘Tired Of You’ a poetic illustration on the injustices of colonization and globalization.

‘Watching Me [Surveillance]’ a condemnation on unnecessary public surveillance as a means of control.

To support the album please visit:

For Free Downloads please visit:

(If you are a DJ/Videoactivist/Writer and would like a copy to blaze your station/videos/reviews email to get a copy).
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Re: Protest Music !!!
22 Sep 2004
I downloaded some of the songs listed on Cnet by this artist. Apparently I am not allowed to critique rap albums, even though I am an rap emcee who has produced three. SO sayeth the censors. But DAYZE's lyrics, when they were rhythmic or intelligible were not conjuring any mental imagery. It sounded read off the paper, monotone, and otherwise lame.

Being an expert on song construction, I stand by my statement that the beats were boring, computer generated and that the hooks were thrown in because they were expected, and not building on any tone developed during the verse.

I hope this critique meets the high standards for constructivism set by our masters online.