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Артист: Rakim Название: The Seventh Seal Жанр: Hip-Hop Год выхода: 2009 О музыке:
The Seventh Seal is the upcoming third solo studio album by American emcee Rakim, to be released November 17, 2009, after several delays, on
Rakim's own Ra Records, TVM, and SMC Recordings and distributed through Fontana and Universal Music Group. Considered a comeback album after a
nine-year gap between releases, the album features the 2 singles, Holy Are You which was released on July 14, 2009, and Walk These Streets which was
released on October 7, 2009. It features production from several renowned hip hop artists, including Nottz, Ty Fyffe, Jake One, and Nick Wiz, as well
as guest appearances by New York emcees such as The L.O.X., Maino, Busta Rhymes, and his own daughter Destiny Griffin.
The original title for the album was Oh, My God, with the original release date set for 2002, but after he signed with Dr. Dre's Aftermath record
label, he eventually left. The official reason for his departure from Aftermath were creative differences and the different work habits of Dre and
After leaving the label, Rakim began recording new songs for the album and Dr. Dre allowed him to keep the songs that he originally produced.
Then in 2007, Rakim decided to record completely new songs for the album. In an interview with Billboard on July 13, 2009, when asked about if this
album contains any material from the unreleased album he did with Dr. Dre, he stated "No, that's locked down in the lab for now. This is me live
from New York City, everything brand new."
Rakim has confirmed that The Seventh Seal will have 14 tracks, with the main guests being Maino, I.Q., and his own daughter Destiny Griffin.
The majority of the album was produced by longtime Rakim collaborator Nick Wiz, and also featured beats from Nottz, Ty Fyffe, and Jake One.