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Young Moors: “R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement)” Today’s Outspoken Social Poets

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Posted July 15, 2013 by Peter Burns in Hiphop

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Production
90%


Arrangement
90%


Songwriting
95%


Performance
0%


Appeal
95%


Total Score
74%


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Young Moors is a hip hop duo, composed of Bliss El and Oone Master El, label mates on S.A. Muzik Group. The group was formed in 2012 in Hampton, Virginia. They are known for their intellectual style, combined with conscious lyrics focused on truth, justice, and unity. The duo brings forth positive vibratory frequencies to […]

by Peter Burns
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Young Moors is a hip hop duo, composed of Bliss El and Oone Master El, label mates on S.A. Muzik Group. The group was formed in 2012 in Hampton, Virginia. They are known for their intellectual style, combined with conscious lyrics focused on truth, justice, and unity. The duo brings forth positive vibratory frequencies to uplift the soul. Young Moors passionately promote self-knowledge and operating at a higher level of consciousness. Their music can be best described as “Authentic Hip-Hop!”.

Young Moors built a fan base due to their thought-provoking lyrics and high-energy performances. R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement) is the duo’s debut album, which includes the highly acclaimed single “Revolutionary Warfare”. With a strong reggae/dancehall influence, “The song was quickly embraced by the masses!”

“We challenge our fans and listeners to focus their third eye beyond the bounds of the matrix. We’re in the deepest state of sleep – R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement). We need to Wake up!”

“R.E.M.,” which is an acronym for the rapid eye movement which occurs during the deepest stage of sleep, was released on the Street Addiction Muzik Group music label. The duo’s sound features creative beats, penetratingly philosophical rhymes, as well as a thread of reggae and dancehall influences.

Classic, essential, original and trendsetting, the Young Moors are today’s outspoken social poets. The voice of those who have no voice; mainstream will eventually realize the validity of the commentary spouted off by these guys, who use great imagery, sharp lyrics, exquisite sound combinations, and thick beats. There are fourteen tracks to choose from, with a whole bunch of standouts. I have my own personal favorites like, “One Life To Live”, “Revolutionary Warfare”, “My Country Is The World”, “Science Of The Moors”, “Made Men”, “Turn On Me” and “Love Life”. If you can’t grasp any of this and find yourself not bobbing your head, then you just don’t understand rap.

This is an overall well balanced album with just the right mix of songs, the beats are superb and the samples fit the songs perfectly. If anyone out there doubts the power of these guys then just listen to the lyrics. The rhymes are wicked, an incredible combination of raw verse and sophisticated references, make this an inspiring album.

R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement) is an album well worth your money. Overall, if you’re going to have a Rap CD collection, you have to have Young Moors on your shelf.

In support of their debut album, Young Moors have also released an official music video single, “Revolutionary Warfare” .

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