Wrath of the Siafu

If Hip Hop was a hurricane, then Wrath of the Siafu would be positioned somewhere in the eye of the storm. Wrath of the Siafu, the first single release off of the Organizing is the New Cool Soundtrack is a perfect example of the underlying theme of the documentary film. This thunderous anthem is an amalgamation of 11 of Atlanta’s heaviest hitting independent artists who lyrically ambush a hardcore instrumental that will leave the avid Hip Hop connoisseur begging for more! The Dynamite Bruhz produced track features a who’s who of internationally respected underground emcees including: StaHHr, Mike Flo, members of The Liuns Den and Craig “Flux” Singleton (co-producer of the film). This is a guaranteed Hip Hop Classic.

About The Siafu
The Siafu is the logo of community activists’ organization FTP Movement, an artistic representation of the Siafu Ant of Eastern Africa, a species that exemplifies the essence of teamwork. The Siafu has no eyes and no venom – only strong jaws. Individually each is small, but as a team they can strip a water buffalo down to the bone in less than an hour. FTP Movement is much like the Siafu Ant — small in size, but powerful beyond measure. For more information on FTP Movement visit http://www.Ftpmovement.ning.com

Featuring: Zayd Malik, El Sun, Ekundayo, Methuzulah, Mike Flo, G.R.E.A.T. Scott, FluxWonda, Isreal, Sa Roc, Chosen, StaHHr

5 thoughts on “Wrath of the Siafu

  1. I can’t say I liked it as much as food fight as I had to listen to them again and again to catch everything they were saying. However, I love the message and will be passing it on to as many young people and rap lovers as possible. I would much rather the ones that listen to rap listen to this as it is about something and doning something without destroying us. Up liftment is alway something I am looking for and actively promote. Thanks Kushite.

    • Yeah Food Fight was one of a kind!lol But I like this joint too. The lyrics are very powerful. All the rappers dropped some real knowledge though. We need to promote songs like this more often.

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