Description : If I looked like this would you still want your gift?
If I looked like this would your parents be pissed?
Are you a narcissist or a racist?
Description : A hot happy new year song with exciting and cool vocals
Description : Hot lyrics that will take you and your audience back to the old school with New Jersey hip hop pioneer Kamal Supreme
Description : By popular demand and request, I did a vocal remix for this song "I Got jesus". Enjoy
Description : When a man loves a woman. Spoken Word poetry and hip hop fusion by Kamal
Description : Metaphysical spoken word poetry by kamal imani aka kamal supreme
Description : Spoken Word originally set to jazz about dichotomies and freedom. From Kamal Imani the Unorthodox Guru CD coming soon
Description : East Coast rap. Advising my enemies to fall back.
Not sure of tempo
Description : High energy hook with echos, smooth delivery about getting away
Description : Afro trap, afro pop, dancehall and rap.
Description : A spoken word piece about persevering spiritually
contact me at cipherkam at gmail dot com
don't know the tempo
Description : Party club vocals for djs and producers for new years eve and the holidays. The track must be cleaned up, I forgot to turn down the background music. Pleasse Credit Kamal Imani or dj kamal supreme
Description : Racism is so bad in America and on our planet that if aliens would come, they'd bug out on how crazy we look fighting over colors.
This track has a lot of background noise, but I wanted my looperman people to have it.
Please credit Kamal Imani rezawrecktaz music ascap T.Oats
Description : Due to severe low esteem due to racism, black kids are asking questions and kamal Imani is giving the answers via spoken word poetry
Description : Spoken word about people leaving or not, hypothetically to Africa on Marcus Garvey's Black Star Line.
Description : All people come from our ancient African forefathers and mothers. Perhaps if we knew this truth, we'd be better off, but it is, for some, a hard pill to swallow!
Description : A response to police brutality and racism of the African Moorish community in America
Description : A fun and silly song. Reggae Afro Beat flavor.
Description : short freestyle about police brutality in america
Description : Kamal addresses the possible causes of division of Africans and African Americans
Description : African unity reggae dub poetry spoken word lyrics
Description : up tempo hip hop guy flirting with a girl, she is in a rush and wants him to kick game (flirt) with a quick elevator pitch.
Description : A metaphysical spoken word song about your true inner potential and mission on earth by Kamal Imani
Description : A spoken word poem about the condition of African people.
not sure of tempo. I freestyled without metronome
Description : Since you Gotta Be in the House Just Dance is extracted from my latest Bhangra song.
Feel free to use it for free for promotional.
Please contact me for publishing/selling the hook.
Please credit DJ Kamal Supreme for this song and check it out online.