Violence Transformed

by Catch Wreck

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released October 13, 2009

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"Deep-voiced and self-proclaimed “average guy” whose flexibility allows him to twist words to fit any beat. Catch Wreck’s style exudes the almost lackadaisical confidence of someone along the lines of a Prodigy from Mobb Deep." -XXL
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Track Name: Intro
[Kwame Ture] Our problem and the gravest problem facing black people today is the unity of all Black men the world over!
[H. Rap Brown] I say violence is necessary, violence is a part of America's culture, it is as American as cherry pie
[Wreck] I know how to transform violence into freedom, I know how to transform violence into justice, and last but not least, I know how to transform Violence into Peace...
Check it out, Peep how I do, turn violence into something new
Imagine if the cops had to run from you
Imagine if the streets was safe and sound for you to do what you do with no jakes around
I know how, but thats not what they trynna allow
so my question for you is what you trynna do now
what you willin to put in when the call come in
we all fallin in, so we all can win
It won't be long, I go strong, I'm not trynna come weak
Ready or not, here I come like its hide-and-go-seek
(I found you) The hood has spoken
Hope yall was listenin close and
aint no telling what's gon be provoking the explosion
you don't want to get exposed when we get focused again
I'm turning violence to peace with the stroke of a pen
Its for the soldiers and the sisters and the thugs in the street
Last but not least, we got no love for police