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Self-described as lyrically "abrasive," Minnesota native Muja Messiah has verbally accosted his way into the national spotlight. "Since forever" is how long he dates his rapping career, but it wasn't until recently by way of his underground hit "Patriot Act" that Muja Messiah earned national notoriety. "The song's brazen critique of President Bush and American foreign and domestic policies — "I'm supposed to be threatened by al Qaeda when I was always afraid of America first, the birthplace of some of the worst terrorists on this earth… Should I blame FEMA or blame Halliburton? I'm'a push the envelope like Bush did the votes, like Bush sniffing coke, but hey, nobody's perfect" — are what landed him a coveted endorsement in December's VIBE Magazine as one of the "51 Best MySpace Rappers," a part of their first-annual nationwide survey"

1. Say Hello 2 the Bad Guy (prod. Che Vicious)
2. MPLS Intro
3. Get Fresh f. Real Spit Rick (prod. Hans Solo)
4. MPLS Massacre
5. O Silly Me f. Slug (prod. Big Head Productions)
6. Paper Planes f. Manifest (LouderThanBombs Mix)
7. Snap Out Of It f. Shioneas
8. Big Bang Theory f. Real Spit Rick & Dodi Phy (prod. Big Jess)
9. Where's the Joy (prod. Medium Zach)
10. Go For Broke f. Real Spit Rick (prod. Big Head Production)
11. Sweet 16
12. Huey P Newton (prod. Malik Worthy)
13. True Lies (prod. Big Head Productions)
14. MPLS Poppin
15. Amy Winehouse
16. Boom Boom Boom
17. Southside f. Zed Zilla
18. here We Come f. Buda Tye (prod. BeanOne)
19. Modus Operandi f. Samahra (Black Blondie) (prod. RapOn)
20. Metal On Metal f. Dodi Phy & Mashout
21. Gangsta Shit (prod. Mr. Khalyl)
22. So Clean
23. The Other Whitemeat (prod. ToneMason)
24. Hook It Up Fat (prod. BeanOne)
25. Why f. Mashout (prod. Mr. Khalyl)
26. Let Me At'Em
27. Toast It Up

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