The House of HANIBL
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A self-trained musical mimic from Chicago who currently works out of Orange County, CA, soundtrack's original compositions are designed to make people dance, fa
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Huge potential as an international dance club hit. Needs a female singer, though...
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Spoken word poetry to introduce the world to HANIBL.
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A gritty intro to the rapper Phee.
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A club banger for the grown and freaky.
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Inspired by the Moonlight Sonata (Piano Sonata No. 14 by Ludwig Von Beethoven), "The Streets" is a reflection on urban life and late-night prayers said in desperation.
A West Coast beat with East Coast flow and Midwest menace.
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A love song about falling in love for the first time.
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An original song about the queen that The Lord Knows your kingship needs.
A love song for girls who are naturally shy with an inspirational poem/love letter by Armen Rah.
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A hardcore track defending the honor of the City of Chicago.
A summer time cruising track.
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Some girls look so good it's almost criminal.
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A song about unrequited love from a classical English literature point of view.
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A stepper's classic! A sweet, hip-hop lullaby from three different perspectives talking about the same thing.
Armen Rah, Phee, and Mista Fly Lice (aka soundtrack) discuss what it means to be F-R-E-S-H.