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Marcel Cartier


Home: Mannheim, BW Germany   

Marcel Cartier is one-third of the hip-hop group Universal Apocalyptic Figures (UAF), who are slated to release their debut album 'Welcome To Apocalpyse' in 2007 via the Godz 'N Dungeons imprint. In addition, Cartier is currently in talks to release his solo debut 'Revolutionary Minded', which features stand-out political cuts such as 'Changing Weather' and 'Road To Liberation'.



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Total Tracks: 2

Vocal Tracks (2) |
Music Genres For Marcel Cartier
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ROAD TO LIBERATION - (by Marcel Cartier)  Year: 2006
Marcel Cartier Strong Hip Hop, Male Rap & Vocals, Hip Hop, Hip Hop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Hip Hop, Hip Hop
239564 3:15 Med Slow 85   


CHANGING WEATHER - (by Marcel Cartier)  Year: 2006
Marcel Cartier Hip Hop rap about strength, Male Rap & Vocals, Hip Hop, Hip Hop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Hip Hop, Hip Hop
239556 3:09 Med Slow 91   

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