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12/18/2003 1:41:32 PM

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Queensbridge rap legend Tragedy Khadafi, considered the “father” of the Queensbridge legacy of platinum and gold selling rappers from Nas and Mobb Deep to Capone N Noreaga, whom he discovered and launched through his company, 25 To Life, for their debut gold selling album “The War Report”, is no stranger to controversy and dialogue about injustice and political issues.

“I have mixed feelings. I can’t remember exactly when the agenda from
trying to capture Osama bin Laden shifted to Saddam Hussein. What
happened to our anguish about 911 and Osama bin Laden? I don’t have the
answers but I sure do have a lot of questions, and its important that we
always ask questions”, says Tragedy Khadafi.

Tragedy’s new album release, “Still Reportin”, released October 21, 2003
through 25 To Life Records (www.25toliferecords.com) /Solid Records and
Caroline Distribution, touches on these themes of struggle, confusion and
today’s issues, particularly the pensive thought provoking song “Walk Wit
Me (911)” on the album, which has received excellent reviews from The
Source Magazine, XXL, and others.

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