Free Download: Ackurate – Ackurate Precision (2012)

Free Download: Ackurate – Ackurate Precision (2012)

One of The Find’s core objectives is to support independent hip hop to the fullest. Ackurate used borrowed beats by the likes of DJ Premier, House Shoes, Statik Selektah and Apollo Brown as backdrops for his characteristic, deep vocals. Our highlights include “Soul Stream” featuring Drig, the touching “Shadows”, “Stop Fooling Yourself”, “Click” over a Premo beat, the positive vibes on “Destined To Shine”, and the 2pac flip on “Changes” over The Left’s original track “Reporting Live”.

One of The Find’s core objectives is to support independent hip hop to the fullest. Emcee Ackurate reached out to us to ask if we’d be down to premiere his new full-length release Ackurate Precision. We’re glad we said yes, because the outcome is really nice.

Ackurate used borrowed beats by the likes of DJ Premier, House Shoes, Statik Selektah and Apollo Brown as backdrops for his characteristic, deep vocals.

Our highlights include “Soul Stream” featuring Drig, the touching “Shadows”, “Stop Fooling Yourself”, “Click” over a Premo beat, the positive vibes on “Destined To Shine”, and the 2pac flip on “Changes” over The Left’s original track “Reporting Live”. Also a word of thanks and appreciation to Ackurate for his extensive The Find shout-out in the outro.

1. Artistic Soul 01:54
2. Target Artist 01:19
3. Shadows 03:55
4. Ackurate, Rock.L Spivey – Changes (Feat. Rock L Spivey) 03:17
5. Stop Fooling Yourself 03:56
6. Wise Challenge 02:02
7. Ackurate, E.d.g.e. – E.d.g.e. Speaks/PenWork Inc. (Feat. E.d.g.e) 03:08
8. The Unknown Voice – For Laughs 04:31
9. Ackurate, RT-FaQ – HipHop (Feat. RTFaQ) 03:05
10. Communication 02:37
11. Drig – Drig Speaks 00:08
12. Ackurate, Drig – Soul Stream (Feat. Drig) 03:05
13. Click 03:56
14. Ackurate, Jane G33, LightManMcCloud – Destined To Shine (Feat. Jane G33,LightManMcCloud) 03:21
15. Hope 02:12
16. Outro 02:42

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