The Novelist - Spoken Word

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Artist :   The Novelist
Album Name :   Spoken Word
Genre :   Hip-Hop/Rap
Tracks :   12
Relase Date :   18 July 2007
Country :   USA

Spoken Word (The Novelist) Album Songs


Song Title Artist Time
1. Spoken Word The Novelist 3:10
2. Stargazin' The Novelist 3:26
3. Liberty The Novelist 4:51
4. Promise The Novelist 3:46
5. On Fire The Novelist 4:21
6. Adam's Rib The Novelist 3:40
7. Authentic The Novelist 3:58
8. Eyes On the Prize The Novelist 5:05
9. Art The Novelist 4:25
10. Deception The Novelist 4:47
11. Get Up The Novelist 3:09
12. Feelin' It The Novelist 4:20

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Spoken Word (The Novelist) Album Reviews

  • Substance

    J-Heir
    5
    Many artist have great beats, delivery, and creativity. But this album has what many are missing....SUBSTANCE. I love the message on this album. Do yourself a favor and get it.
  • I'm lovin this joint!!!

    Al B D
    5
    Straight Spirit inspired creativity. This is definitely going to be in my playlist for sometime to come. The Novelist is able to give you some straight up HIP HOP, uplifting God, without all the holier than thou, self-righteousness that's found in a lot of other Christian hip hop.
  • Finally!

    JAHfiya
    4
    A HipHop album with a message and tight production. Truth in Love. This is what the people need! Support this brother and the Word he's bringing or fade with the trends...

The Novelist - Spoken Word Album Wiki

Spoken word is a performance art that is word-based. It is an oral art that focuses on the aesthetics of word play such as intonation and voice inflection. It is a "catchall" term that includes any kind of poetry recited aloud, including poetry readings, poetry slams, jazz poetry, and hip hop, and can include comedy routines and prose monologues. Although spoken word can include any kind of poetry read aloud, it is different from written poetry in that how it sounds is often one of the main components. Unlike written poetry it has less to do with physical on the page aesthetics and more to do with phonaesthetics, or the aesthetics of sound..