The pair of rappers is inspired by revolutionaries from Malcolm X to Public Enemy.
They immersed themselves in political and social studies to forge their own confrontational style of hip-hop.
Their socialist lyrics focus on militant social justice, Pan-Africanism and positivity.
The duo maintains an ethical stance against corporate control over the media, especially hip-hop record labels.
For more information about their work, check the following Wikipedia article.
ALBUM RELEASES AND COLLABORATIONS
Secondly, they released three albums “Let’s Get Free” (2000), “Revolutionary But Gangsta” (2004), and “Information Age” (2012) as well as several mixtapes.
In 2006, the group collaborated with the three remaining members of The Outlawz band on the ‘Can’t Sell Dope Forever’ song. A second track, ‘Soldier 2 Soldier’ is the result of a joint record between Stic.man and Young Noble.
HEALTHY LIFESTYLE PROMOTION
Furthermore, both artists promote healthy eating and exercise.
LIVE CONCERT RECORDINGS
Since you are expecting to listen to them, I will share with you videos of their live concert at The Sugar Club, Dublin 2 on Friday 24th October 2014.
The place was packed! The artists interact a lot with the audience.
I won’t ramble too much. So, check their four live concert videos!
Finally, if you like their music: