Ra’s Al Ghul – The FREE Hip Hop Concept Album

Frank John James writes;

Loosely based on the DC comic book villain, traditionally found opposite Batman. I take you inside the mind of a man trying to balance good and evil, hoping to bring an end to suffering through any means necessary. About midway through, I spend four tracks paying homage to the origins story found in the 1992 comic “Birth of the Demon”.

I always felt he had a point, and this album is to prove that point.

I am Frank John James, MC/Producer. Sort of a Hip Hop Hippie who in times of frustration will easily empathize with the villain Ra’s al Ghul. I did a short 15-track, 32 minute album based on this, paying homage to the character’s origins story, while shaping him into a character many would root for.

Immediate download of 15-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.

Free Download

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The Demon 02:34
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LA 02:50
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Hands Up 01:52
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