Tha Feelstyle - Break It To Pieces download album
Break It To Pieces by Tha Feelstyle, released 12 June 2014 1. Su'Ga Ea 2. Feels Like Forever 3. Outside Enclosure 4. Tha Medicine 5. 6. Leave It At That 7. AS Momentum Pushes 8. Su'amalie (Album Version) 9. Savage Feel 10. Le Amatega 11. Guided By Voices 12. Going Home 13. Enlightenment Piece 14. If Only She Knew 15. Evotia 16. When The Dust Settles 17. Break It To Pieces. Tha Feelstyle is the stage name of award-winning hip hop artist Kas Futialo, a New Zealander of Samoan descent. Contact Tha Feelstyle. Streaming and Download help.
Artwork – Andrew B. White, Andy Morton, Charlie McPhee, Grant Osbourne, Tha Feelstyle. Lead Vocals – Tha Feelstyle. Mixed By – Andy Morton. Producer – Andy Morton. Break It To Pieces (2xLP, Gat). Festival Mushroom Records, Can't Stop Music (2). 338131.
Complete your Feelstyle collection. One of the most over looked NZ hip hop albums of all time. The style of beats definitley leans in a jazz, funk directon with reggae moments also. On speaking with Kaz ( Tha Feelstyle ) today he said under 100 LP's pressed.
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Artist: Tha Feelstyle Title: Break It To Pieces Year Of Release: 2004 Label: Can't Stop Music Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap, Freestyle Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. Su'ga Ea ! (4:03) 02. Feels Like Forever (4:16) 03. Outside Enclosure (4:58) 04. Tha Medicine (3:41) 05. u (1:20) 06.
Tha Feelstyle is the stage name of award-winning hip hop artist Kas Futialo, a New Zealander of Samoan descent. His first album was Break It To Pieces in 2004. Tha Feelstyle was born in Samoa and moved to New Zealand in the 1980s. Tha Feelstyle entered his first rap competition in 1987 and under the name of RIQ was part of the Wellington hip hop duo Rough Opinion with Samoan rapper .
Tha Feelstyle, up against both Scribe and Dei Hamo, won best Pacific hip-hop artist and best Pacific male artist for his album, Break it to Pieces. He also won best Pacific song for Su'amalie/Ain't Mad At You which was up against Ardijah's Journey (Aere'anga) and Getting Stronger by Adeaze.