K'naan

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  • hip-hop
  • african
  • rap
  • canadian
  • hip hop
K'naan (Keinaan, meaning traveller in Somali, born 1978) is a Somali-Canadian poet and hip-hop artist. Born in Mogadishu, at age 13 he left for New York City with his mother and brother and finally settled in the Rexdale neighbourhood of Toronto. In 2001 K'naan performed in Geneva at the 50th anniversary of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. In 2005, he performed with DobaCaracol during the Live 8 concert in Barrie, Ontario. His full-length debut album, The Dusty Foot Philosopher, was released in 2005.

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Songs

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    15 Minutes Away

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    ABC's (Chubb Rock Remix)

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    ABC's (feat. Chubb Rock)

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    America (feat. Mos Def & Chali 2na)

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    Bang Bang (feat. Adam Levine)

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    Be Free

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    Biscuit

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    Blues for the Horn

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    Boxin' My Shadow

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    Boxing My Shadow

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    By the End of the Day

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    Diaspora

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    Does It Really Matter

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    Dreamer

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    Fatima

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    Fire in Freetown

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    For Mohamound (Soviet)

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    Freestyle

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    Hoobaale

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    I Come Prepared (feat. Damian Marley)

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    I Was Stabbed by Satan

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    If Rap Gets Jealous

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    If Rap Gets Jealous (feat. Kirk Hammett)

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    In the Beginning

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    Is Anybody Out There? (feat. Nelly Furtado)

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    Is Anybody Out There? (feat. Nelly Furtado) (Cutmore Radio Edit)

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    Is It a Myth?

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    Moment

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    My God

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    My Life Is a Movie

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    My Mothers Pearls

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    My Old Home

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    People Like Me

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    Run for Cover

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    Salaam (interlude)

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    Smile

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    Somalia

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    Soobax

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    Spoken Love

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    Spoken Thought

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    Strugglin'

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    T.I.A.

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    Take a Minute

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    The African Way

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    The African Way (feat. Mwafrika)

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    The Dusty Foot Philosopher

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    Until the Lion Learns to Speak

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    Voices at the Crossroads

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    Voices in My Head

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    Wa Salaam (interlude)


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