Third Power - We, You, I FLAC album
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Third Power is the third studio album by American hip hop disc jockey DJ Drama, released on October 11, 2011. It marks his first album not to be released in the Gangsta Grillz series, after his previous two studio albums Gangsta Grillz: The Album (2007) and Gangsta Grillz: The Album (Vol. 2) (2009). Featured guests on the album include Fabolous, Wiz Khalifa, Roscoe Dash, Freddie Gibbs, Young Jeezy, Wale, J. Cole, Chris Brown, Pusha T, French Montana, Crooked I, .
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Popular Songs of Artist/Band. The Third Power - Gettin' Together. The Third Power - Won't Beg Anymore. The Third Power - Snow. The Third Power - Crystalline Chandelier. The Third Power - We, You, I. The Third Power. Nacho Picasso - Critics. Keaton Henson - Metaphors. The Record Company - You And Me Now. The Record Company - I'm Changing. The Record Company - Night Games.
The Third Power Tracklist. Never See You Again by DJ Drama (Ft. Talia Coles & Wale) Lyrics. Playin' With Fire (Ft. Jungle Brothers) Lyrics. About The Third Power. The Third Power Q&A. Everything I Want To Say. What We Are. Show all albums by Material. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.
The Third Power is a 1991 album by the New York based music group Material. The album mixes reggae. funk, dub and rap music .
Initially, the album was set to be titled Gangsta Grillz: The Album (Vol. 3), continuing the sequential titles of his previous two releases: however, in an interview at the BET Awards on July 8, 2011, he revealed that he had changed the album's title to Third Power. In a press release, DJ Drama spoke about how he felt the album was his best to date: he felt it was his "biggest and best yet" and that it represents three generations of hip-hop: "the music I came up on, the movements that I was a part of, and a whole new generation of Hip-Hop that is changing the face.