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Black Prophetz - Butterflies (World Peace) MP3 [Digital Jukebox]
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Written by TJ.Mackinson   
Sunday, 02 March 2014
Black Prophetz - Butterflies (World Peace) MP3 [Digital Jukebox]The Prophetz has gone and done it again with this smash hit entitled Butterflies which was originally a song created by the Soul Garden many years ago with the same title. It features the legendary Afrika Bambaataa who used it as an opening for his True School radio show on WHCR in Harlem, NYC. Sure Shot seems to be on that political tip again this year as we've only just recovered from the last single call "What the F##".

The video is very different but just as, in fact, even more effective and hard hitting this time round. What's good about the works of the video is that it addresses some serious key issues globally including some topics some rappers find difficult to address.

When asked about the track, Sure Shot had this to say, "[its] A fabulous track with some good beats, no guns and gold required here, Just straight up knowledge and edutainment". The song is out on March-2014 and will be available from all usual sources including: iTunes and Vevo etc.

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