V.A. - Who's To Blame

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‘WHO’S TO BLAME’ is part of ‘NOT ON THESE STREETS’, a weapons awareness online resource strand created by Access moving Image and the young people of Leeds. The strand consists of music videos and documentary films exploring the issue of gun & knife crime viewable online. The whole project is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime.

The beats were produced by J - MILLION (Jemal Cohen). All artists collaborating on the track are part of the Leeds based urban music collective CAG (Cover All Grounds). CAG are K-One, J-Million, Dreadman, and J Bravo. CAG are an innovative collective who have collaborated on tracks with Witty Boy and other up and coming British urban artists. Biographies of all the featured artists along with a free downloadable MP3 of the track can be found on our myspace page

http://www.myspace.com/notonthesestreets

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2009  00s  V.A.  Hip-Hop

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Artist: V.A.
Video title: Who's To Blame

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