The Niyat – Raxus Prime Mixtape

By August 19, 2009 December 8th, 2015 Mixtapes, Music, Premiere


The Niyat are D-ology aka Dr Mindbender, Khalif aka Synatto Watts, Snap aka Red Clay and sometimes Tabu.

The Niyat “Vendetta Intro” produced by Madlib
[audio:http://www.rappersiknow.com/media/theniyat/Vendetta.mp3]

The Niyat “We Are” produced by Wapp D
[audio:http://www.rappersiknow.com/media/theniyat/We Are.mp3]

The Niyat “Iraqnoid Ninjahz” featuring Tabu, produced by I.V. League
[audio:http://www.rappersiknow.com/media/theniyat/Iraqnoid Ninjahz featuring Tabu.mp3]

The Niyat “Only One” featuring Damien & Big Mon as The Legendary K.O./K-otix, D. Rose, & Kay of The Foundation, produced by King Coz
[audio:http://www.rappersiknow.com/media/rappersiknow/There Can Only Be One.mp3]


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Tracklist

1. Vendetta Intro (over by Madlib)
2. Fear Con (produced by Mirawge)
3. Us (produced by Mirawge)
4. Do”s & Don”ts (produced by Mirawge)
5. Aintcha featuring K-Rino (over by Sid Roams)
6. We Are produced (by Wapp D)
7. Autocracy produced (by The ARE)
8. Box Kutta 2 featuring Tabu (produced by The ARE)
9. Fly Away (over Kev Brown)
10. My Range featuring Mirawge best online casino (over Flying Lotus)
11. Time featuring Masked Marauder (produced by Mirawge)
12. Pimpin” featuring Tabu (produced by Damien)
13. Iraqnoid Ninjahz featuring Tabu (produced by I.V. League)
14. Say What
15. Beware (over Black Milk)
16. Prototype (produced by Mirawge)
17. Primitive Damage featuring Flow Factory (produced by Damien)
18. Sunburnt featuring Perseph 1 (produced by Mirawge)
19. Only One featuring Damien & Big Mon as The Legendary K.O./K-otix, D. Rose & Kay of The Foundation (produced by King Coz)
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  1. Powerful words and brilliant music. I am currently a high school student at Willowridge H.S. of houston, Tx. My school is in a low state at the moment. Inspiration/motivation seems to a problem. So I got a production/documentary approved. Maybe you could do a small performance, that would be a blessing. I am doing many collaborative things with speakers, the students, administrative figures, and political figures.

    The central goal of conducting this production is to reach into students with the goals of elders, thus, from a student’s perspective. Lets create learning experiences that last. This would build a vibe of my fellow peers to express themselves with enjoyment, and influence them to start the school year off with a “BOOM.” Touching on some subjects as getting to class on time, preparing for the TAKS, anti-drama related issues, and other subjects inspire to better themselves. So in simple terms, this is a production for the beginning of the school year to inspire the students to make it the best “positive” year at Willowridge High School.

    To me I think that students would learn different ideas better in the areas or disciplines where their abilities lie. “The key for teachers, and for students, is to find that “sweet spot,” where learning is the wonderful challenge that inspires us to do more than simply make sauce the same way we’ve always made it.”( Fariss Samarrai). Incorporating music, their verbal opinion, and basic skills that the administrators and teachers try to instill are good ways of bringing in the students in a positive way. Producing many segments of interviews from the students, and their feelings on High School life will help us better understand how the “students” feel. Many students, though we see their actions as behavior issues, they are simply acts of saying, “please keep me productive, give me something in my interest.” I thoroughly understand that we have programs in the school, from the football team, wings, band, DECA, etc., but I feel as though we can reach further. We as a school can emphasize more on versatility that is contrasting to the common athletic sense. Expand on the fine arts department, and produce more creative activities that could cater to a vast majority of the students. Economically, of course, I am well aware of our budgets, but if it is in favor of creating a more productive high school, I am willing to start whatever I have to to help keep this idea intact. I care for the students on a basis of how they feel, and what I could do as a fellow student to help find the product that is causing this bothersome issue. From this production, you can look into the eyes of the “Willowridge” students, not documentaries from HBO or any other broadcasting show, but directly where we spend the majority of our interaction at. I am hoping this is something you feel as though is beneficial, and also I would hope that this is an idea that would grab the students attention. We need a different kind of change, and this would be the start of a more productive future.

  2. DROW1 says:

    argh! file is not available! any body got an alternate link please?

  3. DROW1 says:

    got it…good looks..

  4. Sp says:

    WOW I was sleeping on this…. “Many rappers spit it, but is it vivid????” – OH SNAP!!!!!! -Sp

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  6. ethan says:

    solid, thank you

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    Please re-upload this mixtape!

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