"....What doesn’t kill you will make you stronger, and if it doesn’t you’re already dead. This is Darwinism 101, the strong survive and the weak dies or learns to surround itself with the strong. Funny how all systems mimic that of the human body, from computers all the way to air conditioners, every system mimics the perfection of the human system. The same thing can be said about social system. Survival of the fittest mimics the survival of the body. What doesn’t kill you makes your body stronger. If you get chicken pox you’ll never get it again, you’re too strong for it. The scars we develop are tougher, thicker, and smoother than the skin before it. Beginning guitar players may complain about sensitive fingertips, but those strong enough to keep at it will soon develop callus that will protect them from irritation. These are all literal examples of “new flesh”, but like I said “The New Flesh” is less literal.
A woman dates an abusive man whose sole purpose is to beat and torture her. She survives the relationship, and not in the sense that she gets out of it alive, but rather she learns from it like the animals learn to adapt to climate change. It’s one thing to find a hiding place in colder climates, yes this can be seen as survival, but a woman that learns to never let another man hurt her like that again—now that’s like growing fur and becoming something brand new. That’s evolution. When she learns to love herself and choose to love those who will return it, she has become the new flesh. This is what “The New Flesh” means. It’s about being stronger in every sense of the word"
released February 22, 2011
8,14 additional vocals by Grace K
1 prod. by Coole High and Thinker, 2. prod. by The Aqua League, 3,7 prod. by DJ Flow, 4,5,13,14 prod. by Coole High, 6. prod. by Spills, 8,10,11 prod. by Thinker, 9. prod. by J57, 12 prod. by J Monopoly, 15 prod. by KO Beatz, 16 prod. by Dr. Khil , 14 additional bass provided by Kyle McEwan, guitar by Harold Mccummings
Top $ Raz album "The New Flesh"
Executive produced by Coole High and Terrence "Thinker" Kelly
Recorded and Mix by Mic Blaque for Rhythm & Lyrics Studios
Mastered by Alejandro "Sosa" Tello Jr.
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