An Islamic/Afrocentric rapper, Divine Styler began his business profession with Ice-T’s Rhyme Syndicate label; he documented two albums, 1989’s Term Power and 1991’s Spiral Wall space Including Autumns of Light, that highly favored lyrical advancement over musical difficulty. After many years off-record, he installed using the SoleSides category of performers and produced features for Varieties of Beyond, Everlast, the Defeat Junkies, and Quannum. He also documented his third recording, Wordpower, Vol. 2: Directrix, to get a 1999 re-release.
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|Cheaper by the Dozen||2003||lyrics: "People Come Together" - as M. Safiyullah|
|Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme||2000||Documentary||Himself|
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