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Divine Design is the fourth album by hip hop artist Jeru the Damaja. It is produced by Ed Dantez and Luis "Sabor" Tineo as opposed Jeru's earlier albums which were produced by DJ Premier and Jeru himself. It was not a critical success contrasting with Jeru's first two albums and similar to Heroz4Hire, it did not chart or have any charting singles. It features no guest appearances and Jeru does not try promoting colleagues such as Afu-Ra and Miz Marvel on the album.
He has worked extensively with Guru and DJ Premier of Gang Starr, whom he has known since he was in high school.
12. Dirty Wrath Of The Math by Jeru The Damaja. The Sun Rises In The East by Jeru The Damaja. View all albums . About.
Intro Lyrics ?) dignity and the heritage of our youth Instead of continuously exposing our youth To negative media that distorts their image Of male-female relationships That undermines the stability of our families Communities and nation by encouraging violence Abuse, and sex as acceptable behaviors And perpetuates the cycle. Written By Jeru The Damaja. 16. Divine Design (Missing Lyrics).
Jeru is extremely talented with his lyrics. This album does not disappoint. Also check out Wrath of the Math (arguably his best work). The best songs on this album: Logical, Rasta Powers, Divine Design, Praise the Lord. All of the songs are great, those are just the top. More By Jeru the Damaja.