"I refuse to watch like a pretty girl who can't speak / beautiful resistance when my poem hits the beat."

Mystic
english (Oakland/California)
www.thatgirlmystic.com
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singles|online releases:

(featuring Talib Kweli & Kam) The Life (Remix) (12”, 2001)

No Competition/That’s Right (12”, 2003)

The Forecast (12”, 2004)

OK…Allright (2006)

(features Big Dro) Choose One (???)

 

Current Events (12”, 2001):

A-Side

1. Current Events

2. Current Events (Instrumental);

B-Side

1. Ghetto Bird,

2. Ghetto Bird (Instrumental)

 

Elusive Freedom/The Judas Factor (12”, 2001):

A-Side

1. Elusive Freedom (Radio),

2. Elusive Freedom (Street),

3. Elusive Freedom (Instrumental);

B-Side

1. The Judas Factor (Street),

2. The Judas Factor (Radio), The Judas Factor (Acapella)

 

Cuts For Luck and Scars For Freedom (2001):

1. Intro,

2. Ghetto Birds,

3. Neptune’s Jewels,

4. The Gottas,

5. The Life,

6. Once A Week,

7. Dave Ghetto,

8. Forever And A Day,

9. D Boy,

10. You Say I Say,

11. A Dream,

12. W,

13. Fallen Angels,

14. Girlfriend Sistagirl,

15. Fatherless Child,

16. OK…Alright,

17. Spoken Peace,

18. Destiny Complete

 

Cuts For Luck And Scars For Freedom (re-release) (2003):

1. Breathe (Better Days, featuring Donell Jones),

2. Be Free,

3. W.,

4. The Life,

5. The Gottas,

6. Here We Are (featuring Mos Def),

7. Ghetto Birds,

8. Forever And A Day,

9. Neptune’s Jewels,

10. You Say, I Say,

11. Fallen Angels,

12. Dave Ghetto,

13. Girlfriend Sistagirl,

14. Fatherless Child,

15. Ghetto Lullaby,

16. Spoken Peace,

17. No Competition

 

 

Beautiful Resistance (2014):

1. Mommalove (intro) ft EmonFela

2. Absence of Color ft. Hezekiah

3. Where I’m From (The Anthem)

4. Clean Paper

5. Beautiful Resistance

6. Intermission

7. Cali Crusin’

8. Higher Ground

9. Reach Out for Me

10. Eyes of Diamonds (a fairytales)

11. Country Roads

12. Worth Saving

13. Grown (Lushly Bangin’) ft Eligh

14. Payback (la la la)

15. Love, mommalove (outro)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mystic puts in perspective the need for female MCs to charge their music sexually through their body appearance. “Where My Girls At? EP#3, 2011: