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Panthers (song)

"Panthers"
The Last Poets
Released April 21, 2004
Format 12-inch single, Vinyl
Genre Political hip hop
Length 4:35
Label Counterflow Recordings
Producer Will Roberson

Common singles chronology
"Come Close"
(2002)
"Panthers"
(2004)
"The Food"
(2004)
Dead Prez singles chronology
"Radio Freq"
(2003)
"Panthers"
(2004)
"Hell Yeah (Pimp the System)"
(2004)
The Last Poets singles chronology
"It's a Trip"
(2000)
"Panthers"
(2004)
"The Corner"
(2005)

"Panthers" is a single by hip hop artists Common and Dead Prez as well as spoken word group The Last Poets. It was released on April 21, 2004 by Counterflow Recordings, but is not found on any full length albums. It is produced by Will Roberson, but later remixed by Illmind, Manuvers and Tony Galvin. The song contains Afrocentric lyrics and derives its title from the Black Panther Party, a pro-Black political group.

Track listing

A-side

  1. "Panthers (Clean)"
  2. "Panthers (Instrumental)"
  3. "Panthers (Tony Galvin Remix)"
  4. "Panthers (Tony Galvin Remix Instrumental)"

B-side

  1. "Panthers (Illmind Remix)"
  2. "Panthers (Manuvers Mix)"
  3. "Panthers (Illmind Remix Instrumental)"
  4. "Panthers (Manuvers Remix Instrumental)"

See also

  • List of Common songs


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