9/11 changed everything...Even hip hop. Addek returns for his solo debut with an explosively controversial new release on the independent new label Realityhiphop.com. Addek enlists the production of Top Independent Producers Apostle P.K. and Embassy Record's Robert S. Hip Hop 9/11 grips listeners from the politically charged intro all the way to the subliminal hidden track. With Guest appearances from Organized Entertainment's Speax, these M.C.'s are making the industry take a serious look at independent artists and the lyrical threat they pose. Addek takes it away on Critikal Timez as he sends a call out to all, evoking a warrior spirit with prophetical rhymes reminiscent of the great NAZ. Da A double D aims to be a crowd pleaser with fast paced baseline, catchy rhymes and addictive chorus, courtesy of Vocalist Renee H. Soulja Ragz demonstrates Tampa's Atlanta influence with Lil John inspired mania that evokes an uncontrollable bounce from listeners. Stayondamove takes you on a lyrical journey into the hustle of the independent game over a synth induced hook that you can't help but sing along with. Addek pours some painful memories over an empathetic chorus on Reason 2 Cry 4 Me. Overall this has been labeled the most influential release since 2pac's makaveli. "Another one of hip hop's greatest M.C.'s has entered the game, this time he chooses an independent label." A catalyst to the new neo-soul progressive shift in Hip Hop, Don't be the last to hear Hip Hop 9/11, An undeniable underground classic!