The Visionaries

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This article is about the hip hop band. For other uses, see Visionaries.

The Visionaries is an underground hip hop crew from Los Angeles, California. The crew formed in 1995, and have since released four full-length albums on Up Above Records. The crew's six members have collectively released over twenty solo and side projects. They have collaborated and performed with many other hip-hop artists, including Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Common, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Dilated Peoples, De La Soul, Blackalicious, Jean Grae, Psycho Realm, Jay Dee aka J Dilla, and Jurassic 5. If You Can't Say Love is a single made famous by the video game Blitz: The League and is from their Pangaea album.

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Solo Projects[edit]

  • 2Mex (aka SonGodSuns)
    • Words Knot Music (2000)
    • B Boys in Occupied Mexico (2001; re-issue 2005)
    • Sweat Lodge Infinite (2003)
    • Self Titled (2004)
    • (As SonGodSuns) Over the Counter Culture (2005)
    • My Fanbase Will Destroy You (2010)
  • LMNO
    • Leave My Name Out (2000)
    • Collision (2003)
    • Economic Food Chain Music (2004)
    • This EP Reminds me of '93 (2004)
    • P's & Q's (2005)
    • Work Ethic (2007)
    • Selective Hearing (2008) collaboration with Kev Brown
    • Let Em Know (2009)
    • Devilish Dandruff with Holy Shampoo (2009)
    • Push That Work (2010)
    • Fonk Garden (2010)
    • Next in Line (2010)
    • Selective Hearing Part 2 (2010) collaboration with Kev Brown
    • Determined to Fly (2010)
    • Banger Management (2010)
    • Tripping On This Journey (2010)
    • Blessing in Disguise (2010) collaboration with KeyKool & 2Mex
    • No Apologies (2010)
    • LMNO is Dead (2010)
    • Born again (2011)
    • It All Adds Up (2012)
    • After the Fact (2013)
    • Preparanoia (2014)
  • Lord Zen and Dannu (known together as Writer's Block)
    • En Route (2001)
    • Next Stop (2005)
  • R.ēL.Z.M. aka "Lord Zen"
    • 50.5.10 (2007) with band LVX Collective
    • Love D'LVX (2009) with band LVX Collective
    • Wakefull Dead (2007) collaboration with producer DeeSkee
  • Key Kool & Rhettmatic
    • Kozmonautz (1995)
  • DJ Rhettmatic:
    • Kozmonautz (with Key Kool) (1995)
    • World Famous Beat Junkies Vol 2. - DJ Rhettmatic (with the Beat Junkies) (1999)
    • Exclusive Collection (2004)
    • "Crown Royale" (with Buff1) (2010)
  • Dannu:
    • Virgo Summer (2011)

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