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Belief: Discography
...as of March 2010

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1. Scarub. Mary Joy Records (Japan). Song title: Shadows. Album title: Heavenbound.
2. Scarub. Mary Joy Records (Japan). Song title: Freak What You Feel. Album title: Tags of the Times vol. 2 (compilation).
3. Murs. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Hard Work (1st single – A-side). Album Title: The End of the Beginning.
4. Murs. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Brotherly Love (2nd single – B-side)
Album Title: The End of the Beginning.
5. Murs. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: What do You Know? Album title: The End of the Beginning.
6. Murs. Released independently. Song title: Belief’s Blues. E.P. title: Varsity Blues.
7. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: The Essence (1st single, A-side). Album title: Ravipops.
8. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Elephant Guns (1st single, B-Side). Album title: Ravipops.
9. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Thug Melody. Album title: Ravipops.
10. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: 3 Card Molly. Album title: Ravipops.
11. Jean Grae. Baby Grande Records. Song title: Haters Anthem (1st single/ dirty version remix). Co-produced by Ruddy Rock. Album title: The Bootleg of the Bootleg EP.
12. Jean Grae. Baby Grande Records. Song title: Not Like Me. Album title: This Week.
13. Jean Grae. Baby Grande Records. Song title: Wateva. Album Title: This Week.
14. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: We Live (Belief Mix). Album title: The Black Samurai EP.
15. El-P feat. Cage. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Oxycontin Pt. II. Album title: Definitive Jux Presents Volume III.
16. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Street Reppin (feat. Vordul Mega) (first single b-side). Album title: Year of the Beast.
17. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Music TakeOva. Album title: Year of the Beast.
18. C-Rayz Walz. Definitive Jux Recordings. Song title: Pink (feat. Jean Grae). Album title: Year of the Beast.
19. Vordul Mega. Nature Sounds. Song title: Believe (feat. Jean Grae) (2nd single A-side). Album title: The Revolution of Yung Havocs.
20. Vordul Mega. Nature Sounds. Song title: Stay Up (2nd single b-side). Album title: The Revolution of Yung Havocs.
21. Vordul Mega. Nature Sounds. Song title: Blade. Album title: The Revolution of Yung Havocs.
22. Vordul Mega. Nature Sounds. Song title: Hell Yeah. Album title: The Revolution of Yung Havocs.
23. Vordul Mega. Nature Sounds. Song title: Megallah. Album title: The Revolution of Yung Havocs.
24. Vordul Mega. Nature Sounds. Song title: Pray. Album title: The Revolution of Yung Havocs.
25. Vordul Mega. Sandbox Automatic. Song title: Mad Buttons. Album title: Yung World.
26. Vordul Mega. Sandbox Automatic. Song title: Chillin with My Knuckles. Album title: Yung World.
27. Vordul Mega. Sandbox Automatic. Song title: Whats Your Life. Album title: Yung World.
28. Wordsworth. Halftooth Records. Song title: Fast Lane. Album title: Mirror Music.
29. Talib Kweli feat. Ghostface Killah. Blacksmith. Song title: So Hood. Album title: The beautiful Mixtape Volume II.
30. Wordsworth. Kwerk Records. Song title: It Aint You. Album title: Nicci Cheeks Presents: HipHopLoveJazz.
31. Sumkid Majere. Kwerk Records. Song title: Greens. Album title: Nicci Cheeks Presents: HipHopLoveJazz.
32. Pudge. Kwerk Records. Song title: Mona Lisa. Album title: Nicci Cheeks Presents: HipHopLoveJazz.
33. 3 Melancholy Gypsies. Legendary Music. Song title: The Countdown. Album Title: Grand Caravan to the Rim of the World.
34. Belief feat. Murs, C-Rayz Walz, Vordul Mega and Wordsworth. Worker B Records. Album title: Dedication.
35. Hanif Jamiyl. Bukarance Records. Song title: Insatiable Rose. Album title: Krushed Grapes.
36. Hanif Jamiyl. Bukarance Records. Song title: Alone. Album title: Krushed Grapes.
37. Hanif Jamiyl. Bukarance Records. Song title: Lonely Girl. Album title: Krushed Grapes.
38. Hanif Jamiyl. Bukarance Records. Song title: She Got It All. Album title: Krushed Grapes.
39. Hanif Jamiyl. Bukarance Records. Song title: Yummy. Album title: Krushed Grapes.
40. Invincible. Emergence. Song title: Ransom Notes. Album title: Shapeshifters.
41. Julius Smith. Universal Japan. Song title: Fast Lane. Album Title: G-Step Tha Best Vol. 5.
42. Julius Smith. Universal Japan. Song title: Fast Lane. Album Title: G-Step Tha Best Vol. 5.
43. Hanif Jamiyl. Universal Japan. Song title:

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Belief’s musical roots lie in the soil of the era that birthed him: the early/mid’90s underground hip-hop renaissance of his hometown, Los Angeles, CA. He was only 13 when the music of groups like The Pharcyde, Freestyle Fellowship and Hieroglyphics spurred him to start DJing and making beats, a mere couple of years before he found himself in high school alongside Eligh and Murs of West Coast underground trailblazers Living Legends. Many bedroom songs and a couple of crews later, he moved to New York City at age 17 to attend NYU and officially pursue a career in music. "I wanted my sound to incorporate the New York experience," he says nine years later of his relocation to the Mecca of urban music. From there, his story is all in his production credits: "Hater’s Anthem" from NY femcee Jean Grae’s 2003 Bootleg Of The Bootleg EP and "Not Like Me" from her ’05 album This Week; "Gods Work" and "Brotherly Love" from Murs’ ’03 End Of The Beginning album; "Street Reppin" from Bronx freestyle king C-Rayz Walz’s ’05 album Year Of The Beast; "Believe" and "Stay Up" from Cannibal Ox member Vordul Mega's Revolution Of Yung Havoks, to name just a few. His years spent honing his sound in the parallel rap universes of LA and NYC shoulder to shoulder with some of the most promising talents of the current generation of underground emcees is evident in his beats: equal parts West and East-influenced, underground by nature - yet doused in a distinctly mainstream sensibility. "I envision myself infiltrating and influencing the mainstream music market,” Belief says. “I want hits. Hopefully I can help to inspire millions with meaningful music."
On June 20, Belief will take a large step in that direction with the release of his debut album, the aptly-titled Dedication, slated for release on his own imprint, Worker B Records. A collaboration album of sorts between him and longtime friends Murs, C-Rayz, Vordul and Lyricist Lounge alum Wordsworth – with a special guest appearance from none other than D.I.T.C. veteran A.G. on “Getyourmindright” - Dedication succeeds on several levels - showcasing Belief’s skills as a beatsmith, instrumentalist, and producer, and living up to its name threefold as a testament to his devotion to his craft, his good friends who he came up with, and the artform that has given his life so much purpose.