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  • Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Art Of War WW III
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    Bone Thugs N Harmony- “The Art of WWIII”- (Retro Album Review)

    Bone Thugs N Harmony caught listeners’ ears with their first full length album E 1999 Eternal in 1995. Piloted by the chart rising singles “First of tha Month” and “Crossroads” the LP itself was anything but radio friendly. The seventeen track record was brooding in tone and lyrics, a masterpiece of production that was heightened by top notch, rapid paced delivery that ...

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  • The Internet - "Ego Death" (Album Review)
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    The Internet – “Ego Death” (Album Review)

    The Internet’s newest album Ego Death is one smooth R&B/soul/neo soul ride, filled with colorful stories and infectious, lush instrumentation. The Internet is a soul band consisting of former Odd Future members Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians, as well as Jameel Bruner, Patrick Paige, Christopher A. Smith, and Steve Lacy. First off, black artists in music have just been getting it ...

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  • Vince Staples- "Summertime '06"- (Album Review)
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    Vince Staples – “Summertime ’06” – (Album Review)

    Released just three days short of Long Beach representative Vince Staples’ twenty second birthday, the debut album from up and coming MC Vince Staples (after four mixtapes released from 2011-2014 and an EP released last year entitled Hell Can Wait), Summertime ’06, showcases the young artist as a master of music which evokes anger, sorrow, heartache and sheer funk. From the cinematic, ...

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  • Stevie Stone - "Malta Bend"- (Album Review)
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    Stevie Stone – “Malta Bend”- (Album Review)

    The fourth album from Strange Music artist Stevie Stone, Malta Bend, carries on the tradition of consistently high quality, immensely re-listenable music. The collection of six often long skits (that in the stereotypical legacy of far too many Rap records are song-length skits where people either call the artist and leave a message or we listen to them converse over the phone) ...

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