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God's Son

CD (Item 503416) Columbia, 2002 — Condition: Used
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Nas reminded the world that he was still one of the best MCs alive with Stillmatic, imperfections of the album aside, and he does one better with God's Son! Again, it's imperfect when compared to Illmatic (that bar's pretty high), but the best singles on God's Son are dynamite, and you can listen to the LP all the way through. 14 tracks in all: "The Cross", ""Made You Look", "Hey Nas", "Thugz Mansion (NY)", "Revolutionary Warfare", "Get Down", "The Last Real N***** Alive", "Zone Out", "I Can", "Book Of Rhymes", "Mastermind", "Warrior Song", "Dance" and "Heaven".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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