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There's no doubt that the time is ripe for Chuck D to emerge again as one of the most strident voices in hip hop, and he's teamed up here with another of outspoken MC, Paris, for another of their 21st century salvos. Unlike the other PE efforts that have surfaced this album bristles with some of ... CD
The massive second album by PE – and the one where where the hit their full creative stride, and their politics and philosphy hit at full force – moving Public Enemy from an imposing threat to both the hip hop and pop music status quo to a straight up cultural phenomenon! There's ... CD
A full length collabo from Nas & Damien "Jr Gong" Marley – who've worked together in the past on a track two – and overall it's a win that goes well beyond simple hip hop/dancehall fusion! The duo samples Mulatu, collaborate with K'Naan , Dennis Brown, Stephen Marley and ... CD
Ok, it's not underground at all, but to our ears this is one of the best LP's of 2001. The only commercial LP with true hip hop production (he could afford to pay for the samples...) and honestly, better production than most underground LP's. (The only unfortunate thing about the LP is that as ... CD
Includes the hit "I'll Bee Dat!", "Well All Rite Cha" featuring Method Man, "Da Goodness" featuring Busta Rhymes, "Da Da DaHHH", "Down South Funk" featuring Erick Sermon and Keith Murray, "Close Ya Doorz", "Let Da Monkey Out", ... CD
Ghostface (just Ghostface, thank you) drops his first set of tracks for his new home at Def Jam. Ghost is still probably our favorite solo Wu Tang MC, and if Pretty Toney isn't the bonafide classic that the Ironman and Supreme Clientele albums are, it's still great to have him out there with new ... CD
Hip hop's reigning kings of longevity The Roots deliver another great album with Undun – we'd have to think it's entirely uncompromising and they're doing exactly what they want to do on this album – if you thought their day (eh, latenight) job would would bring their album work into ... CD