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Snoop Dogg - Ego Trippin'

Posted 06-20-2008 at 05:50 PM by Edgar Erebus
Updated 06-20-2008 at 05:56 PM by Edgar Erebus
GENERAL REVIEW

Although he didn't have enough force to pull off an album without guest appearances (as he first intended), he did keep guest appearances on the minimum. He was also "overseeing" the music of the album with teaming with living legends of rap beatmaking, DJ Quik and Teddy Riley - "QDT Music". Wow, too good to be true!

And it is too good to be true. Quik, Teddy and Snoop did produce the large part of the record - including all better songs...
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Slim T's Album Reviews Blog

Posted 06-20-2008 at 01:30 PM by Edgar Erebus
I decided to write here my in-depth, objective and rigorous reviews of rap albums of todays and of past (depending on how I feel like).

One love.
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Rootz

Posted 06-18-2008 at 04:55 PM by BornPower
Black Thought is so underrated. Since 93(?) he's been blazin as the lead vocals for the collective of The Roots. To be honest, I just got up on them when they put out What They Do (the video was a great parody) and the first album I bought was Game Theory (I had the album with Don't Say Nuthin, but it disappeared...) and I just got Rising Down. This shit is FEEEENOMINAAAAAAAL. One question: why all of a sudden are there so many guest spots?
Either way I love it. Much more listenable than...
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American Shaolin

Posted 06-15-2008 at 01:34 PM by BornPower
I just reread this book I bought a few months ago (I read so many books, I reread them later and it's almost like the first time. how many? I can read a 400 page book in a few hours...do the math) called American Shaolin. This white boy gets into an Ivy League school and drops out to travel to Xiaolin to study kungfu.
I learned that kungfu was actually developed as a sort of exercise for the monks so that their muscles wouldn't turn to mush (like our cubicle dwellers do) but now the emphasis...
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Titles [cont.]

Posted 06-11-2008 at 08:31 PM by BornPower
A chinese man once tried to explain the concepts of the yin and the yang to me. Imagine trying to explain the difference between Ghost and Raekwon to a Nigerian that doesn't listen to hip hop. It was almost that frustrating to him.
I felt dummmm, so I did some research.
The yin and the yang are actually one simple concept that we (as westerners) are constantly trying to dissassemble when the concept of the yin and yang (the SINGULAR concept) reflects the completeness, the symmetry,...
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