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    I wanna pick this up Priest is the man my favorite outa the Wu-Fam. Is Hell Razah in this group?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWelshKillaBee
    I wanna pick this up Priest is the man my favorite outa the Wu-Fam. Is Hell Razah in this group?
    yeah it's Hell Razah, Priest, William Cooper, Tragedy Khadafi, Timbo King.


    Anyways, I'm hesitant to call this album classic... and even if it was good enough, the damn album is only like a year old!
    - The lyricism on this album is just the best out there for what's been released for the past few years.
    - William Cooper and Tragedy surprised me quite a bit, in my mind they weren't lagging THAT far behind.
    - I don't care what anyone says Killah Priest (my fav. rapper, nevermind just wu fam) destroys the mic on this album.
    - The production overall was pretty good, but not only needed better beats, but some of them sounded too similar and boring
    (BTW, "mayday" is not one of them... I love that beat!)

    anyways 8/10
    definetely cop'it
    "The sacrifice, close my eyes and the fire come forth
    Start spazzin then I blackout, I'm grabbin my Mac
    Clap at the dragon, the beast, that paddin my streets
    It's organized in the hood where we gaggin police
    I wake up stabbin my sheets, see the monster grabbin my feet
    Pullin me beneath, havin a head like Bill Gates
    With a mouth full of platinum teeth
    Imagine my grief, I'm gaspin, blastin my heat
    The assassins"

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    yeh it wasnt that fuckin great...but there were 3 or 4 songs i absolutley like a lot,

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    a forgettable album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wadedigital36
    a forgettable album.
    LOL every time you talk, you hate...

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    yeah that's why everyone ignores him

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouseKickout
    LOL every time you talk, you hate...
    if by 'hate' you mean expressing my personal and honest opinion, then yes.

    i think everyone should "hate".
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    7/10

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    i got that

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    Quote Originally Posted by wadedigital36
    if by 'hate' you mean expressing my personal and honest opinion, then yes.

    i think everyone should "hate".
    i dont think "hate" is the right way to put it..i think it would be "step the fuck off and listen to me express my free will" more then "hate" no one should hate

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    hating is often used to cover up an "honest opinion"

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    The Black Market album is hot. It was not promoted right. It should have sold in the tens of thousands. The next projects by Razah and Priest are gonna sell better thats my word. Just watch all the fire coming out of Kemet Records

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    man they have to sell more than the bmm album, that album was pure fire, how it sold so little is beyond me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rza Sharp
    - William Cooper and Tragedy surprised me quite a bit, in my mind they weren't lagging THAT far behind.
    I think Tragedy came the best on this album...he's the reason why I think its a great album
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