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on 19 May 2007
I think this album and Sagas Of cements Klashnekoff as the best MC in the UK right now, it's good to see that it's been released on Low Life instead of a major as well, this can only strength British hip-hop.
[...] I can understand how you feel that Klashnekoff has not moved outside of his comfort zone as upon the surface it sounds similar to Focus Mode and Sagas Of but lyrically it is deeper with K revealing the treatment suffered at the hands of his own mother.
Once again Kyza spits some of the hottest rhymes on the album, "I'm ready for dead like Kamikaze bombers, the National Guard and the British Army wan' us" and "We cause fights in the clubs and raves, on the dancefloor we leave a trail of blood for days" being prime examples of his talent.
This is only second to Sagas Of for UK Hip-hop, a essential purchase.