Westwood Box set
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Whether you view him as a figure of fun or a sussed broadcaster of integrity and passion, Tim Westwood is the most important individual in the UK's burgeoning hip-hop industry. His Radio One shows ensure he has the ears of everyone in the country interested in rap music, so his first foray into the compilation market is a notable event. Sticking close to the party-centric flavours of the rap mainstream, this album has no room to represent homegrown talent--a situation Westwood has committed to rectifying with the inevitable Volume 2. For now, though, he's content to provide this document of the state of American rap, and Westwood is a fine, agenda-free compilation that succeeds because its only aim is to avoid filler. British chart hits from the likes of Dr Dre ("The Next Episode"), Ludacris ("What's Your Fantasy") and Eminem ("The Way I Am") nestle alongside some more underground head-bangers. So hip-hop neophytes will be introduced to the likes of Pharoahe Monch's outrageous "Simon Says", Noreaga's "Superthug", replete with whirring helicopter blades and a crisp Neptunes-produced backing track, and the blazing "Party Up (Up In Here)" from everyone's favourite bald-headed, dog-loving rapper/film star, DMX. --Angus Batey
Top Customer Reviews
Westwood has chosen 41 of the hottest joints on the street from recent times and in typical Westwood fashion he isn't afraid to feature the same artist several times (they're all worthy of appearing!). For the price of this CD you could not get a better deal, Westwood has a tremendous ability to pick out the songs that'll stick in your head for days with Noreaga's 'Superthug', DMX's 'Party Up' and especially 'OH NO!' by Mos Def, Nate Dogg and Pharoahe Monch being prime examples of this.
This is a definite 5-star album for anyone interested in Rap & Hip-Hop. Drop a bomb again and again Westwood! One.
This is a great buy for old skool rap fans though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the best era for hip hop/rap/gangster rap music
excellently captured by DJ Westwood
This highly rated DJ, with his outspoken foul language, and his cars worth 1000's of pounds has come up trumps with this very good album. Read morePublished on 11 Jun. 2002
us true blue hip hop fans already have most of these songs but it is much better than westwood 2. this one has more g-funk classics.Published on 16 Feb. 2002 by email@example.com