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  • Audio CD (17 Feb. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Dirty Science
  • ASIN: B00HAV20P0
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 299,900 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Beginning
  2. For Old Time's Sake
  3. Twilight
  4. Bad Trip feat. Adad, Gonjasufi, & Sahtyre
  5. Drugs feat. Co$$ & Choosey
  6. Don't Stop feat. Blu
  7. Van Gough feat. Choosey
  8. Cali Dreamin feat. Fashawn, Co$$ & Tiombe Lockhart
  9. Pay Me feat. MED & Rass Kass
  10. Milk Box (Remix)
  11. LL Cool J
  12. Wine & Cheese feat. Jimetta Rose
  13. Darlin feat. Choosey
  14. The Hurt
  15. When It Rains feat. Aloe Blacc
  16. Outro

Product Description

Product Description

Following his collaboration with Blu on (Blu and Exile's) Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them, Exile Teams Up with Johaz. another fresh voice from Cali under the monicker DAG SAVAGE. The album features appearances by the Dirty Science Family Blu, Aloe Blacc, Fashawn, Co$$, Choosey and more. With beats produced By Exile who has been making classics for the westcoast for a minute, from Blu & Exile s Below the heavens to Fashawn's Boy meets World. Now for his next classic, the debut album E & J by Dag Savage. Exile was raised into music, something that began generations ago in his family. Through rudimentary beat machines, turntables and instruments, Aleksander Manfredi found his niche and spent years honing it. His journey took him all over southern California's underground scene and it was at one of these shows in the early 2000's that he first met a young, hungry MC by the name of Johaz. Cultured by experience, Johaz grew up both in East San Diego County and Tijuana, Mexico. Life was definitely not easy for a young Black boy living in Tijuana and crossing the border everyday to go to school in SD. He returned to the states full time as a teen but the wise and intelligent young man had developed a belligerent streak. Though he was too young to get into local clubs normally, Johaz infiltrated the scene as a dancer, hopping on the mic once he'd finished a routine. This inevitably led to an encounter with the Masters of the Universe crew and after proving his worth through battle and realizing he was kin with Sumach aka Gonjasufi, Johaz became an extended member of the collective. He didn't record much with them though, aesthetically Johaz was a bit different than everyone else at the time. Johaz's flow was a bit more deliberate, his lyrics painstakingly honest and unabashedly raw. It wasn't until his dance crew Urban Dynamics grew into the hip-hop group Deep Rooted that Johaz began to find a home for his gravely flow. It was his Urban Dynamics brethren that brought Johaz out that fateful night when he met Exile. Johaz immediately made an impression on Ex through his ferocity on the mic and his hunger and humility as a person. He was quickly invited to the studio where he began cutting tracks with Exile and the idea of an extensive collaboration began to brew. Soon it became apparent that the chemistry was unique and the duo spent the next several years chiseling away, crafting their unique blend of hip-hop.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8e7025ac) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
HASH(0x8e45d2dc) out of 5 stars Decent, but not outstanding 15 Feb. 2014
By dylan - Published on Amazon.com
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Well I copped the warning tape right before this album dropped, and im bumping that more than this. Id say its a decent album and a must have for any true fan of exile or anybody ripping dirty science. I gave it 3/5 for the production value, and Johaz is that dude, but for I just ain't feelin any joint on here better than the rest. Im still rockin with dirty science and id most deff buy this album again. Exile is a god.
HASH(0x8e691768) out of 5 stars COP THIS! 24 May 2014
By Joshua J. Maples - Published on Amazon.com
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Exile is brilliant on the beats. Johaz is a dose of perfect melodic infusion.... Making you anticipate there next project.
HASH(0x8e79581c) out of 5 stars unexpected but great 10 Feb. 2014
By cyril l donovan - Published on Amazon.com
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Solid album great beats and lyrics..these, west coast guys are doing the thing this is definitely a sleeper album trust
HASH(0x8e45edd4) out of 5 stars Five Stars 14 April 2016
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