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the right man, raise up one hand now, I'm taking you down,
This review is from: Personal Journals (Audio CD)
The first word that springs to mind, having just listened again to this album, is "depth". As mentioned in another review he verges on poetry to a hip-hop beat, but to typecast his sound as hip-hop would not give credit to the range of live instruments, issues, tones and styles he demonstrates or comments on.
It really is a great album but I can imagine if you are expecting the commercial sound of Busta, Elliot, Eminem etc. you are not going to get the gangster hip-hop sound you are used to.
In summary It's one continuous, refined and well produced, piece of music. But as always with something complexed you owe it to yourself to listen to the tracks Amazon provide.