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Decent beats throughout, but I wasn’t floored by this 3-song single. Mr. Brady’s gruff voice is affecting to a certain degree, but the way he puts words together ain’t all that clever. These days, so many MC’s are out there with competing flows, you either have to come crazy simple and accessible (see Biz Markie) or impress with the complex (see Mos Def & Talib Kweli). Brady falls into the nebulous middle region and there’s not much to pull him up out of the masses. Like I said, the beats are a’ight – the flute-flavor on “Let My Record Rotate” sounds like something Joey Chavez might have thrown together (and since I don’t have production notes, maybe it is Venice Joe), the strongest one of the three. “Mud Slide” is dark like its dirty namesake, but is perhaps a little too simplistic. This ends with the spacey “Under Street Lights” (feat. Buc Fifty ) which is cool ’nuff.

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