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Aaron James White
16 October, 2007 2:33 am

The collective hype of David ‘Mac Lethal’ Sheldon’s 11:11 release has been tainted with mixed reviews and forum rants. Bypassing the near slander Scratch magazine printed about 11:11 before they folded, this critic disregarded opinions altogether before listening to the record. Mac announced signing with independent powerhouse, Rhymesayers in 2005. He began writing and recording [cont.]

16 October, 2007 2:19 am

Without listening first or reading a review, it’s difficult to determine what type of product you’re getting with accomplished platinum and gold Queens-native recording artist, N.O.R.E. With four previous albums making billboard charts, he’s not a stranger of making club hits. We, however, are strangers of hearing club hits on Babygrande Records. With a solid guest appearance line-up [cont.]

16 October, 2007 1:50 am

Arguably misunderstood, there’s no debating that Necro has been an independent hip hop fixture since the late 90′s. His label, Psycho+Logical-Records has controlled hip hop’s hypocenter for years by seismicly bullying the epicenter of the underground, thus, shifting the Richter and upping the antee on splatter rappers worldwide. Necro’s fifth studio album, Death Rap, is [cont.]

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