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Jamin Warren
3 May, 2006 12:00 am

Why are you doing a solo project?  What’s good with you and stic.man? Well, everything is good with me and stic.man.  He’s always gonna be there.  dead prez is not just a rap group; we’re family.  I decided to do a solo album because I thought he deserved to hear what M1 would do with [cont.]

8 March, 2006 12:00 am

   If Mr. Poirier’s Beats As Politics was a wallaby, then Breakupdown is a kangaroo.  Same crazy family, only with 40% more bounce.  The French Canadian wunderkind delivers with his fifth album (but probably only the second you’ve ever seen in the States).  Poirier has been busy making the rounds with style-saavy, big-city types who’ve [cont.]

8 March, 2006 12:00 am

  2005 was good to Lightheaded.  Othello dropped a solo album. Ohmega Watts also caight solo fame with aptly-named The Find.  Braille still sounds like Bootie Brown.  Wrong Way follows the same optimistic tones as the trio embarks on another journal of playful, break-friendly hip-hop.    Wrong Way is exuberant and cheerful, seemingly incongruous with [cont.]

8 February, 2006 12:00 am

   Everyone knows that Bigg Juss can sermonize.  The man made a career of nursing the obtuse and started a movement as a founding member of Company Flow.  When Pastor Bigg Jus takes the pulpit on Poor People’s Day, expect fireworks.  He’s a preacher with a steak knife and a sharp tongue, spitting fire and [cont.]

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