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1 January, 1997 12:00 am

Acey’s alone once again with his follow up to his slept on solo debut All Balls Don’t Bounce, with his latest effort Book of Human Language. This time striking independently, giving us an entire bible of life’s lessons in rhyme form. But without a major label Capitol to direct him, Acey defines his own hip-hop [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

 The influence of Project Blowed is unquestionably un-measurable. Both the loose collective of Los Angeles artists and the ’94 compilation album of the same name have made more progressive strides for an underground movement than any other related occurrence/release. Musically influencing all types of artists across the globe while simultaneously introducing the world to some [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

Acey’s one of those MCs who could easily coast by strictly on the strength of his reputation but he never seems to take the lazy way out. It’s no secret that I’m a fan, but that’s because every new song I hear him on, he’s coming with some next sh*t. Take “Accepted Eclectic”,, the lead [cont.]

24 February, 1995 12:00 am

(This interview is being reprinted by permission of the author for Distribution of this interview is not allowed without proper credit and compensation to the original author.) I fell in love with the Freestyle Fellowship instantly, the first time I saw them on the steps of UC Berkeley’s Sproul Hall. It was a spontaneous [cont.]

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