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awol one
2 May, 2011 8:14 pm

Jizzm HD taps 16 emcees for this beat changing tour-de-force – on deck are Styliztik Jones, Abstract Rude, Born Allah, Supernatural, Neb Luv, NGA Fish, Akil The MC, Rifelman, Medusa, Black Silver, Main Flor, Riddlore, Awol One, Otherwise, Mykill Miers, and Jizzm himself.

3 July, 2009 4:11 am

There used to be an era when you’d never see someone like Awol One with a video. Now, thanks to sites like YouTube, Awol has dropped two more videos from his Xzibit executive produced Owl Hours LP (due July 21). Today’s generation doesn’t know how good they have it. – DJ Pizzo

28 June, 2004 12:00 am

    The raspy voice of AWOL One is unmistakable–once you hear it, you’re not likely to forget it. But it’s not just the hoarse resonance of this L.A. MC’s vocals that catches ears–it’s his internal conflict that is channeled through this voice. On his new self-titled album, AWOL continues to treat his raps like self-help [cont.]

2 October, 2002 12:00 am

Recorded perhaps some 5 years back, this record is a document of history. As an emotionally lawless AWOL One revisits a project some 3 albums released past its inception (blame the industry for tardiness) – for while his most recent collaborative work with L.A. production-powerhouse Daddy Kev (and the most recent ) have probably thrown more muscle [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

The Shapeshifters are like Hip-Hop aliens, born and bred amidst the smog and clutter of L.A. yet honed and seemingly cultivated by the rap version of Oscar The Grouch, AWOL One. Synonyms with multiple generation dubs that are as gruff and fuzzy as his ever-unique vocals, Awol personifies the L.A. underground like no other. Like [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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