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phil da agony
5 June, 2009 7:59 am

If Phil Da Agony’s Think Green is a nod to the environment, then there’s at least one good thing about the album – its content is entirely recycled. Think Green gets off to such an awful start that it’s practically dead on arrival.  First comes a skit, then there’s an intro–your obligatory shout outs to [cont.]

9 December, 2004 12:00 am

     You’ve heard the name before, and though you might not know exactly where, Phil The Agony has been around. From guest appearing on albums from Dilated Peoples, Xzibit, Defari and being a part of the Strong Arm Steady crew, Phil has paid his dues, and now hopes to be listed among his peers with his GoodVibe debut, The Aromatic Album.     [cont.]

20 May, 2003 12:00 am

Though still without a “proper” debut, Phil Da Agony has injected himself into every nook and cranny of Cali’s underground scene.  From various freestyles, to guest appearances, to his Likwit Crew membership, Phil has managed to appear everywhere underneath the warm California sun.  Although Smokefest can be considered Phil’s freshmen solo endeavor, this self-released endeavor sure doesn’t [cont.]

1 January, 1997 12:00 am

Phil Da Agony executes “Watch Out” pretty well considering it’s a one-gimmick record. Ever line begins with Phil warning you, “watch out for [fill in the blank].” Sample verses: “first you got to watch out for yourself and your fam/because if you don’t watch out/nobody else will give a damn/watch out for those niggas in the [cont.]

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