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Very Good

I will admit that when i first saw the tracks on the album I was a little worried, mainly because of all of the skits. However after listening to it I have to say that I love it. Big scoob has become much better on this album then on his first, he feels more comftable on this album. As for the skits, well lets just say Makzilla is hilrious. If you are a fan of Strange Music and Big scoob then This is a must get album for you. All the tracks are tight the beats are good, the features are great and Big scoob is doing his thing. In closing if Scoob dropped one of these every two years then I would be very happy. Good job mate, wish you guys were coming out to Australia this year. Also Not sure why T-Nutty was on the album, cause hes in beef with Lynch and also, I may wrong but I think he put in some disses on the song I Move With The Night, I may be wrong, but it just sounded like a diss to me.


I didn't expect to hear an album of this quality after his debut but this is really good. Great beats, catchy hooks, good flow, good features, funny skits are all on this album. A must buy for any fan of hip hop especially strange music.


Born: Kansas City, MO

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Stewart Ashby, aka Big Scoob, spent his late adolescence and part of his early adulthood involved with gangs in his native Kansas City, Missouri. Rap music eventually provided a path out of the lifestyle. Along with fellow MC Tech N9ne, he formed the 57th Street Rogue Dog Villains, a group that released a handful of albums during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Frustrated with the industry, Scoob left music and focused on raising his daughters, but Tech N9ne convinced him to return after a few years...
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