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Album Review

One of the founding members of New Jersey's eight-man crew Outsidaz steps outside The Bricks for his debut solo album. Having previously been floated on promo as The Pacewon Effect, it's a surprise to see both "Oriental" and "Secret" cut from this release, with the resultant selection offering little more than a barrage of thug talk. The pumps, cheeba, and general miscreant blinged braggadocio become a little overbearing over 21 tracks, though there is enough production quirk from Jay-Z deskman SKI to keep iterant ears from wandering too far. Further vocals are injected by Kurupt, Rah Digga, and fellow Outsida Young Zee as well as Wyclef Jean, who returns the favor of Pace's contribution to the Fugees' multi-platinum Score.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

As a founding member of the Outsidaz, Pacewon was one of the many MCs to gain a solo career after his group's appearance on the Fugees' successful The Score. With a smooth voice and a sly, clever tone, his raps were often relaxed and thoughtful amidst the large hip-hop crew's various styles. Despite the early solo attempts by many of his bandmates, Pacewon waited until they had released their debut, Night Life, on Chris Schwartz's Rough Life Records. That, as well as guest appearances on records...
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