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Album Review

A tortured soul who is a dangerous combination of brutish and informed, rapper Prozak is certainly one of the more "serious" artists on Tech N9ne's Strange Music, but he's theatrical enough and dark enough to be right at home on the label. A mention of that cold graveyard wind figures into the opening skit, and the heartbreak number "Tell a Tale of Two Hearts" could be used as evidence should Prozak's ex ever decide to seek a restraining order, but "overly emotional" is a matter of taste and this rapper's skill is way above the "Hulk Mad!" style some of his competition offers. Productions bounce between hip-hop (mostly Mobb Deep dark) and rock-rap (crunchy and compressed) before the final quarter of the album offers a series of soul-searching, guitar-strumming tracks, interrupted only by the excellent "Full Moon," which sounds like "Holla Back Girl" for the zombie set. Shuffle those dour power ballads back into the album and Paranormal is a worthy soundtrack for anytime you feel sour as hell.

Customer Reviews

Not a fan of his style. Worst artist on Strange.

I don’t buy into his whole style. Also not a fan of his voice. He tries way too hard to be deep and thoughtful but it just comes across as forced and laughable. It’s got a few good tracks though.


Born: Michigan

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Prozak is a longtime member of the Detroit-area horrorcore rap scene, performing in the groups Bedlam and Project: Deadman before embarking on a solo recording career in 2004. Moreover, his notability includes the founding of Wickedstock, an annual horrorcore festival held in the Detroit area. Born Steven Shippy, he began recording his raps in 1995 and founded his first group -- Strict9ne, also featuring his childhood friend Heckles -- in 1997. During the late '90s he became closely affiliated with...
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