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Album Review

Braille was only 17 when he recorded this album, but he sounds much more mature. With his impressive lyrics one would assume he is a hip-hop veteran. Braille doesn't rap about the subjects most people his age rap about. He talks about his relationship with God and his emotions. Braille turned to many producers to make his beats. With production by Celph Titled, Deeskee, DJ Kno, K IV, Sixtoo, and Killani. Having so many different people worked well; it gave Braille a diversity of beats to rhyme over — from the heavenly production on "Half the Battle" to the creepy "I Am Who I Hate." Overall, Lifefirst: Half the Battle is a worthwhile album.


Born: 1982 in Portland, OR

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

A Christian rapper from Portland, OR, influenced by the positivity of A Tribe Called Quest in the midst of gangsta rap's heyday, Braille Brizzy started making music as a teen and had released Lifefirst: Half the Battle by the time he was 17. With a poor response, difficult times followed, and after a job cleaning out repossessed homes proved unsatisfactory, he decided to follow his heart and hit the road with his wife to tour the country in his van, living off the money made from selling merchandise...
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 05 October 1999

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