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Album Review

Comparing L.A.-based rapper Wax to "Thrift Shop" hitmaker Macklemore is easy since the two share a similar stance (proud and smart but slacker) and skill set (great with laughs, great with hooks), but Continue is an edgier and scrappier album than The Heist. The scrappy part is best displayed by the album's "whaddya gonna do but continue" title track, and while "Thrift Shop" has that feel-good vibe, Wax's crossover hit "Rosana" does too, just with a quirky bit of mariachi music to put its hook over and a snarkier attitude. For a guy who was signed to Def Jam for a moment, this album is shockingly short on guest shots, with only Wax's twin brother Herbal T and Breezy Lovejoy showing up to add a little variety. Still, Wax is a smooth dude and fluid lyricist, making this decided showcase of talent less limited and more attractive than expected.

Customer Reviews

And Again.

Absolutely destroys it every time. Hopefully with the money he makes from this he might consider a UK tour.....
Niall, Scotland.


Wax is the man. Another out of this world album. Please come to the UK.


Wax kills it! Feel good vibes all the way through!


Born: 1980 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After fronting the band MacGregor, L.A.-based rapper Wax broke off on his own and launched a solo career by posting his videos to online sharing sites. Grabbing fans quickly with his wit and fluid style, Wax earned more than enough "views" to interest Def Jam, and he signed a deal with the major label in 2011. While disagreements on how his future would pan out caused the marriage to dissolve in 2012, Wax was happy to go independent and looked toward his established online fans to carry his career...
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