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Customer Reviews

OMG

1st thing, Mos Def - living legend. One critcism of Mos - when he released Black On Both Sides, he made every other hip hop album you listen to a disappointment. Its head 7 shoulders above any other rap album ever made, thats a simple fact.

As for this album, there are some awesome tracks which are as good as anything Mos has done, & others in my opinion, not so great.

Definately worth a buy

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Boi

Very good mix of instrumental and vocals with very good classical feel and soul must be downloaded especially if your conscious

Biography

Born: 11 December 1973 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Initially regarded as one of the most promising rappers to emerge in the late '90s, Mos Def, aka Yasiin Bey, turned to acting in subsequent years as music became a secondary concern for him. He did release new music from time to time, including albums such as The New Danger (2004), but his output was erratic and seemingly governed by whim. Mos Def nonetheless continued to draw attention, especially from critics and underground rap fans, and his classic breakthrough albums -- Black Star (1998), a...
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