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Album Review

Mixing traditional boasts and classic hip-hop swagger with some high-quality rhymes and genre-expanding productions, Land of Make Believe is a flashy rebirth for the hip-hop Kidz in the Hall, one as colorful and bright as the album’s ‘80s-inspired cover. The decade also influences some of the electro-like productions that are front-loaded on the album, such as the mind-bending “Out T Lunch” and the good-timing highlight “Flickin’,” which can make the listener feel like a lottery winner for a solid four minutes (“No it ain’t my birthday/But you see me spendin’ cash”). “Jukebox” is just as exciting with its disco production from member Double-O, but it’s another rump-shaker with strip club lyrics from Naledge. While the rapper lives up to his name on the grand-look-back “Do It All Again (I Am)”, the rest of the serious numbers just don’t stick like all the booty-obsessed fluff, making the album a two-steps-forward/one-step-back affair. Sour backpackers and over-scrutinizing fans that hold the Kidz in high regard may be disappointed by all the light-heartedness, but trim the fat and the party people will be rewarded with a vibrant, clever celebration.

Biography

Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

In the mid-2000s, alternative hip-hop duo Kidz in the Hall became the new face for the revamped Rawkus Records, the underground rap powerhouse responsible for introducing groundbreaking acts like Mos Def and Talib Kweli before its operations were temporarily closed in 2004. Naledge's intelligence, imagery, and lyricism combined with the progressive and often jazz-inflected sounds of DJ/producer Double O easily recall the early-'90s aesthetic of hip-hop groups such as Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, Gang...
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