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Vendetta

Mic Geronimo

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Album Review

With his second album, Vendetta, Mic Geronimo proves that his hard-hitting debut was no fluke. Geronimo may flirt a little too heavily with the crossover — Puff Daddy's production on "Nothin' Move But the Money" is a little too smooth, and the blatant materialism doesn't suit him well — but the fact of the matter is, even when he tries his hand at the pop game, Geronimo has more lyrical skills than many of his peers. Musically, he needs to toughen up a little and find his own sensibility, but there's no denying that his rhyming is strong and that the R&B-flavored productions are appealing, and that all makes the album a Vendetta worth pursuing.

Biography

Born: 1973 in Flushing, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

A Queens rapper with a streetwise attitude as well as a few ties to Puff Daddy's pop-rap empire of the late '90s, Mic Geronimo grew up listening to LL Cool J and Big Daddy Kane, plus soul acts like Stevie Wonder and Prince. Discovered by producer Irv Gotti (DJ Irv) at a talent show, Mic Geronimo signed to Blunt/TVT and debuted with the 1995 LP The Natural. TVT wasn't exactly the most respected label in hip-hop, and the album made few waves despite the presence of several hard-hitting early singles,...
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