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Album Review

The hyphy-inspired mixtape hosted by DJ Rick Lee shows off the beats and rhymes of the Bay Area hip-hop group Zion I. The tracks here on Street Legends are a bit hit-or-miss, with the duo seeming to try too frequently to produce stylistically popular-sounding songs instead of just letting their natural lyricism and beat structure guide the album. Some of the songs too, are taken from 2003's Deep Water Slang V2.0, rather unnecessarily, but there is still some worthwhile stuff here ("Ride," "Do That There"), at least in mixtape terms.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

This duo of genre-bender pride has made a name for itself on the Bay Area scene by successfully mixing spiritualism and hip-hop. Oakland's MC Zumbi and DJ/producer Amp Live blend hip-hop and trip-hop beats with lyrics focused on a message of unity, hope, and spiritual awareness. Although Zion I operates out of Berkeley, the pair originally met in Atlanta, making their music difficult to classify as strictly West Coast hip-hop. Their musical style makes...
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