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Album Review

Home Field Advantage is Mr. Eon's and DJ Mighty Mi's first full-length album, and it's solid. Songs like "Top Prospects" and "B-Boy Document '99" will please many fans of East Coast hip-hop. Unfortunately, other songs like "Hot Spittable," "Weed, and "The Meaning" are kind of boring and seem to be missing something. One thing this album isn't missing is guests. High & Mighty are joined by Pharoahe Monch, Evidence, Defari, Mos Def, Mad Skillz, Eminem, Cage, Kool Keith, and more. Most tracks have one or two guest helping High & Mighty out. While the people that they get are good, it would be nice to hear more songs with just Eon. Also, after hearing the intro, "Tip Off Time," it makes you want another track just of Mighty Mi rocking the turntables.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

The High & Mighty's momentary affiliation with Rawkus Entertainment in 1999 brought them national acclaim, and the duo returned to the underground thereafter and used the newfound clout to promote their Eastern Conference label. Comprised of Mr. Eon (Eric Meltzer) and DJ Mighty Mi (Milo Berger), the High & Mighty came together in the mid-'90s and decided to form their own label, Eastern Conference. After a few singles, the duo began to earn notice, particularly for the "Open Mic Night" b/w...
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