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RJ always does it right for my money

Never Disappoints

i'm a huge RJD2 supporter and this album is another great add to the collection. The Colossus had some great instrumentals on it already and this album is a great annex to that. Might As Well Step Forward is in my opinion the best track on here even though it's not even 2 minutes long. a few of the new tracks even have vocals and they are sick as well. The First Sights of Land is a perfect example. go check him live if u never have had the opportunity to, you wont be disappointed.

RjD2

RjD2 is a huge inspiration as a producer but nothing has topped his Ghostwriter remix and Im starting to wonder if anything ever will. Whatever drug you took that night doing that track , maybe its time to revist. Best.

Biography

Born: May 27, 1976 in Eugene, OR

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

RJD2's music is a collage of cut-and-paste hip-hop that combines disparate elements to make for soulful, moody portraits of the world. Born Ramble John Krohn in Eugene, Oregon, on May 27, 1976, he moved to Columbus, Ohio, a few years later and was raised there. He first busted out onto the hip-hop scene in 1998 — a time when producers were emerging from the shadows to seize the spotlight — as the DJ/producer for the Columbus-based group Megahertz....
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