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Following an overwhelmingly popular crowdsourcing campaign, De La Soul’s latest album reaffirms a tradition of boundlessly imaginative hip-hop. The veteran trio manages to spin childlike hilarity and forlorn insight into songs that revel in psych rock, disco-funk breaks, and live instrumentation. De La’s immunity to dullness is mirrored in the eclectic guest list—the icing on an album that turns musical ambition into a dizzyingly fun ride.

Customer Reviews

Hip hop

Best money spent 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 worth the wait


This group is a continuous sound track to my life. When I was 15 years old...the hip hop landscape was dominated by NWA, Eric B & Rakim, BDP, and the list goes on. When I first heard "Three Feet High and Rising" it was hip hop that spoke to a middle class black kid that wasn't experiencing life in the hood, that wasn't getting all the fly honeys, and really didn't stand out in high school (an anonymous nobody). That record changed everything for me and it felt like hip hop for awkward, playful, and sometimes weird brothas like myself. As the trio (Dave, Merc, and Mase) lost their playful approach to music and matured as men...I was too was going through the motions of life. Now that I'm in my 40s and I'm at peace with my life and the mistakes I've made. Listening to the words of these songs you can hear Posdnous and Trugoy bare their souls about their own faults as mortal men and overcoming life in general. In my opinion, this is their best music since 3 Feet, De La Soul is Dead, Bahloon Mindstate, and Stakes is High! If you're a true De La Soul fan you will love this album in its entirety! There wasn't one track I had to skip through. This is a masterpiece! Well done Dave, Merc, and Mase! LONG LIVE THE NATIVE TONGUE POSSE

Not feeling it

This is one of those albums that I will defintely skip through to listen to the tracks I like. Which are few and far between. Im a HUGE dela fan. But I dont understand after Grind Date, Stakes is High and Buhloone Mind State y’all release this. Please help me here how you have features on your last LP of Common, Ghostface and MF Doom and transition to Usher and 2Chainz. For as much money as people donated for this LP in kickstarter this should have been in the vein of your last LP's. Truly disappointed from a HUGE fan.


Formed: 1987 in Amityville, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

At the time of its 1989 release, De La Soul's debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, was hailed as the future of hip-hop. With its colorful, neo-psychedelic collage of samples and styles, plus the Long Island trio's low-key, clever rhymes and goofy humor, the album sounded like nothing else in hip-hop. Where most of their contemporaries drew directly from old-school rap, funk, or Public Enemy's dense sonic barrage, De La Soul were gentler and more eclectic, taking in not only funk and soul, but also...
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