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Lost Sessions

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Best of The Best

Molemen truly shows the best of the underground and this album has the best of the best if you're not a fan of underground you might not want to buy this. nonetheless this is incerdible

linguistically sound

I'm a fan, the lyrical content is poignant; also rolls of the beat for a nice head nod, great road trip music. However, the mc's (shabaam, cage.etc) need to relax with the volume and allow the beat to touch them. an opinion.

Iomas

Obviously Moleman didn't realize that the hottest lyricist they've ever worked with was I-O. If it weren't for him, this would be another slept on CD. Their production is too simple and boring. I've never been a fan of them. Ever. They're the Most overrated crew in Chicago. I'd rather listen to a DAR$ verse.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Chicago's premier underground hip-hop production team, the Molemen consist of members Panik, Memo, and PNS. The group was formed in the early to mid-'90s around frontman Panik (aka His-Panik), who had the business expertise as well as connections with local Chicago rappers, namely Vakill. The Molemen have almost always produced for a few select artists, including Vakill, J.U.I.C.E., and Mass Hysteria, affiliated with their Molemen Records label. However, among the three of them, they have supplied...
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