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Editors’ Notes

It doesn’t get simpler than Classic: one MC, one producer, 10 songs, no guests. It’s been ten years since her debut, but Rah Digga brings the goods on her sophomore album. Classic is a tight-knit collaboration with Virginia producer Nottz, whose beats are hard and organic. His tracks are at once majestic and gritty — he spins together threads of school band orchestras, ‘70s blaxploitation funk, and the live hip-hop of the Roots. “Viral” and “Back It Up” are vertiginous tapestries of electronic sound, yet the rhythm and focus of Rah’s flow always keeps the songs grounded. “Who Gonna Check Me Boo” and “Straight Spittin’ IV” are monstrous sonic concoctions that rear up like typhoons. On the other hand, “You Got It” could be a rap song from a Bronx playground, circa 1979 — Nottz cuts up Bobby Byrd’s “I Know You Got Soul” as Rah lets loose on top of it. The drums are kicking, the bass popping — this is an album that deserves to be played at top volume. Classic proves it’s possible to embrace old-school values without turning music retrograde.

Customer Reviews

We need one more thing here.....

And that is for Digga and Lauren Hill to get together again for one song. Thats how you shut it down.

Another Positive Move for Hip-Hop (Nicki Minaj who?)

To title this album as a classic is a sheer understatement. Rah Digga clearly demonstrates that women with can use skills rather than sex appeal to gain mass appeal in a male dominated industry. Lyrically, this album is a clever return to the boom-bap era laced with clever beats and a solid verbal delivery in which Digga is known for. This is practically a raw return to the Harriet Thugman (Dirty Harriet) sound that made her first solo album such a critically acclaimed album with much love shown to underground hip-hop enthusiasts who enjoy lyrics over gimmicks. Frankly, If you find fault for this album, you are practically looking for a reason to hate on an emcee who held her own with the like of Busta Rhymes and the variable members of the FlipMode Squad. All in All, Rah Digga has agained garnered her respect in rap music and has placed her footprint in the record books.

Rah Digga Returns with Classic!

Classic. Nuff said. But what I will say is that she's is bringing back female rap. Each song has a fly beat and her flow is crazy! I can't wait til this gets heard. You won't regret it! This ain't no lil kid rap at all! This is REAL RAP!


Born: December 18, 1974 in New Jersey

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

As the female member of hip-hop's Flipmode Squad (which also counts Busta Rhymes, Rampage, and Lord Have Mercy among its ranks), Rah Digga is one of rap's most prominent women MCs. Though her rapping is hard-hitting, Digga's background is surprisingly stable. Born in New Jersey, she attended a private school in Maryland and studied electrical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She started rapping with Twice the Flavor and was the only woman in Jersey's Da Outsidaz clique. When...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Sep 14, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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