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2007’s Diary of an American Witchdoctor marks the first proper full-length release from this Atlanta hip-hop stalwart in almost a decade. In the late ‘90s Witchdoctor made his name as a member of the prodigiously talented yet far-flung Dungeon Family crew, which included members of Outkast, Goodie Mob, and the inimitable production team Organized Noize. His debut release A.S.W.A.T. A Healin’ Ritual was an unjustly overlooked classic, featuring slow rolling Southern production and dizzying displays of wordplay that were as viscerally compelling as they were socially aware. Diary of an American Witchdoctor is much in the same vein as Witchdoctor’s seminal debut. Witchdoctor’s rhythm based rapid-fire flow and rough-shod, soul-inflected crooning on standouts like “God Iz Good” which features some surprisingly fearsome gospel harmonizing, and the eerily melancholic “Cream of The Crop” prove that Witchdoctor has lost none of his focus or technical skill over the years. Though the album suffers somewhat from the absence of Organized Noize’s genre-hopping beats, a number of up-and-coming Atlanta talents keep the atmosphere spooky and subdued throughout. This is an album for muggy Georgia nights, and the slow motion weariness induced by summer heatwaves, and it stands as a compelling follow-up to Witchdoctor’s long-forgotten masterpiece.

Customer Reviews

my favorite artist

well not my favorite but his rymes and his flows and his music is a repersentation of real Hip/hop/rap he is one of the most "real artists"' i know well in my opinion i guess mostly because i can relate to his music i still have to say his first album S.W.A.T. was his best album so if ur gunna buy his music buy SWAT first then buy this one other then that id say buy the album

Great tracks on this album

Chill beats, solid flows. This album is great...

Hot damn

Good Lord. This record sure came out of nowhere and rocked my world. I was wondering what happend to this dude. Cop it immediatley


Born: Georgia

Genre: Rock

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

Witchdoctor is an ambitious hip-hop artist from Georgia who blends Afrocentric spirituality, soul, rap, and urban R&B. His Organized Noise-produced debut album, A S.W.A.T. Healin' Ritual, was released by Interscope in 1997. As part of the Dungeon Family, the MC appeared on many of his fellow members' albums, including ones by OutKast and Goodie Mob, all while issuing records under his own label, Dezonly1. In 2007 Witchdoctor signed with Williams Street Records, part of the [adult swim] franchise,...
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