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Album Review

With his laboriously delayed debut, For All Seasons, Nature is hoping to make up for lost time. Why? It was three years (an eternity in hip-hop) since Nature parted ways with the Firm, and in that time Nature had watched the anticipation for his debut slowly dissipate. His inaccessibility hasn't been lost on a fickle hip-hop populace that demands immediate gratification, as his once prospective fan base has made stars out of thugs who were more readily available — Ja Rule, Beanie Sigel, and Black Rob. While Nature may have failed to capitalize on his window of opportunity, For All Seasons affirms that quality work can never be dated. Though his lyrics are recited strictly in a tempered, conversational manner, he is an exceptionally flamboyant and charismatic MC, which is evident on the braggadocios "Ultimate High" featuring Nas. But Nature is most intriguing when he eschews the typical thug banter and delves into the storytelling aspect of his repertoire; he weaves a fatal love triangle with "Young Love," and paints visceral montages of street life with "I Remember" and the sublime "It's a Man's World." Though he delivers a compelling debut, there are stretches of outdated productions that kept the record from joining the ranks of classic debuts from his borough's now-luminary figures (Run-D.M.C., Rakim, LL Cool J and Nas).

Customer Reviews

How did this go unnoticed

Nature had momentum during this period in hip hop but what happened? Penny Hardaway of rap!

Where the song w/ NAS???

Some good old new york rap, if you are sick of all the garbage that comes out nowadays check this out, you won't be dissapointed... Tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, are the hottest ones itunes is offering the others are all pretty much good too, these are just the best, I don't know why itunes puts out partial albums, thats kinda stupid, they missed the track with Nas that is one of the best on the album...but check out the songs I listed, the beats are siiiiick!!! and it's a good change of pace from the garbage of today.

its good….

its good. not bad but not great.


Born: Long Island, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Jermaine Baxter, known by fans as Nature, went to school with rapper Nasir "Nas" Jones. In fact, it was Nas who first took notice of Baxter's strong rhyming style, a style that...
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