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Album Review

Blac Haze's debut album Res-Sa-Rec-Shun blends gangsta inclinations with funky, Southern-fried style. He doesn't have a distinctive lyrical style, but he's a fine rapper, and his best songs, including the singles "Let Me Holla at Ya" and "Where-U-At?," are irresistible, from their smooth flow to their deep, funky grooves. With a little time, Blac Haze will likely develop his own style, but as it stands, Res-Sa-Rec-Shun is a solid debut album.

Customer Reviews


absolute proof. how is that not tupac? the album is named res-sa-rec-shun, blac haze doesnt do live preformances, and he did a remix of a tupac song. hmmm. nah no way. lol why dont he just admit he is alive?

What a sad excuse for a 'rapper'

I honestly don't know what to say after hearing this album. Blac Haze is the definition of a worthless biter. To think that this wack joke of a person sold a single album because of 2pac's legacy is disturbing. And for everyone out there saying this is proof that 2pac is still alive, you need to get your ears and head checked. There's nothing more to be said about this punk.

this dont look like Pac

but i sure sounds like him. i hear small differences in the voices but who knows.

Res-Sa-Rec-Shun, Blac Haze
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