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So Disappointing

I'm a huge Blu fan and Below the Heavens was a classic but this is a major disappointment. Hopefully his next effort will be back to Below the Heavens quality. This album isn't horrible but it is too experimental. It has only a couple high quality songs and too many skits/interludes drag it down.

I'm sorry

I'm a big big fan of Blu. Below the Heavens was the best album of the year, and truely my favorite album in almost forever, and i heard this other mixtape called So(ul) Amazing and even that was incredible, but this is bad. I've been waitin for this album for a while now, but its just disappointing. There are maybe a couple good songs like Respect, Major way, and Go. But other than that, I'm just not feelin it.


Like most of you have said, Below the Heavens was the best album of 07 and i fully agree, but this collab with ta'raach is far from that classic album. I've been lookin forward to this album forever expecting a BTH feel, but i get a...idk what to call it. I feel ta'raach and blu's style dont mesh well together. Ta'raach comes off with a cocky, im the man attitude, but blu is more humble and his lyrical ability is twice that of ta'raach. There are only a hand full of decent songs on this album, and a lot of it is just random instrumentals with incoherent speaking or singing. I'm all for experimenting with a new sound, but u should be established first. This album shoul've been released after blu's 3rd solo album, and for the half the price it is now. Bottom line...u cant put out a classic like Below The Heavens and then come out with this album. Just cant do it!


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Not averse to ignoring hip-hop conventions, Los Angeles upstart MC Blu (Johnson Barnes) and offbeat producer/rapper Ta'Raach (Terrell McMathis), a Detroit-to-L.A. transplant, began collaborating as C.R.A.C (pronounced "crass") in 2005. Blu and Ta'Raach were both labelmates at L.A. indie Sound In Color and met while recording their respective projects. They hastily put together the beginnings of what would be their debut album, The Piece Talks, in 2005 and used it on the road to sell at live shows...
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