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J.Rawls is sooooooo sick!!!!!

If you want true to the heart Hip hop,state of the art avant garde production layered with oodles of head nodding grooves then pick up "Good music".J.Rawls is one of the music industry`s "unsung heros"let alone Hip hop.If you like Madlib then you`ll love J.Rawls.The man is responsible for so many hits you and i already know of.The "catalyst files" is also a bonafide classic.

Dope Album

I would give this five stars, but it's not as good as their other album "Hip Hop." They're both dope, so is J. Rawls solo album. Don't sleep on this people.

Another Slept On Classic

Hip hop history is full of them. I don't write reviews here usually but maybe the more people who repeat how dope this album is will help boost some sales, and unfortunately the Lone Cats probably need that. J. Sands is smooth and his flow is better than it was on "Hip-Hop" (not that he wasn't nice then) and J. Rawls provides some of the most underrated beats ever on this one. L.I.F.E and Once Before are my personal favorites, but every joint is tight, enjoy it.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Columbus native J. Rawls started to make fans for himself in the hip-hop community as a producer when his tracks "Yo, Yeah" and "Brown Skin Lady" (the latter eventually something of a headphone classic) were featured on Mos Def and Talib Kweli's successful Black Star collaboration. Unbeknownst to a lot of those new fans, though, his duo Lone Catalysts, with Pittsburgh rapper J. Sands, had been knocking around the periphery of the scene since the mid-'90s. The team began to make its own ripples in...
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