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I had no clue hip hop could be so deep! both in its musical & lyrical references. This album is a very fun journey through a brilliant mind through middle eastern & hip hop sounds.

This is amazing stuff.

Jewish Hip Hop has made a huge jump in the past few years from cheesy things like shlock rock and black hattitude to real and hardcore artists like matisyahu, nosson zand, prodezra, y-love and now eprhyme. This album is unique not just because its jewish hip hop, but becuase it combines multiple types of music together, like in punklezmerap. (i am going to take wild shot by saying this song has punk klezmer and rap) his lyrics are amazing and as a religous jew, left me with feelings of pride in my religion and heritage. in his song 'pride and prejudice' he says (i dont know the exact lyrics) "as soon as i was enlisted in the public school system it became painfully obvious that i am not christian" and goes on to tell his tail of how his being jewish followed him and how he followed it. Ironicly many jews come back to there heritage through anti-semitism! they are forced to see there identity. another thing this album does is voice his opinion on the middle eastern conflict, mainly israel. like in y-love and describes song 'yaaleli', in matisyahu and trevor hall's song 'unity', epryhme asks for peace. this music is for non jews and jews alike, andi s another album in a slew of others from jewish hip hop artists and is a must buy. so buy! buy! buy! bye!

Punklezmerap: On Why Eprhyme’s WayWordWonderWill is the New Freilech

Review by Isaac Gealer a.k.a mmaizingnblue Hip-hop junkies listen up! Klezmer aficionados take heed! And Judaic musicians put your instruments down! There is a new boy on the block and he is taking the music world by storm. Eprhyme is his name and music fusion is his game. Mixing everything from drum and bass to jazz to Klezmer, Eprhyme is bringing the heat to the Diaspora. Eprhyme takes the cake on being the most unique yet most appealing to all groups of listeners. That title may sound cliché, but Eprhyme spits lyrical beauty that can be easily enjoyed by the widest base of people. On some tracks, Eprhyme soothes the ears with background vocals as Shir Yaakov’s voice resonates painlessly over slow jams and jazzier/funkier beats heard on Tikkun Adam or Fixing Midnight. On others, he cranks up the power and lays quick rhyme schemes over flying Klezmer runs infused with hip hop drum and bass, exemplified on Punklezmerap and Heavy Shtetl. Eprhyme is the hip-hop for the new yiddishe kop. Eprhyme evokes the vocals of Mac Lethal and Buck 65. But Eprhyme’s beats bring sounds of The Roots, Common, Ghostface Killah, or Lupe Fiasco. As for the actual spitting, Eprhyme could be up there with Atmosphere or Aesop Rock. Eprhyme is articulate and quick, as his words seem to glide over the beats. He does not seem to get stopped up or even close to being tongue-tied as he raps in Hebrew and English. Eprhyme appeals to the masses without being the normal run of the mill act. He is a true testament to the new generation’s role in the Jewish music scene. Eprhyme’s WayWordWonderWill is due out September 8th, 2009 and Yaakov and Eprhyme’s new project, Darshan, is soon to be on the Shemspeed label; make sure to pick them up and support true mensches.

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