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Demolition Crash

Kool Keith

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Customer Reviews

Kool Keith spaceship is stuck in the present

Kool Keith once upon a time was a hip hop iconoclast whose lyrics were years ahead of emcee space-time. Proof are the branches of emcees who grew from his roots—Pharoahe Monch, Del, Freestyle Fellowship, Andre 3000, Eminem and countless other emcees. His spaceship has landed for awhile now, and he has been caught up in this universal flux. 2006 marked the last year he dropped two great albums—TomC3 “Project Polaroid” and “Mr. Nogacto”. Since then, he has dropped random of hits(Dr. Doom 2, Tashan Dorrsett, Ny Luv and two songs with Del—Kool Keith flows were subpar, Del ran circles around him) and majority of garbage. This album in particular is descent. His cadence is on point, his lyrical patterns are disjointed but what is missing are his complex vocabulary. Top songs: “Where I’m at”, “Apollo Creed”, “El Dorado”, “Reptile”, "Make A Rapper Upset”, "I Can Make This Work”, “Maracula”, and "Wheelchair Beast”. It is too bad “Gun talk pills” did not make the album. Demolition Crash is a contemporary album and has a place with the rest of the 2014 hip hop batting order. It is too bad that in all likely hood, there will never be an iconoclastic album dropped by KK.

Excellent

nice to see Keith making a real effort again. Rejoice!

Biography

Born: October 19, 1963 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After single-handedly redefining "warped" as the mind and mouth behind the Bronx-based Ultramagnetic MC's, "Kool" Keith Thornton — aka Rhythm X, aka Dr. Octagon, aka Dr. Dooom, aka Mr. Gerbik — headed for the outer reaches of the stratosphere with a variety of solo projects. A onetime psychiatric patient at Bellevue, Keith's lyrical thematics remained as free-flowing here as they ever were with the N.Y.C. trio, connecting up complex meters with fierce, layers-deep metaphors and veiled...
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