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Buy This Album

For anyone looking for a great hip-hop album, thats not the usual smacking hoes and drinking 40's stuff, you should purchase this one. D.J. Lazerbeak is a gifted artist who produces wonderful beats. You'll be nodding your head but also paying close attention the the lyrics. P.O.S is an impeccable lyricist. He's smart, funny, humble and knows his language well. Throwdown for the midwest and hear some god damn good music.....

Buy this before Audition

This album will change your opinion on hip-hop. Ipecac Neat is much better than Audition. It is less streamlined and much more original. It shows P.O.S. having an actual style of his own. After listening to Ipecac, I just cannot respect other rap music that I used to think was genre redefining and original like The Roots and Mos Def. Ipecac Neat is definately worth not pirating.

so good!!

this is real rap. the game is whack and this guy is the guy to bring it back. I LOVE IT!!! P.O.S. is a guy who grew up listening to rock, so you hear the influence. it's really good. P.O.S. a;so hated rap, but he has totally changed it and made it incredible. best songs: music for shoplifting, ants, kidney thief, duct tape get this album. it's way incredible, and so good


Born: August 18, 1981

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A self-taught bassist, guitarist, keyboardist, and drummer, P.O.S. (which stands for a variety of things, including Product of Society, Piece of Sh*t, and Promise of Skill) spent most of his childhood influenced by the energy of punk, drumming for Cadillac Blindside and singing and playing guitar for Building Better Bombs. At 14, however, he was introduced to hip-hop via Company Flow and Oddjobs, and began rapping for fun, performing at small venues around Minneapolis. In 2004 P.O.S. put out his...
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