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Mad Haven

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Customer Reviews

I'm Being Frank, It Depends on Who You Are

To be honest, I'm not the biggest fan of this album. At some times, it seems as if it's almost out of time, and it doesn't sound right in my mind. The beats aren't all that good, but the messages are so very deep and intuitive and sophisticated, that is one of the reasons I really like this album. However if you are one of those who are deaf to the message(Minorville reference), and just like the beat and chorus, this is not for you. I'm really conflicted, because I absolutely love Canon, and I want him to succeed, but I have to say that although this is a very good album, it is not a very good Canon rap, fast-paced album. Sorry, but I'm being honest. Just because it's Christian, doesn't mean I can't be critical! I feel that this album has an identity that is completely different from all the other Canon records. This can be both good or bad, but I feel like this changes the approach on Canon's music. Before this album, I was expecting infectious beats, sick rhymes, but now my view has changed on Canon's music. He has the message, but has failed to mesh it with those infectious beats of his. All these are not reasons to not get the album, because from a Christian standpoint, it is a great album, and worth the money. The songs are rich, and are real food for thought. My only blunt criticism of Canon is the marketing decision in releasing the Lotto music video. Why release a song with a conflicting vibe to all the rest of the songs. Lotto reminds me more of the Loose Canon album, but seems almost out of place in this album. This album is not about the chorus, this is a lyrical album, and there is not much opportunity to be ably to sing along with these songs in the car, or at concerts. My final verdict on the album, is that this is a learning experience. Canon has yet to find the right balance between the chorus-driven songs in Loose Canon, and the songs in Mad Haven, which have a surprising absence of choruses. It all depends on who you are, whether you value the swagger of a song, or the content in the song which is deep and intellectual. I'll be listening to this album, but won't be playing it with my friends any time soon.

Geeked up

I've been waiting for ever for this guy to come out with an album and now at long last he has and it's just around the corner. Can't wait. Stupid excited for this project

This is going to be epic.

Can't wait. Canon kills every track.

Biography

Born: Chicago, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Chicago-born, Atlanta-based Christian rapper Aaron "Canon" McCain was raised in a lower middle-class area of the Windy City on a steady diet of secular hip-hop, but with the help of his churchgoing family, specifically his mother and grandfather, McCain managed to survive early flirtations with drugs, crime, and gang violence and shift his focus to the less prominent but no less powerful spiritual side of the music that shaped his formative years. After attending Bible college in Memphis, McCain...
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