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Album Review

Four years removed from the flash-in-the-pan success of "Second Round K.O.," Canibus seems to have finally come to terms with his has-been status on Mic Club: The Curriculum, where he emphasizes heady rhyming rather than his pointed dis tracks of the past. The first two hard-hitting tracks, "Poet Laureate" and "Master Thesis," illustrate this well. Canibus had always been a thoughtful rapper with a gift for bookish wordplay, even if he'd garnered much more attention for his battling skills as displayed previously on "Second Round K.O." (pointed at LL Cool J) and "Stan Lives!" (at Eminem). Other tracks here like "Cenoir Studies 02" and "Dr. C Ph.D" similarly boast an educated demeanor, and Canibus teams up with fellow street intellectual Kool G Rap on "Allied Meta Forces." Given the shortage of hardcore yet scholarly rappers out there, Canibus offers a refreshing alternative to his bestial hardcore peers as well as his boringly behaved scholarly ones and presents himself as a proud, true anomaly.

Customer Reviews

Suffers from a severe illness called "Brilliance"!

Canibus has always proved himself a lyrical demon, with intellectual and thought-provoking rhymes combined with a ferocious battling style. However, this album's style is somewhat different from Bis' earlier work, but the result is a more appealing, more mature Canibus. Punchlines have been replaced with philosophy and science, something the world of hip hop has never seen before; if you are a fan of REAL hip hop you will not be disappointed. Lyrics: 9/10 Beats: 9/10 Creativity: 10/10

The iTunes Reviewer is trippin, Can-I-Bus is NOT A HAS-BEEN!!

yo, while this was released 6 years ago, it proves Canibus never lost a step after his beefs with both LL Cool J and Eminem (and i am Eminem's BIGGEST FAN!). he doesn't even talk about those beefs on this LP. he is above what other people say, which makes him unique amongst all the "gangsta's" who take it too seriously. After this LP Canibus never faultered or made a wrong step, he's too sick come fake. this LP is way too awesome to not own. it is one of Can-I's best, so cop it. also, get FOR WHOM THE BEAT TOLLS if u don't got it.

One of the greatest hip hop albums of all time

this is my joint .11 tracks, 1000 bars. flawless. not one filler song on the album. "be careful of the tongue, it tends to bend to the left"


Born: December 9, 1974 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Following some underground work and cameo appearances, most notably on Wyclef Jean's "Gone Till November" remix in 1997, hardcore rapper Canibus feuded famously with LL Cool J. The resulting exchanges -- Canibus' "Second Round K.O." and LL's "The Ripper Strikes Back," both spirited battle tracks, garnered significant attention. Expectations were therefore high when Canibus unleashed his Wyclef-produced debut full-length, Can-I-Bus (1998), shortly afterward on Universal. Most critics panned the album,...
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