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Though best known for his work with Brand Nubian, New York hip-hop legend Sadat X has a growing discography of solo albums, most released independently and under the radar, but still overwhelmingly tight. No Features is his seventh time out since 1996's Wild Cowboys and finds the Uptown resident really going for self, with absolutely no guests whatsoever. Production comes exclusively from Will Tell (down with the Brooklyn Academy), who cooks up a nice batch of 15 boom-bap joints for X to do his thing on. With his truly unique voice, intricate wordplay, and conceptual verses, Sadat sounds just as strong as he did 20 years ago, going off on tracks like "March Madness" where he compares various rappers with post-season college hoop squads, the bass-heavy domestic violence jam "He Hit Me," and ripped-from-the-headlines closer "Whatchu Gone Do," where he touches on Osama bin Laden, the stimulus package, and North Korea. Other standouts include "Day of the Jackal" and the insanely catchy title track.

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I buy everything this dude put out... been a fan since the 90's


Haha is this a joke!!?!? OMG this guys voice is terrible!!! It's like a mix of Big Bird and Fergie. Yeah, it's that bad!!!!


Saw this on made any1 else?


Born: December 29, 1968 in New Rochelle, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

As a member of Brand Nubian, Sadat X (born Derek Murphy) was one of the key MCs whose messages were inspired by the Five Percent Nation. Two years after Brand Nubian's third album, Everything Is Everything, he made his solo debut with Wild Cowboys, which built on his lyrical reputation on top of tough, jazz-inflected arrangements. The album, featuring production from Diamond D and Buckwild, was a solid solo debut that didn't quite scale the heights of his legacy with Brand Nubian. No Better Way,...
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