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Album Review

Kabir raises the bar for lyrical prowess on his debut album, Cultural Confusion. While other rappers pride themselves on the bling of their ice, the figures of their women, or the diameters of their rims, Kabir prides himself on the depth of his lyrics, which are printed in this album's CD booklet. Similarly lyrically inclined rappers Mr. Lif, Virtuoso, and Esoteric join Kabir on "Deficiency Disease," "Democracy!," and "Run Out of Words?," respectively. Kabir produces many of the album's beats himself, though producers Dan Berkson, Nils Van Otterloo, and Solomon Grunge contribute beats as well. Overall, you can tell that Kabir's Boston locale influences his lyrics; he's one of the more academic MCs in the game, no doubt a result of the city's myriad academic institutions.

Customer Reviews

Kabir Comes Ill Lyrically...

This album is definitely Kabir's strongest lyrically. He is clever in his wording and he has good tone. He is truly an inspired emcee on this album. The beats are not as flashy as his following albums, but his lyrics stick with you.

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Real hip hop

Excellent album with incredible beats and true lyricism. Cop this album!

Biography

Born: London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Rapper Kabir was born in London, although at an early age he moved to Boston looking to make his name in hip hop. After working with the funk/jazz group Uncle Trouble, he finally released his solo album, Cultural Confusion, in 2001. He continued to...
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