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I don't think these recent reviews are being helpful

Kia Shine may not be what every hip hop fan is looking for but this album isn't as terrible as the prior reviews are saying. The Memphis Boy sticks to the old southen rap style. He has mediocre lyrical talent, which some of his better rhymes can be hard in songs like Krispy. He has good flow, however, some of his songs are too similar each other and the album can not stand alone. This album is nothing special, but it is more that one star. In a time where hip hop is on the decline, this is sadly one of the better rappers out there. To the earlier reviewers, make your reviews more helpful to the audience. If you think it's one star, at least explain why you think so.

RAP is dead

Stop sayin hiphop is dead. Horrible stuff like this isnt hiphop, its rap- theres a difference. they should make hiphop and rap different genres on itunes. Rap is industry, hiphop is real. THIS IS RAP. 4GET THIS, BUY COMMON'S NEW ALBUM!!!

I Feel This One

When I listen to an album, I listen to the beats first, then the rhymes. With that being said i just want to let all of ya'll know that this Album Bangs. if an album doesn't have that shove,that wang, or whatever you call it where you from when you got them gorillas in the trunk, it gets no play at all. Where im from we dont listen to our music in headphones on the subway or the bus, we hook the ipod or the laptop up to the system in our cars. Now hate alll you want on this album, but it would get play in my city. especially in the clubs. just for the record......i'm not a teenybopper prepubescent kid that doesn't know hip hop I'm a grown man that grew up during the "Golden Age" of Hip Hop. With That being said, Rakim Big Daddy Kane, Tupac,or Jay he is not, but at the same time he is not trying to be them either...Kia Shine has found his lane and he put the car on cruise control and rides the road til the wheels fall off. if you really listen to what he is saying instead of dismissing him before you give it a chance, he really drops some knowledge in his raps. he is not the most complex rapper, but thats what makes people relate to him. overall i think his album is worth checking out.


Born: October 17, 1980 in Memphis, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

Southern producer and rapper Kia Shine, aka Kinfolk Kia Shine, relied on his passion and knack for making catchy beats and hooks to pull himself out of dire situations. Born and raised in Memphis, TN, Shine left the turbulent Frazer section of Memphis for greener pastures, working in the corporate offices of a major casino conglomerate. When he was presented with the opportunity to take a promotion and an $80,000 salary at the company's Las Vegas headquarters, he turned it down to pursue music. With...
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Due Season (Explicit Version), Kia Shine
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Hardcore Rap
  • Released: Jan 01, 2007
  • Parental Advisory

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