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Bronze theology

Bronze Narareth does it again! Incredible production matched with intellectual rhymes that are waaaay over the heads of these unintelligent kids who know nothing about hip hop. Check for #41 Associated with the GZA. The production on #38 Michigan Rain is food for thought. $19.99 is a little too steep, but pick it up anyway. Detroit stand up!

WAKE UP & LISTEN!!!

Don't sleep, to all you radio listening, mainstream supporting zombies! This is well worth the purchase!

Carrying the Wu Torch

A lot of recent works coming from the Wu camp have been debatable (although I personally liked 'em all), but Bronze Nazareth is always on point. Like a new RZA...Although not all the songs are new, they ARE all great. Of course, the production is just amazing, and so are the lyrics. GREAT BUY. Only annoying thing is the "This is Thought for Food...get it...get it n***a" in all the songs...lol - But still an awesome record.

Biography

Born: Grand Rapids, MI

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Born and raised in Grand Rapids, MI, rapper and producer Bronze Nazareth knew that he always wanted to make and record his own music, he just didn't always have the resources to do so. However, his break came in 1997 while he and his brother Kevlaar 7 were trying to promote their album and Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Cilvaringz liked what he heard and arranged for Bronze Nazareth to come to Wu-Tang's 36 Chambers Studios. RZA was also impressed by the young musician's beats and immediately invited him...
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