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Channel U, Vol. 2

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Recognize the genre of music before you trash an album

The one and glaring problem with iTunes Reviews is the fact that there are so many ignorant music listeners reviewing. For the two reviewers previous, what you two do not realize is this is a UK Grime record with some different styled melodies and beats. Just because the DJ Ironik melody reminds you of a Kanye track with some laid back lyrics does not give you the right to trash the entire album. Search for Ironiks other stuff and give a listen, i think you'll find that he is a GRIME artist. Go back to listening to the next pop one-hit wonder and hopefully someday in the future you can open your minds up a bit. People said that 2-Step was garbage and then Craig David releases a hit and everyone was on board. This is how these things go and until Ryan Seacrest says its ok too many genres are ignored by Americans. Dont hate, give a listen and if you dont like… move on.

agree with the comment below me

i agree 100% with the comment below me. UK music is unique and all of the songs have an awesome beat to it. Don't get me wrong american music is also good but it's starting to change it feels like the industry just sign anyone they want as long as they have a pretty face and stuff like that. but the UK artists basically tells it like it is. and I highly recommend this Album to anyone who knows real music or want to give a diff. style a try because american style music isnt the only kind of "good music" because not all american music is acturally music

same here

exact same comment from the one below

Channel U, Vol. 2
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  • $19.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Jan 28, 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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