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MJG’s first solo album should be considered alongside OutKast’s ATLiens and UGK’s Ridin’ Dirty, similarly-minded classics from the same era. Like those canonical works, No More Glory incorporates a brand of low-key funk that is as rich as it is deep. In “What Is This” MJG poses the question: “I'm flabbergasted, am I the only rapper not afraid / To come with what I feel in my heart and get paid?” Southern rap was still a much-maligned genre in 1997, but this album is not only heartfelt and mindful — it’s truly musical. “Slippin’,” “Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy” and “Black Mac Is Back” show that MJG (and producer T-Mix) have absorbed the lessons of Curtis Mayfield, the Isleys and their other soul forefathers. MJG raps like a man whose morals are tested by demons on the daily. Hip-hop’s picture of a "conscious” rapper is Common or Mos Def, but MJG embodies determination, integrity, and conviction.

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This is the best album dat MJG have made... He is one of my favorite rappers.


One of the classics albums to me

One of the most underated in the game

8ball & MJG are two of the most underated rappers/groups the rap game has over looked since UGK rip PIMP C I'll always bump these old skool ghetto rap tunes over this new age of noise I won't even call it music


Born: Memphis, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

MJG, half of the pioneering Southern rap duo 8Ball & MJG, rarely branched out for solo albums (e.g., No More Glory, 1997), yet his work with 8Ball proved influential, earning him a reputation as a living legend. Born Marlon Jermaine Goodwin, MJG grew up in the Orange Mound area of Memphis, TN, where he met 8Ball at Ridgeway Junior High School in 1984. The two shared a passion for hip-hop, which hadn't yet made a strong impact in the South, and formed their own rap duo, 8Ball & MJG. They made their...
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