20 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most promising emcees coming out of Brooklyn, Skyzoo has been around for a more than a minute. His profile has been steadily rising over the last few years, thanks to quality releases like The Salvation and Live from the Tapedeck, as well as a slew of solid mixtapes. On this one, he adds four new tracks to his recent project The Great Debate, making a great listen even better. Skyzoo's style isn't thugged-out gangster, fashion-show hipster, ballerific hustler, or save-the-world revolutionary. What is it? Something that’s been sorely missing in the game: straight-up hip-hop with whip-smart lyrics, varied concepts, and an original flow, all laid over dope boom-bap production from the likes of 9th Wonder, Ill Mind, Oh No, Best Kept Secret, and Swiff D. There's really not a weak track on here, but "Rap Like Me," "We Here," "Until It All Goes," and "Get Him to the Greek" are especially nice. Don't miss this one.

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most promising emcees coming out of Brooklyn, Skyzoo has been around for a more than a minute. His profile has been steadily rising over the last few years, thanks to quality releases like The Salvation and Live from the Tapedeck, as well as a slew of solid mixtapes. On this one, he adds four new tracks to his recent project The Great Debate, making a great listen even better. Skyzoo's style isn't thugged-out gangster, fashion-show hipster, ballerific hustler, or save-the-world revolutionary. What is it? Something that’s been sorely missing in the game: straight-up hip-hop with whip-smart lyrics, varied concepts, and an original flow, all laid over dope boom-bap production from the likes of 9th Wonder, Ill Mind, Oh No, Best Kept Secret, and Swiff D. There's really not a weak track on here, but "Rap Like Me," "We Here," "Until It All Goes," and "Get Him to the Greek" are especially nice. Don't miss this one.

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