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The Greatest Rapper Never: Preservation

Dice Raw

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Best known for his extensive work with the Roots (he's appeared on every single one of their albums), North Philly MC Dice Raw is a longtime fan favorite, although this is his first proper solo album. The Greatest Rapper Never: Preservation is more like an EP at just seven tracks deep, but he hits a home run with each of them, fusing smart and introspective lyricism with strong production, solid hooks, and a tangible hunger that comes through in every song. Several joints reflect on his past, growing up and paying dues on "1995" and "Time Flies," while he gets his "I Used To Love H.E.R." on for the heartfelt ode to real hip-hop "Baby Come Home." Other standouts include the triumphant, horn-driven "Never," the frantic, guitar-laced single "100," and its remix, assembling a City of Brotherly Love dream team with Freeway, Schoolly D, EST, and Bionix.

Customer Reviews

Dope!

Incredible record thru and thru right here.

Dice Brings it.

Wow. Been a fan of Dice since the first time I heard "The Lesson, Pt.1" back in 94' and he still brings it. Especially today with all wack music out there, it's good to see artists that still care.

Whoa

Raw isn't the most punctual of people but this is just in time. This is perfect for the whip on the way to the beach. Great work fellas

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Despite his relatively young age, Philadelphia rapper Dice Raw is steeped in hip-hop history. A longtime protégé of Philadelphia group the Roots, he hooked up with the band while still in high school after Kelo, a member of the group's production team, spotted him in a local talent show. The group quickly took the young rapper under their collective wings and decided to bring his talent along slowly. He made his debut in "The Lesson, Pt. 1." Soon after, he made a name for himself with distinct cameos...
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