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Best U-God album. Nice addition to the Wu Catalog

I know U-God is an acquired taste. Some people will hate, but this album is just him doing his thing without worrying about anything. Executive produced by RZA, there seems to be more direction on this album than his previous works. There is more cohesion with the beats and the setup of the album. U-God really holds it down for the '90s Wu crowd save for one or two beats. There are no super fast high hats and BS rhymes. There are some great guest appearances and they all hold it down to the fullest. I was very surprised with this album, being a lifelong hardcore Wu fan. There has been some questionable music being made lately by some Wu members, so this is a nice throwback. One last note I just want to say is that this is the first solo U-God album where he seems to be really enjoying himself and he is more mature. He is not afraid to be himself. Keep throwing that flag up!

Must be a Re-Release

I purchased this album back in 2013 through here with the same songs. Must just be a re-release. This album is not new folks.


Dope album by U-God!! Since I'm a die hard Wu fan, I always buy everything that Wu drops, even all their solo albums!!


Born: November 10, 1970 in Staten Island, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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

One of the lesser-known MCs in the nine-member Wu-Tang Clan, U-God was born Lamont Hawkins, and also raps under the aliases Golden Arms, Lucky Hands, Baby U, and 4-Bar Killer. U-God missed out on the first round of Wu-Tang solo projects, which occurred in between the releases of the Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers and Wu-Tang Forever albums; however, he got his chance during the second go-round that followed. 1999's Golden Arms Redemption made him the eighth member of the group to record a solo album....
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