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The Scope of Things - Move.meant takes it 'Higher' once again!

If you haven't had a listen to these guys yet, I don't know what to tell you... other than, buy this one! This has been by far my best purchase on itunes ever, and the well anticipated wait for this album has been well worth it. The production is hot (Jus), Spider's cuts are clean, and in every song, you got the one and only Champ doing his thing. Basically, if you appreciate Hiphop - every album on the Move.meant list is for you, but I can't reccomend a better album of quality, completness and talent out there, for you than this one - The Scope of Things exemplifies the seasond skills of champ, spider and jus beats with a range of styles and pureness that I haven't heard in some time, its str8up refreshing. Much respect to the Move.meant crew! Just waiting on the next one!

Brilliant doesn't quite sum it up!

If i were a wordsmith I would enthrall you with a beautiful description of how this album is a masterstroke yadi yah blah blah....... but i'm not so...... This album is AMAZING. Move.Meant is so slept on it hurts. The best Hip Hop/Rap album this year. If you hear anyone crying that hip hop is dead crap be sure you tell them about m.m torrey

Lyrically Gifted

The more I listen the more I realize that this entire album is gold. My favorite song is Miracle which can not be explained in words. Listening to that song just inspires me.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Though DJ Spider and MC Champ! first met when they were classmates at California's Sonoma State University, their hip-hop group Move.meant didn't really start to take shape until Champ! moved to L.A. and was introduced, through Spider, to producer Just Beats. The trio immediately began to make music together, and in 2002, their first single, the vinyl-only "The Rebirth" (b/w "Heather") came out. Both of those songs were also included on Move.meant's self-titled EP, which was released the following...
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