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Solid Album

Not a very well known album from Casual but still good. Casual laces each track with his trademark lyricism and Casual fans will definately find this one is worth the paper. Production wise, the beats are some of the best he's over flown on(including the newer Smash Rockwell album). A few of the songs seem a bit forced though; It's almost as if this album was meant to be more mainstream seeing as how songs like "Little Mama" seem a bit commercial even for Casual. Nevertheless enough tracks on this album to keep your head nodding for quite some time.


Born: East Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Casual was third out the gate (following Del tha Funkee Homosapien and Souls of Mischief) from the Hieroglyphics crew, the undisputed kings of the Oakland underground scene. Casual's stature suggests that he may be the crew's bodyguard, until the mic is in his hand and the MC commences his verbal onslaught. Anything but casual in the sound booth, the gifted freestyler, known for his fierce battle tactics, dropped the moody Fear Itself in 1994 to a chorus of cheers from the underground set. Cas scored...
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