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Emes! Emes! Emes!

True Jews with beats gadol! Crank up the new wave Baal Teshuva flow, heavy on the profundities, slinging lines in rhymes like bochers chasing l'chaims with limes. Jew or not, you owe it to yourself to come listen, hear the revolution in faith through chassidus. This isn't the niggun Zayde taught you, and these aren't Erik B. and Rakim; still, Ta Shma succeeds in bringing them together for a fabrengen, a seuda featuring a dose of emes, truth. Produced by the same talents that produced Matisyahu's first, Arise..., this is a must for your ipod.

Whoa!

I bought the album to hear the cut with Matisyahu. They also have E-Shy on here (Blacks and Jews-hot video!). This album is quality. A definate classic. Not only are all the beats hot, not just synthetic, but made with real instruments (the clarinet is soooo dope), these guys actually have a message. All hiphop today is so played out, and then these guys hit the scene. Wow! You gotta get this

I came and I listened and I loved it!

I'm feeling this. Shine is a beautiful song, and I aint even mad at the guitar solo outro. I dig the Matisyahu track too, it's cool to hear him flow on a hip-hop track. I really found this album to be on point musically and lyrically. Who's that dude E-Shy? He kills it on Arise-O-Rise. I feel like I just discovered a whole new sub-culture. Sweet! The album is full of really catchy songs that won't leave my head. Ta Shma, I came and I listened. And I loved. Keep it up. G-d Bless!

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