Ragnarok is dark. I happen to like dark, grimy underground Hip-Hop so I appreciated this release. Even though it does not feature any of the primary OG Wu clan, it still feels Wu-Tang. RZA is not involved (as if we even expect it anymore), but still, there is a unique, quality soundscape provided by Shaka Amazulu, The 7th, backing Killah Priest’s historic and fantastic imagery. Listen to it straight through and run it back a few.
The Ark Before Noah – intro
B.4.R.C.0.D.3. – !!!
Day of the Dead – !!! 1/2
M.D.M/Master Devine Master = Mind Detect Mind – !!! 1/2
TUNE IN EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT FOR #WESTSIDERIDAHREPORT 5PM PACIFIC-2AM PACIFIC/8PM-5AM EASTERN WSRR 10.20 A lot of releases in hip hop history this week. Picking a few major game changes to highlight. In the month of October folks tend to come with some dark themes, and these releases don’t disappoint. October 18th 1994. “Genocide and Juice” the 2nd studio release by The Coup. With Boots Riley as the front man, this […]
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