Posted 11 February 2010 - 01:22 PM
Unfortunately... and I'm a fan and after two listenings...
No easy way to say it, Lyrics are still canibus-dope, but beats are garbage except for 2 or 3 tracks. He even got murked on one of the songs that he featured someone on, one DZK rapper, suffice it to say canibus obviously didnt obtain any experience from Rip the Jacker album produced by stoupe, his choice of beats is appalling, what a waste of lyrics. He didnt notice that as soon as he released an album full of melody like Rip the Jacker and For whom the Beat Tolls, he actually got some attention. this goes to prove once more..
.. Change is inevitable, if u dont change, change itself will overtake you...
Posted 12 February 2010 - 06:00 AM
Posted 12 February 2010 - 04:37 PM
sup Couz, ive listened to all Canibus albums, 2000 B.C is dope no doubt but u should check the new album out regardless, its still worth the listen, but Rip the Jacker is definitely his best effort no doubt, the beats and the lyrics are 9/10 if u ask me. Well produced album by Stoupe (the sampler lol), he knows how to make use of samples and canibus came through with ravaging and aggressively well conceived lyrics.
For whom the beat Tolls is definitely a good album, he made better choice of beats and it paid.
Posted 13 February 2010 - 06:12 AM
Posted 09 March 2010 - 03:14 PM
apop u could try itunes, or amazon, but on both u'll only get to preview the tracks.
i wasnt impressed with his choice of beats completely but i still like the album.
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