1. "Hell yeah fuckn right" In response to Reply # 0
I got the un released underground shit too . But the dopest shit of all is Sach solo album called Sach 5th Avenue' which along with Edan beauty and the beat and Quas further adventures of... and Zion I were all my motherfuckn shit in 2005
5. "RE: Anyone remember that group The Nonce? " In response to Reply # 0
I wouldn't call the raps "subpar" but.. yeah.. they were not lyrically strong on the World Ultimate LP. At the time, I saw them as a heavily Tribe-influenced West Coast group which aimed more for a certain vibe in their music.
Yusuf Afloat (R.I.P.) was actually pretty dope with the rhymes. Sach kinda just said shit that sounded fresh.. fast forward to his solo career, and Sach greatly improved as far as lyricism is concerned. I haven't heard his first solo yet, but someone else mentioned "5th Ave".. This was actually one of my personal favorite releases of 2004.. Production, flows, lyrics, and concepts.. all on point.
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28. "I co-sign this post "On air" was my jizznoint!" In response to Reply # 0 Tue Apr-03-12 07:23 PM by ABROCK33
the were SV before SV to me
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