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This just might be the greatest hip hop album ever.
Not only that, but the album holds a very spacy sound enhanced by a rich sonic atmosphere of odd, trippy effects (both in the beats AND the vocals).
There's been a lot of really interesting developments in experimental electronic-based music recently.
Album is spectacular. Breath of fresh wind when nearly everything on air is Shi@@y.Published 6 months ago by man man
This is out there for real %$#@! I was listening to my Cheerywine album and thought wonder if there is another record out, that is when I stumbled upon this. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Austin D Zachary
Refreshing in a hip-hop world of sameness. Smooth vocals and hard beats make this album hit. I'm looking forward to more from these guys.Published 10 months ago by Blake Whitaker
Experimental, abstract and completely out there; Shabazz Palaces "Black Up" is a hip hop album like no other. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ray-Review
I stand by this as one of the most creative, innovative, and captivating rap albums of the century. Even to this day, Shabazz Palaces sound like they were beamed in from another... Read morePublished 13 months ago by bananas
Fun, innovative, thought provoking and ambitious. Testament that there's still much untraveled road in the genre despite what it may seem.Published 18 months ago by Edwin Camarena
Very a-typical production for a hip-hop album, but that's what makes it intriguing. I don't listen to much of this genre, but it just pulled me in the way Madvilliany did. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by Tamon Go
This just might be the greatest hip hop album ever. I know that's saying alot and I'm just some white dude (although I believe that, even if this album is obviously pro-Black, race... Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by jordan333