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A decade after her revered debut album Dirty Harriet dropped, ex-Flipmode Squad first lady Rah Digga returns with her new album Classic, which is scheduled to hit the streets on September 14th. Her sophomore release is rife with the ambidextrous vernacular that has earned her a place amongst the best female MCs of all time. Produced exclusively by Nottz, Classic is an unrelenting demonstration of Digga's impeccable delivery and cadence. After 10 years of label politics and concentric side-projects that landed her appearances on notable records by the likes of The Fugees (on their 1996 multi platinum album The Score, which hit #1 on the Billboard charts and is one of best-selling Hip Hop albums of all time) and numerous Busta Rhymes releases, along with mentions in Time, XXL and Rolling Stone, Rah Digga returns with the focus and tenacity of a hungry rookie.
She exercises her right to drop excellence (and expletives) on the percussive lead single This Ain't No Lil Kid Rap , and acknowledges the superficial virtual-realities of the nü-record industry on Viral . The Newark native has never seemed more at home than she does when she's digesting mid-tempo instrumentals, but this time she has a plate full of Nottz bangers.
Hip-Hop has always been about showing and proving, and on Classic Rah Digga's old habits die hard (or not at all). She's as relevant and unapologetic as ever, especially when she has the podium all to herself.
Rah Digga, no other female out right now or should I say mainstream artist can bring it like Rah, Dirty Harriet is nice on the micPublished 6 months ago by Calvin Mitchell
other than being fine !! she can rap her a** off. nottz on the beats her on the mic = classicPublished on February 20, 2011 by sr jr x ta
I always loved Rah Digga from her days in the Outsiderz, her appearance with the Fugees Cowboys and of course Flip Mode squad. Read morePublished on November 4, 2010 by Robert Y. Lamaute
A very good album. Rhymes are solid, beats are good quality and it is easier to listen to than her first album, there are no poor tracks.Published on September 26, 2010 by British Commentator
I have never written a review before because...well, I'm too lazy.
But I just have to say Rah Digga is the Da Truth!!! Read more