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In Gods We Trust, Crush Microphones To Dust => Turn It Up
on June 9, 2011
This album in my opinion is a must have for anyone that enjoys listening to real hip-hop at its best. I have no problem giving this a 5/5 stars and actually after I got this album, I haven't really been listening to anything else unlike before when I had to change CDs constantly which isn't necessarily a terrible thing.
Lately, Royce da 5'9 claimed that there's been a vast decline in Canibus' rhyming ability compared to when he started however a lot of Canibus fans who purchased the C of tranquillity album totally disagreed with the statement. Canibus definitely proves again on this album that he is far from being over. Both Canibus and Keith Murray kept going hard throughout the entire album even though Canibus seemed to outshine Keith Murray on many of the songs same way he outshined a lot of great emcees he recorded with in the past. However, the only thing I dislike about this album is the very little attention it's getting because there is absolutely nothing negative I can say about the album itself which is why I believe it deserves a lot of credit. This is not the type of album you come by everyday, not even from some of the finest emcees you've ever listened to if I have to be honest. The lyrics on the album => insane, Flow => intense, Consistency => 5/5 star and if you're in a hunt for Hardcore hip hop albums, look here first.