Lyricist Lounge 2 Explicit Lyrics
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Audio, Cassette, Explicit Lyrics, November 28, 2000
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With that being said the album itself is bangin, some commercial heads are featured which is okay since we all got to make money, but this is dope hip hop and you should buy it, not only is it mad cheap used, the album is worth every cent of that four dollars.
- Mos Def is overused on this cd and he's not very impressive on any of the 3 tracks he's appears in...
- Pharoahe Monch should've been used more on this...he was amazing on "Oh No" totally outshined Mos (even Nate outshined Mos)
- Q-tip just shows us again that he's gone commercial
- For the first time ever HiTek mixed a rubbish beat on "Get That Dough" but look who he had to work with on it...
- Talib Kweli and Dead Prez held down the mic ok on "Sharp Shooter"
- Dilated Peoples showed some underground potential on "Right & Exact"
and the Lyricist Lounge veterans: Wordworth and Master Fuol got stuck working with bad artists (Q-tip, JT Money, Pastor Troy) ... remember Consequence (he was on a couple TRIBE CALLED QUEST tracks back in 96) makes a decent appearance in "Cypha" which happens to be one of the best and underground sounding tracks accompanied with 5 other dope lyricists....
so overall -- if your a mad underground hiphop head you might be disappointed and this would be the cd to buy on clearance or borrow off a friend...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This CD is a must is you love underground hiphop. This one is classic and a I probably bought it around 3 times now cuz something happens to it and I cant be without listening :)Published 23 months ago by Karyn
Not volume 1, but still hot. Loved this album, only hated the JT Money Track which is far from Lyricist Lounge material.Published on January 30, 2008 by C. Williams
This is basically adding on to what Adrian said earlier. I have had this CD for years and never noticed this. The back of the CD is not named right. Read morePublished on October 18, 2005 by IMASSUTSE
A lot more known and accredited rappers are on this one and it makes for a better album from start to finish, but you still get some undergrown less known lyricits on it but not as... Read morePublished on August 5, 2005 by G$
I bought this album for one song, Oh No with Mos Def and Phraoh monche and ended up liking the majority of the album. Read morePublished on May 31, 2005 by WildChild
first of all i never heard the whole cd, i've just heard the sampler which is great. this is why i've gave it only 4 stars, i don't know that the rest of the songs are great, so i... Read morePublished on December 24, 2002 by goofy
Almost every song on this album is great. GET THIS CD. Best tracks: Get That Dough, Let's Grow, W.K.Y.A., and Sharp Shooters.Published on November 29, 2001
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