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In my opinion, only Illmatic and Stillmatic are better Nas albums.
This album is strong politicly, you can feel one unity, love, struggle and history about black people society and in over all, what touches modern-day issues.
As always, Nas is very lyrical, and the beats are off the hook throughout the entire album.
Perfection! Truth! Realness! Slapping myself right now for not having bought it when it came out...Published 1 month ago by Christopher Taylor
This album isn't bad. The songs aren't Nas' best but overall a decent album.Published 1 month ago by Justin Souva
Nas is the man, point blank. Always looking forward to new music from him and I didn't have this so I decided to pick it up.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
This album is on an uplifting future tip. Refreshing message from Nas.Published 5 months ago by Courtney Evans
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Are you serious? Capitalism runs America, huh? I challenge you to define the word.
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I agree RZA's version is a lot better. Nas should have cut it or remixed it when he heard RZA's version.
Jul 16, 2008 by B. Knowledge | See all 3 posts
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Where have you heard ALL the tracks? Or are you just talking about 'The Nigger Tape'? cause I got that and it's hot. I'm definitely picking up the album though.
Jun 29, 2008 by Samantha | See all 20 posts
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