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90's Rap Sleeper
on August 30, 2005
This album was the 2nd sleeper album to come from the X-Clan camp. Interestingly enough the other album was from a woman as well (Queen Mother Rage). Nevertheless this album was a strong debut for Isis despite the incessant interjections by Professor X. The beats were good but utilized a large number of house and Afro-pean rythms to help it along. Not that you noticed any of this once Isis (Lin Que) started to rhyme. Also the African movement was central to her theme so it worked rather well. It really was a shame that her career never blossomed. Other than a quick cd5 that followed a few years later Isis faded to obscurity far before her time. This CD is a true gem of 90's rap if you can find it.