"Return to the 36 Chambers", the abandonment of conventional singing and rapping techniques
Category: Album reviews
"People Instinctive's Travels and The Path of Rhythm", the Daisy Age imprint
"We Come Strapped", the story of a ruthless gangster
"Ready To Die", the art of storytelling gangster of New York
"Jackpot", the Southern banger made in Saint Louis
"Da Storm", the forgotten rainstorm of Duck Down
"Straight Out The Jungle", the emerging philosophy of the Native Tongues
"Food & Liquors", a fresh wind in a lost Hip Hop
"The Score", a clever mix of Hip Hop, Soul and Reggae
"So... How's Your Girl?", a concept inspired by a TV series
"Death Is Silent", the path to a slow death
"Come Home With Me", the tour of the streets of Harlem
"I Am", the autobiographical story that gets lost in its commercial intent
A title as inventive as it is transgressive
The filthy and furious revolution, "Enta Da Stage"
"Le Calibre Qu'il Te Faut", a French-style mafia comedy
"The Equinox", a powerful boom bap with aggressive fury
"On The Top of the World", the Funk made in Memphis
"World Ultimate", a hypnotic and elusive charm
A low frequency soundprint, "Fantastic Vol. 2"
"Cheers", the Detroit rapper's humble performance
The magic of the beginning, "One For All"
A sticky and melancholic "Soul Food"
Nate's captivating voice dedicated to his love for music
Raw punchlines for an introspective album
A melodious and relaxed G-Funk for a timeless classic
No one could do it better than The DOC at that time
The Neptunian avant-garde touch for a tough "drug rap"
Epic adventures in a cyber-punk atmosphere for a powerful social message
The symbiosis of the rapper and the producer on a jazzy and raw boom bap