- In The Beginning [Intro]
- The Pain
- More Than Gold feat. Timbo King
- Killa Beez Attack [Skit]
- The Bronzeman feat. Killa Sin
- One Plan feat. Byata
- Instrumental [Interlude]
- Stolen Van Gogh
- 5th Chamber feat. 12 O'Clock, Sean Price & Prodigal Sunn
- Stupid Fucking White Man [Skit]
- Good Morning [A Nice Hell]
- Rare Breed feat. Phillie
- Hear What I Say!
- Black Royalty
- Detroit feat. Kevlaar 7 & Phillie
- $ [Aka Cash Rule]
- Poem Burial Ground
- The Great Migration
- Bronze Halls [Outro]
File Size: 72 MB
- Full Album Lyrics
- Full Album Artwork
- All Tracks Are VBR [Grouprip]
Bronze Nazareth, a Wu-Tang affiliate producer that already worked on albums like "Wu-Tang Meets Indie Culture" before his debut entitled "The Great Migration" that sold a low number of copies but proves Bronze Nazareth's stability as a rapper and his outstanding work as a producer.
I remember how long i awaited the release of this album, playing "The Pain" over and over again, when i heard the final product i was more than satisfied, amazed by tracks such as "Poem Burial Ground" and the beautiful "Hear What I Say!", unbelievable lyricism and flow are richened by the dirty jazzy beats, it's easy to recognize a Bronze Nazareth work.
Despite the solid point of this album being the production Nazareth shines on his performance, his subjects are on point and guest artists don't disappoint.
Songs vary from fast paced beats to slow flowed harmonious ones, you will be impressed by how good this album is, despite the limited hype it was introduced with.
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