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Sunday, June 1, 2008

eMC - The Show [2008]

Released: March 25, 2008
Uploaded: June 2, 2008


Tracklist:

  1. Who We Be
  2. The Airport
  3. Leak It Out
    [Watch the video for this song here]
  4. The Check In
  5. Traffic feat. Little Brother
  6. Say Now
  7. The Message
  8. Don't Give Up On Us feat. ADI
  9. Git Sum feat. Sean Price
  10. We Alright feat. Strickie Love
  11. The Interview
  12. eMC (What It Stand For)
    [Watch the video for this song here]
  13. The Angry Merch Guy
  14. The Grudge
  15. Make It Better
  16. The Lobby
  17. Winds Of Change
  18. The Show feat. Ladybug Mecca
  19. The Backstage
  20. Borrow You feat. Strickie Love
  21. Once More
  22. U Let Me Grow
    [You can listen to this song here]
  23. Feel It feat. Money Ham
  24. Bonus Track
[All track names fixed]

File Size: 82 MB
DOWNLOAD: Sharebee
INFO: Wikipedia
INCLUDED:

  • Partial Album Artwork
  • All Tracks Are VBR [Grouprip]
Underground9 Overview:
This is the debut album from underground supergroup eMC.
Many of you should already know the rap legend Masta Ace, his amazing work in the past is very respected, right after the release of "A Long Hot Summer" a shocking rumor about his retirement started circulating around the web, but barely a year later the news about his new formed group surfaced, with members being Punchline, Wordsworth and Strick, the fans were excited about the following release despite the numerous future delays.
The album leaked two months before the stated release date, something that could have severely damaged the album's sales, but the album turned out to be a modern day classic, my expectations were overly exceeded.
The album's tone is something that impressed me, fresh lyrics and calm flows with a touch of irony on every track, the very original and capturing songs don't show off poetic or complex verses but simple words and light subjects, a tribute to music from these hip hop veterans.
Tracks like "Make It Better" and "We Alright" are cheerful and heart lightening, while the amazing "U Let Me Grow" is a deep tribute to the artists' mothers, a very personal, emotional track and perhaps the one that i enjoyed the most this year.
Another song that amazed me is "Winds Of Change" where the artists rhyme over an amazing beat, their verses are short and simple but it's what mostly makes it enjoyable on every listen.
Hip hop needs albums like this right now, support the artists and buy their album.

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3 comments:

Praverb said...

nice review fam...how are you doing fam?

Manu said...

Great album, and I would have never found out about it if it wasn't for this blog. This blog is awesome and I would definitely join a forum here.

Anonymous said...

The albums is an enjoyable listen. very introspective, mostly positive.