“Early Public Enemy was formatively innovative, but on this latter-day record PE explore and deepen that signature not unlike master jazzmen — or the Stones, for that matter — and that’s not only worthy of an album, it’s groundbreaking in terms of hip-hop.” -Allmusic.com Check our Catalog
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“A predictably righteous volley of rhyme grenades on race and pop-culture politics, tinged with grumpy nostalgia, it’s startlingly potent. Grooves clobber, facts sucker-punch; and Flavor Flav lights up ’31 Flavors’ like a Christmas tree, riding a hot go-go groove. They’re still partying for their right to fight, hard as ever.” –Rolling Stone Check Our Catalog
“K’NAAN[‘s] 2012 effort, Country, God or the Girl, another grand step down the Wyclef and U2 road where you’ll find sincerity, grandness, poignancy, political anthems, and big productions. …K’NAAN’s a rock-solid songwriter with a charismatic delivery that rains down sparks of cool guy and clever, so call this familiar but rewarding one ‘Gracedland’ or just […]