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|(4.5 Stars)||Total Comments: 2|
Name: intelligent_design (Posted: 11/12/2006 3:34:00 PM)
Summary: This Is Sign Of Things To Come From Atlanta....
Comment: Hip-hop is due for some changes. Those changes will come from many places and in various forms. Atlanta will undoubtedly be at the center of change, and groups such as PSYCHE ORAGAMI and COLLECTIVE EFFORTS will be leading the way. A lot of 'underground' heads have an obscured view of the south's contribution to the art, due largely impart to the domination of mainstream propaganda, however those that seek a little deeper will find uplifting and thought provoking lyrics from groups like PSYCHE ORAGAMI. Instead of focusing on materialism and the downfall of humanity, this song speaks of the love that drives the art, and the sacrifices such love require. Jmil and Bambu of Collective Efforts are icing on the cake. They put forth nothing less than what I have come to expect from Collective Efforts. Conscious lyrics, and unbelievable skill in delivery.
Don't sleep on a good thing, check out something real from the south.
Name: toughjunkie (Posted: 10/5/2006 7:20:00 PM)
Comment: Ya all ready know what time. Once again a solid track.