posted Thursday August 22, 2002 at 04:00PM PST | 3 comments
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There is no question when Cage's career took off: it was
Travi$ Scott - Rodeo
Lupe Fiasco - Pharaoh Height 2/30
Lil Dicky - Professional Rapper
Mick Jenkins - Wave[s]
Eligh - 80 HRTZ
This album is so fucking dope, classic no doubt. Production beat-wise lyrically and nice flows just everything match up. If you into either hardcore, horrorcore or underground lyrical hip hop you'll get it here. Everything of that in one album.
Easily in my top 10 albums all time, new, old, mainstream, underground.
The originality is at 100%, nothing has before it or after it has come close to this.
This lyrical content is as unique as it gets and the emotion expressed from Cage just give it the best feeling album giving it that special effect, making it a must to re listen.
Wish he continued this style longer, although we have to be grateful for this legendary album.
Thank you Cage, Mighty Mi, RJD2, Copy, Mr. E, and everyone that contributed to this masterpiece
Not better than Em though not even close to the Slim shady Lp
Shock wise Cages is iller
Lyrics wise Em is a lot better
Em copied Cage and made being demented cool to millions
I would congratulate dude instead of dissing him