In my opinion, among the best collaboration albums in Hip Hop history, this album is a journey through both Hip Reggae and hop. Enhanced by an electronic, 808-heavy, hip-hop beat, the Florida native drops myriad rhymes relating to hatred from others, politics in the industry, and chasing his dreams, in general. The most unique distinction between these previous poets and mindful rap artists of the 90s, is that the former frequently composed pieces geared towards Black pride and challenging the Guy"; while the latter spoke about the harsh truths that featured belonging of an underclass or un

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