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DJ Spinna - Intergalactic Soul
Written by Michelle Cavanaugh   

hip-hop reviews While most associate DJ Spinna with hip-hop, his musical palette ranges from funk to techno to jazz to house to soul to break-beat to reggae. Intergalactic Soul is bursting at the seams with blends of hip-hop and dance beats. Does it really work out as well as DJ Spinna had planned?

The Roots - Game Theory
Written by Ifè Oshun   

hip-hop reviews Atmospheric, dark and grimey are a few choice words to describe this seminal band's latest opus, Game Theory. The return of Malik B. wasn't enough to warn fans about the fire this release brings. Each track effortlessly leads to the next, giving the impression of one long, exquisite jam session.

Outkast - Idlewild
Written by Donna Prima   

hip-hop reviews As a huge Outkast fan, this has been one of the hardest reviews I've ever written. Idlewild offers Big Boi, at the top of his game, as, like in the movie of the same name, he outshines Andre 3000 who seems temporarily stuck in a corny, floundering groove playing the role of cutting edge as opposed to just being progressive.

Crunk Hits Vol. 2 - Various Artists
Written by Brent Wood   

hip-hop reviews Call the police and the fire department, cuz the latest installment in the Crunk Hits series is guaranteed to get the party so fired up the neighbors, and yo mama, will call 911.

Strange Fruit Project - The Healing
Written by Michelle Cavanaugh   

hip-hop reviews A thorough, feel-good album is a rare oddity these days. It’s especially ironic coming from a group of emcee’s named after the 1939 beautifully tragic hit single, “Strange Fruit.” Maybe irony is what the Strange Fruit Project hopes to arouse in their third album The Healing. Whatever the case, every song is laced together with an uplifting sense of strength and pride.

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