It’s really all good.
Articles by Sheldon Pearce
An album that preserves the “real” rap that purists fawn over.
This album’s a warning — and hopefully not a eulogy.
Welcome to Consequence of Sound’s first-ever hip-hop zine.
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Solid verses linger a bit too long in the depths of intoxication.
Skin-deep introspection that grows tedious at times.
How did the critics miss this one?
The Darkside multi-instrumentalist may just drift off into the next galaxy.
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