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Snowgoons & Reef The Lost Cauze - Your Favorite MC

Snowgoons & Reef The Lost Cauze

Your Favorite MC

CD
US – Original
New
Playlist
01 Brotherhood
02 F**k Rappers
03 Euthanasia
04 Timezones
05 Kill Somebody
06 Boxcutter Samurai
07 Black Opz
08 Brain On Drugs
09 High By Myself
10 Devil's Advocate
11 The Legend Of Mr. T
12 Mount Up
13 Big Shots
14 100 Rhyme Books
15 F**k Rappers Remix
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Artist Snowgoons & Reef The Lost Cauze
Titel Your Favorite MC
Label Ihiphop
Catalog-No IHICD66
Format CD
Pressing US – Original
Release Date 2011
Genre Hip Hop
Style US Hip Hop
Available since 06.12.2011
Item-No 258331
Condition New
Availability Sold out
Price 15,95 €
Snowgoons & Reef The Lost Cauze - Your Favorite MC
Philadelphia meets Germany on the new international collaboration from heralded production team the Snowgoons.
Review
Ulf Puntschuh, 24.11.2011

The Snowgoons don’t have to hide behind big names anymore; they made a name for themselves. The team of producers from Germany managed to get a foot in the door of American underground rap music – in the beginning almost without anybody noticing – and let the bomb explode in 2007 when they released German Lugers. Since then DJ Illegal, Det and by now Danish producer Sicknature are an integral part of American rap biz who have done production work for dozens of rappers (including Afu-Ra, Sean Price, Ill Bill, Raekwon and many more). With the collabo-album Your Favourite MC together with Reef The Lost Cauze there is a new Longplayer in an impressive row of releases coming up. In the beginning you get the impression that Reef is not on fire yet. Apart from trivial battletracks that seem to consist mainly of the hookline there is not much more to discover. Luckily that changes as soon as you get a few tracks further in. Songs like The Devil’s Advocate or Timezones have to offer a little bit more content and thoughtfulness. And the single Black Opz even displays something that you might call social criticism. So after a weak start the album gets better and more diverse with each track which – of course – is necessary if you want to be a favourite MC. No reasons for criticism are given if you have a look on the production side. You don’t know it any different but it is still impressive how dense and powerful the Snowgoons’ instrumentals are: Banging baselines, strings, pianos, choirs, heaps of samples. The production work is orchestral opulence in its purest form. At the most you could complain about a little redundancy, because some of the instrus sound a little alike. On the other hand those powerful beats are exactly what the growing fanbase is expecting.

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