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woensdag 5 september 2007

Reef the Lost Cauze

I stumbled on this rapper called Reef the Lost Cauze while listening to the Art of Rhyme radio player, and I gotta say I like what he does. Not everything, but he has his moments. Especially on tracks like "Give it up", "Sound of Philadelphia" and "Give up his name". He's a member of a band called JuJu Mob and of the collective Army of the Pharaohs (a loose "super" collective formed by Vinnie Paz from Jedi Mind Tricks, Chief Kamachi, Outerspace, 7L & Esoteric, Apathy and Celph Titled of the Demigodz, Reef, Des Devious, Faez One, King Syze, and the new members Jus Allah, Doap Nixon and D-Mise). He got his rep in freestyle battles. In the meantime he released three solo albums (The High Life [2002], Invisible Empire [2003], Feast or Famine [2005]) and two group efforts (JuJu Mob's Black Candles [2005] and Army of the Pharaohs' The Torture Papers [2006]). He kicked off 2007 with a featuring on the German producers team Snowgoons' German Luger album on a track called "Never" (not my fav beat tho). Somewhere down the road his new album A Vicious Cycle will drop, but no date has been confirmed yet.

Anyway, here are some tracks so you can see for yourself:
In case the embedded player doesn't work properly you can follow this link.

Live @ Store

Commander in Chief

The sound of Philadelphia

Army of the Pharaohs: Tear it down

Army of the Pharaohs: Battle cry

Army of the Pharaohs: All shall perish

Here's a Army of the Pharaohs torrent link.

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