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|3.5 great||Joe Schmoh | January 30th 10|
Phat Kat isn't the greatest MC, but he works with gangster-isms to paint a truly brooding character of a gangster rapper. Despite Phat Kat's work as a rapper, Carte Blanche is truly Dilla's show. J Dilla, best known for his soulful, yet unique way of making beats, changes his style up to make menacing soundscapes, similar to that of Mobb Deep in the 90s, but rather than using an abundance of samples, J uses his skills as an instrumentalist to create a natural darkness in the production. This effort would inspire Madlib to do the very same with Guilty Simpson's Ode To The Ghetto.
|3.0 good||T0rr35 | April 20th 11|
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