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|4.0 excellent||hydeyomoney | April 6th 10|
It's smooth, creamy, jazzy production-wise, sort of like a more straight-forward, less experimental Madlib. This mixed lively lyrics of Lady Paradox, we get a record that hails the 90s without trying to mimic their sounds in it's entirety. If only the Lady sounded a bit more lively while rapping her lyrics :-(.
|4.5 superb||Bulldog | April 4th 10|
I would use the excuse of "Gucci Mane was released the same day," to explain why I didn't listen to this album until now. But I wouldn't have found this anyway. Easily one of the best (and overlooked) albums of 2009, Soulscapes & Jazzbreaks is smooth, beautiful, and urbane. As oxymoronic as the term may seem, Soulscapes & Jazz Breaks is coffeehouse hip-hop if there ever was such a thing. It's not really that hip-hop-ish. Its instrumentals are really jazzy, and Lady Paradox's lowkey singing is really pretty, and she's generally relying on indie lyrical content. Regardless, this is a really, really good album.
|4.0 excellent||fulgrim | April 3rd 11|
|4.0 excellent||RoshanC | March 21st 10|
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