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5.0 classic
Stuck Mojo Southern Born Killers
Lord Nelson brought an entirely new flavor to the band with his deep vocal and rhythmic style. This album gave me hope for the once dying future of TWO genres: Metal and Hip-Hop!

4.5 superb
BMB might be an acquired taste, with its Hip-Hop / Trip-Pop / Experimental-Trance hybrid sound. But you can't deny these bangin' completely original beats with incredibly talented featured guests. The origin, or philosophy of this album came straight up real, raw, one-take, no "do-overs", street Hip-Hop. Bumpin' and brash, polished and scratched, this is a one of a kind artist with a once in a lifetime album has a diverse and infectious vibe that anyone can groove to.
Jara America's Most Haunted
Jara's debut Pop-Rock album has 7 incredible tunes featuring upbeat grooves and infectious melodies, with just a little experimental-eclectic introspection tossed in on the last couple tunes with a lot emotion and vulnerability shown. But "Maybe" is a standout hit on what is a really an upbeat album, though the others all stand strong! Outstanding songwriting, fantastic performances, and great production. Can't wait to hear what this prodigy (young, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist) comes out with next!
Stuck Mojo The Great Revival
An incredible album with Metal, Rap, & Soul. I was blown away.

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