Grits - Dichotomy B

Wednesday 19th January 2005
Grits - Dichotomy B
Grits - Dichotomy B

STYLE: Hip-Hop
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 12418-1518
LABEL: Gotee GTD72920
RELEASE DATE: 2004-11-19
RRP: £10.76

Reviewed by Mark Sherwood

This is, of course, the sister album to 'Dichotomy A'. Comparing it to their previous offerings I'm not sure that anything stands out quite like "They All Fall Down" or "Here We Go". What you can expect is top notch production, rapping which is beyond question (good quality) and music which is taken beyond the normal confines of hip-hop. That's what I like about these guys - they are not afraid to experiment and show their versatility, they combine rock, hip-hop and a laid back style with ease. My favourites have got to be 'Sippin' Some Tea' and 'I Wanna Be With You' which sums up what is my approach to life. " We gonna raise our kids, we gonna reach our goals, we gonna walk hand in hand to the end of the road, we gonna love ourselves, we gonna serve our God, we gonna sing this song till all headz nod." Isn't this what life is all about? This album is perfect for chillin', reflecting, driving and dancing - what more could you want? This is recommended for new fanz and old.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. On My Way [Listen]
2. If I... [Listen]
3. Open Windows [Listen]
4. We Don't Play [Listen]
5. There I Go [Listen]
6. Saved Soul [Listen]
7. U Want It [Listen]
8. In Your Eyes [Listen]
9. Feel My Flow [Listen]
10. Sippin' Some Tea [Listen]
11. Next (Interlude) [Listen]
12. I Wanna Be With You [Listen]
13. Stressin' Me [Listen]

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