Pettidee - The Legacy Vol 1

Thursday 1st November 2001
Pettidee - The Legacy Vol 1
Pettidee - The Legacy Vol 1

STYLE: Hip-Hop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Shabach Entertainment CMD5409

Reviewed by T A Sutherland

Pettidee raps with a strong evangelical edge to his fast pumpin' abrasive lyrics where Southern and Jamaica sit well together. Pettidee plays with a broad range of styles throughout the album but shines brightest on a Jamaican tip in the amazingly dexterous "The Bamma" and the toe tappin' "Twenty Five". "Wooh Lord" is the main stand out, what with its crazily contagious beat and the compelling excitement flowin' from Pettidee's acrobatic voice. Sadly, a bit stark and dull at times.

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