Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Classic twenty three - Directors' cut


IF YOU'RE a fan of hip hop and you haven't heard Gravediggaz's dark debut, then get with the plot.
When the horrorcore supergroup - made up of Prince Paul and Rza alongside Frukwan and the now-deceased Too Poetic - released 1994's Six Feet Deep, originally titled Niggamortis, a true classic was born.
With a mixture of black, black humour, lyrical flow akin to Wu Tang Clan's seminal Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), and brutal old school production you would expect from two all time great producers, this is one LP worth resurrecting again and again.

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