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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

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Lucio

Agreed. One of the best for a while too.It really shdulon't work but it does as Mos carries the sometimes erratic production. Embassy is a prime example a song that is all over the place, but Mos' flow, and the thumping beat, work.Also it's Mos' album, there aren't a load of cameos from other artists but when there are, like Slick Rick in Auditorium, they're so on-point it's untrue.

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