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Jul 2010
Review - Griffin 'Samson' - 3.6 out of 5 based on 9 votes
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Written by Michael Stover


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Griffin, if you didn't know is a Tunnel Rat, Scribbling Idiot affiliate and one half of the duo EDM (Mouf Warren of SI being the other half). Griffin is one of my favorite emcees and this was before his solo debut album ‘Samson’ was released. A lot of fans of The Tunnel Rats have been waiting for a Griffin solo effort since the 2005 self-titled TR release. Here we are five years later and End of Earth Records releases Griffin’s ‘Samson’.



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08
Jul 2010
Review - The Church: Called & Collected - 3.9 out of 5 based on 22 votes
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Written by K. Lenon Fenelus


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What makes a healthy church? Lamp Mode and 9Marks have teamed up to let Christians know. Utilizing the “9 Marks of the Church,” (created by D.C. Pastor Mark Dever) Flame, Trip Lee, shai linne, Tedashii, and others seek to communicate the characteristics that aid in the health of the church. This album is a perfect marriage of weighty doctrinal teaching and quality rap music. Learning has never been so worthy of a rewind as it is here.



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Jul 2010
Review - Washington Projects 'Light Up The Dark' - 4.3 out of 5 based on 14 votes
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Written by Jeramiah (para-DOX) Giehl


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In the vein of City High, The Fugees and Black Eyed Pea's, SoulJahz came on the scene as a rap trio made up of two brothers and one sister. The lil sister, like L Boogie, can rap and sing with the best of them. Honestly, their first release caught my attention when Christian Radio wasn't playing much Christian Hip Hop in San Diego County. "Rap Revolution" was a dope cut that local San Diego Christian Radio was spinning. The song featured some dope lyricism which included rhyming every possible word ending in "ation", that you could think of and then some. The brothers Joshua and Jekob had a Onyx / Wu Tang-esque flow which I was feeling at the time. Then a few years passed and they released "The Fault Is History" which was a more pop mainstream album that included a couple re-done cuts off their first indie album. They started touring and doing their new music more like pop singers rather than rap stars.

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