May 29, 2021

Channel Live - Secret Science Rap (2006)

*A photo of the disc is included in the RAR file.

Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Hip-Hop
Label Number: DRF-106
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© 2006 Draft/Uncle Howie Records
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Stylistically, Channel Live has come a long way from the days when they sparked "Mad Izm" with KRS-One and produced of the most inspired extended-metaphor singles ever with 1995's "Sex For the Sport." On their third album, SECRET SCIENCE RAP, the New Jersey duo joins the ranks of hip-hop acts following Dead Prez's lead by taking on a more aggressive rhyme style and sporting a more politically conscious stance, as they take aim at President Bush and the Iraq war on most of the album's vocal cuts. (Six of the 13 tracks are instrumentals). The album was overseen by biz legends Howie McDuffie and Ill Bill for that duo's joint venture, Draft Records.

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