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The Secret To Success

Damn it’s been a while since I last dropped something for The ‘Fro (almost a month ago with Alchemist’s Chemical Warfare album review), I guess Hip-Hop mus...
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Mobb Deep – The Infamous [1995]

Just as H2O mentioned in his Classic Material write up for De La Soul’s classic De La Soul Is Dead album in that no De La Soul album had been previously sel...
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Blaq Poet – Tha Blaqprint

I always enjoy it when I get a chance to check out an album that I’ve been anticipating and waiting to hear, and in the case of Blaq Poet’s second album Tha...

Mos Def – The Ecstatic [Review]

I know that the review of Mos Def's The Ecstatic album has been one that people have been looking for since Tuesday when it was released and I am happy to d...
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J Dilla – Jay Stay Paid

While some might be trying to figure out if this is a standard album review by nappyafro terms, I’d like to introduce you to SpeakerHead’s Boomin’ System (p...

Busta Rhymes – Back On My B.S. [Review]

About three years since his last release The Big Bang, Busta Rhymes is “back in the most immaculate way” as he would say. Back On My B.S. is Busta’s eighth ...

UGK – UGK 4 Life [Review]

Since Pimp C’s untimely death one year ago, we have come to understand that yet another good one has gone to grace far to early in life. Pimp C’s influence ...

Black Milk – Tronic [Review]

“Better late than never”… That saying probably holds the most truth when it comes to this Rewind Review of Black Milk’s second album release entitled Tronic...
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Emilio Rojas – Recession Proof [Mixtape]

Emilio Rojas… That’s a name that many Hip-Hop fans might not recognize. Well that’s understandable since he’s kind of new on the Hip-Hop scene, but that doesn...
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J Dilla – Donuts [2006]

When speaking about the word classic, terms such as timeless, unforgettable, and lasting come to mind. Just after the 3-year anniversary of the passing of t...
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Common Sense – Resurrection [1994]

Okay do me a favor and just forget about Common’s latest album Universal Mind Control for a moment. Just act like that album was never released and tell me ...
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Why Jay-Z Should Be Man Of The Year

Now when I saw the category of "Man Of The Year" I didn't know exactly what to think because in my mind that would definitely go to the President-elect Bara...

Jake One – White Van Music [Review]

After taking some time to clean up my apartment, which entailed listening and going through over 100 unlabeled CD's (I’m never making a “mixtape/playlist” CD-...
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That’s Some Bull%!*# (Ed. 2)

That’s right folks, it’s about that time again to sort through the massive pile of bullshit that’s occupying space in the music industry and other areas of ...

Termanology – Politics As Usual [Review]

It was two years ago when I heard a song titled “Watch How It Go Down” and heard the lyrics “Rapper that’s lyrical slash Latin/Political passed rappin’/With...

Nelly – Brass Knuckles [Review]

Sorry for the delay on the Nelly album review, but it’s finally here. Before the festivities begin for my 21st b-day today, I’m gonna see what Nelly has to ...
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That’s Some Bull%!*# (Ed. 1)

I’d like to welcome everyone to the 1st edition of the newest column to nappyafro from yours truly (SBK) entitled That’s Some Bull%!*#. It is in this column...

Nappy Roots – The Humdinger [Review]

Not being a huge fan of the group Nappy Roots, I haven’t really been to big on them since their debut album Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz released in 2002...
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Rewind Review: AZ – Doe Or Die

Succeeding Nas’ classic album Illmatic in 1994, AZ released his debut album that would go on to be deemed classic material upon its release. In being released ...

Reks – Grey Hairs [Review]

It’s been over a month since I last dropped a review (Deified by Keak Da Sneak), but SBK is back in the building back at the ‘fro. Since my time away in dea...

Keak Da Sneak – Deified [Review]

Outside of the Bay area in California, there may not be a lot of people that know about Keak Da Sneak or his music. The ones that do know about him is most ...
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