Review ·
  • - 1987
  • - Part-Time MC (feat. Eli Porter)
  • - IBS
  • - Dr. Fresh
  • - I Will Not Play Your Song (feat. Wrekonize)
  • - Battle Rap (feat. Traphik aka Timothy DeLaGhetto)
  • - Off The Decks
  • - Moral Sensitivity (feat. Jean Grae & Oddisee)
  • - Suicidio
  • - Post Apocalyptic D.C. (feat. Seez Mics)
  • - Vocal Debut

Former DMC and Scribble Jam champion DJ I-Dee moves out from behind the decks to the microphone on his sophomore LP. The shift can be interpreted as an expansion of talents, or a raising of one's game, or a taking of something to the next level. But if the title DJ's Have Feelings Too... But Can't Rap is any indication, the young DJ is movin' on up with a knowing wink. He describes his rhymes as "trying to shed some insight into [his] personal life... However, halfway through the album, it takes a more serious route focusing on drug addiction, thoughts of suicide, domestic violence and so on." Ok. Don't fear, there are also some vets on the mic, including Jean Grae and Oddisee.

V/A - Werkschau Rick Ross God Forgives, I Don't

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