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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Quick Review: Joey Ripps' Son of 1,000 Pardons

I'm terrible at writing music reviews and even worse when they're hip hop, so I just have a few short words about the latest Blocsonic release, Joey Ripps' Son of 1,000 Pardons.  Also woops - this was supposed to go up last Friday.  I'm terrible at blogging.

Anyway, I really liked the album overall.  Like I said, I don't think I'm really all that qualified to write about hip hop, but if I enjoyed it then that means it was pretty good.  I mean, hip hop is not my go-to music genre, so it takes a really good album to catch my attention.

I was reminded quite a bit of Lupe Fiasco while I was listening - Joey has a sort of...I'm not sure how to describe it...flowing sound to most of his tracks.  Not that I'm saying that I think he ripped Lupe off or anything, that's just the closest sound I can think of to compare him to.

I'll stop now before I start to turn people away by accident or something.  Just go download Son of 1,000 Pardons from Blocsonic!

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