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Johnson & Jonson

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Johnson & Jonson

by Johnson & Jonson

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Label: Tres Records
Unlike Blu's previous project, Blu and Exile's Below the Heavens, the emphasis here is more on Mainframe's production. The L.A. producer offers a beat pastiche, much in the same spirit as Prince Paul, Madlib or Danger Mouse, and the tracks here veer from up-tempo Motown boogie to down-tempo, jazzy West Coast hip-hop. Blu's rhymes are more freewheeling, less serious and introspective. It's doubtful that this will have the same impact as Below the Heavens, but it's a fun album that shows off Blu's versatility.

About This Album

Unlike Blu's previous project, Blu and Exile's Below the Heavens, the emphasis here is more on Mainframe's production. The L.A. producer offers a beat pastiche, much in the same spirit as Prince Paul, Madlib or Danger Mouse, and the tracks here veer from up-tempo Motown boogie to down-tempo, jazzy West Coast hip-hop. Blu's rhymes are more freewheeling, less serious and introspective. It's doubtful that this will have the same impact as Below the Heavens, but it's a fun album that shows off Blu's versatility.

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About This Album

Unlike Blu's previous project, Blu and Exile's Below the Heavens, the emphasis here is more on Mainframe's production. The L.A. producer offers a beat pastiche, much in the same spirit as Prince Paul, Madlib or Danger Mouse, and the tracks here veer from up-tempo Motown boogie to down-tempo, jazzy West Coast hip-hop. Blu's rhymes are more freewheeling, less serious and introspective. It's doubtful that this will have the same impact as Below the Heavens, but it's a fun album that shows off Blu's versatility.