selected REVIEWS

Wale Oyejide
Wale Oyejide Africahot! Shaman Work • 2006

Viva Bomma, patatten met saucissen! Wale Oyeideís back! Might the spirits of Fela Kuti, Mandrill and Oneness Of JuJu be resurrected through this album? We dare to respond affirmative. From the warm electro bass-lines, the funky congo drummin, the cheerful chants of Nubian sisters and the additional sax playing on the first track 'Jump & Funk' to the electrifying bonus Good Foot remix of CL Smoothís 'I Canít Help It', the sounds of this record will turn your bedroom, living room or ball room into steaming Nigeria.

POSTED 11|08|2006
Wildchild
Wildchild The Jackal EP Industry • 2004

People who enjoyed listening to the Wildhild album and heads who feel the Stones Throw discography must check out this fine EP.

POSTED 09|04|2004
Wiz
Wiz The Book Of Wizdom N/A • 2007

Wizís book is one of many stories and many sounds, many experiences and influences, itís entertaining, itís confronting and itís never boring. Wiz could still grow as a rapper, the mastering of this record could be better, but itís these flaws that at the same time give a certain authenticity to it.

POSTED 09|26|2007
Wordsmith
Wordsmith The Blue Collar Recital Nu Revolution Entertainment • 2013

A compilation of 11 workman's songs that sollicitate for radio airplay. Not easy, but we're sure he will appeal to both the overground and the underground. Wordsmith does it with (working) class.

POSTED 09|17|2013
Wu-Tang Clan
Wu-Tang Clan A Better Tomorrow Warner Bros Music • 2014

How could we have doubted the Staten Island wonder formation? Wu-Tang Clan is the most talented flock of rappers since decades. All Wu members excellent in their craft. Each memberís style is still unique till this day. ĎIím hot as hellís kitchen with the oven oní. And RZA remains a producing genius that has lost little to none of his prodigy.

POSTED 01|21|2015
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