selected REVIEWS

Zimbabwe Legit
Zimbabwe Legit Brothers From The Mother Glow-In-The-Dark • 2005

This album, like no other, takes it back to the mothership, even further than Parliament did. Available on enhanced CD (including the video clip of 'Doin Damage In My Native Language') or vinyl, make sure to pick this up because this is regained classic material, guaranteed to make a fan’s day.

POSTED 07|13|2005
Zimbabwe Legit
Zimbabwe Legit House Of Stone pH Music/Pro Se • 2007

While the stereo is turned up another notch when the joyful rap dedication –when Brand Nubian meets KMD- 'Gotta Do…' blows through the speakers, celebrating the long-awaited comeback of a group that remained too long in the shades. Meet real rap, meet real Brothers from The Motherland, meet their steelsolid comeback.

POSTED 09|26|2007
Zion I
Zion I Atomic Clock Gold Dust Media • 2010

MC Zumbi gets more introspective and poetical than on previous Zion I releases, putting the finger on his biological clock, instead of rhyming about things that tick him off.

POSTED 10|23|2010
Zion I
Zion I ShadowBoxing Gold Dust • 2012

Despite the fact that Amp twitches the most electronic moves out of his keyboard, and Zumbi is on a quest for the deepest idles of the human spirit, this exquisite earworm still sounds accessible and refreshing.

POSTED 10|31|2012
Zion I & The Grouch
Zion I & The Grouch Heroes In The City Of Dope OM Records • 2006

An intertwinement of progressive, multidimensional production by Amp Live, the imagery raps of Zion and The Grouch’s earnest raps make them heroes of their own kind, leaving behind a sonic legacy that belongs to the best in hip-hop for 2006 and beyond, a mixture of the emotional and the raw, of passion and consciousness.

POSTED 11|21|2006
Zion I and The Grouch
Zion I and The Grouch Heroes In The Healing Of The Nation The Foreign Exchange Music • 2011

The soundtrack to this recruiting campagne is a sonic adventure. With beats that buzz and synths that sizzle...

POSTED 03|25|2011
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