REVIEW: Afu-Ra – Life Force Radio

Life Force Radio

Artist: Afu-Ra

Album: Life Force Radio

Label: Koch Records

Rating: 3 / 10

Reviewer: Adrunk

Oh, how this world is capable of breeding so many injustices. September 11th. The Armenian Holocaust. Nestle marketing policies in the Third World. The drunk dude spilling his drink on that 70 quid shirt I bought a couple of months ago. Afu-Ra.

REVIEW: AFAR – AFAR

AFAR

Artist: AFAR

Album: AFAR

Label: Beezee70

Rating: 8 / 10

Reviewer: A to the L

And the world keeps turning for one Jay Berry. Building on the success of his two solo joints, “Ear For Music” and “Mama’s Only Son”, his leadership on the Good Company project, and his production work for his own labelmates on Beezee70, the man more commonly known as Jahah, now shifts his attention to another project.

REVIEW: 730 Michell – 730 Michell

730 Michell

Artist: 730 Michell

Album: 730 Michell

Label: 730 Michell

Rating: 5 / 10

Reviewer: A to the L

Straight outta the Bronx come one of the strangest named groups for a long time. The introductory first track lets us know that the “730” part means “being different, being crazy”, whilst the “Michell” part means “rocking the mic in a world of hell”. Sound weird? Hell, look how long Peanut Butter Wolf has got away with it!

REVIEW: 50 Cent – The Massacre

The Massacre

Artist: 50 Cent

Album: The Massacre

Label: Shady / Aftermath

Rating: 4 / 10

Reviewer: A to the L, Raj, Noixe

The plan was devised and it sounded good. I couldn’t be arsed wading through this on my own, so I’d round up a posse, circle the literary wagons and show that rootin’ tootin’ varmint what a clinical review process is…