REVIEW: Killah Priest – Priesthood

Priesthood

Artist: Killah Priest

Album: Priesthood

Label: Proverbs

Rating: 9 / 10

Reviewer: Killah

I approached Killah Priest new LP with a lot of scepticism. After Priest treated us to his brand of lyrics dropping jewels on both Gravediggaz LP’s, the 2nd and 3rd Gza LPs, both Sunz of Man albums, and his first and greatest solo Wu album ever “Heavy Mental” it went downhill.

REVIEW: Kamal – Suburbia

Suburbia

Artist: Kamal

Album: Suburbia

Label: Dapwati Entertainment

Rating: 0 / 10

Reviewer: Timid

Much has been said about this New Jersey native since his EP review here last September. First given the once over by our resident Irishman and webmaster A to the L, then, after an email from a disgruntled Kamal disagreeing with the verdict, a second look was taken by the hardly sober Adrunk. Now it’s my turn.

REVIEW: Kamal – AKA RJ Block (Re-review)

AKA RJ Block

Artist: Kamal

Album: AKA RJ Block

Label: Dapwati Entertainment

Rating: 0 / 10

Reviewer: Adrunk

*** Note from A to the L: I reviewed this EP by Kamal around September 2001. (Click here for my review.) When I informed Kamal of my review, he disagreed with my score, and so, in the interests of fairness, I decided to pass it to my man Adrunk. Two months on, this is his story…***

REVIEW: Kamal – AKA RJ Block

AKA RJ Block

Artist: Kamal

Album: AKA RJ Block

Label: Dapwati Entertainment

Rating: 0 / 10

Reviewer: A to the L

*** Note from A to the L: I reviewed this EP by Kamal around September 2001. When I informed Kamal of my review, he disagreed with my score, and so, in the interests of fairness, I decided to pass it to my man Adrunk. You can see Ad’s re-review here. ***