Album Review: muzeONE – “Cold War”
Published on June 23, 2011
This is a much anticipated release by many across the Holy Hip Hop community. An excellent line of production and artists make this album a definite-must for the ITunes library. Production from Medi-CAL, Teddy P a.ka. Wes Pendleton, Witness, DJ Official, Othello, Theory Hazit, and of course the man himself: MuzeONE.
If you enjoy listening to artists such as: Shai Linne, Phanatik, Braille, Scribbling Idiots, Theory Hazit, and Young Joshua then you will absolutely love MuzeONE’s “Cold War”.
So what did MuzeONE bring to the table with ColdWar? Raw Lyrics, Raw Production, and a style that is just up front blasting with an artistic lyricism that’s not only gifted, but straight forward, and very energetic.
The features made the album even better, with guest appearances by: Average Joe, Young Joshua, KJ-52, Wonder Brown, JustMe, Ruslan (theBREAX), J.A.Z., Sev Statik, and J-Wisdom. I especially enjoyed the feel KJ-52 brought to “Lights On” while tag-teaming the track with Wonder Brown, and MuzeONE. Wonder Brown ripped the microphone in half with quick flow, and the song quickly shot up to be one of my favorites.
Songs that made this album its best were: Cold War, Keep Listening, Lights On, Home Is…, and News. I enjoyed those songs the most, and those alone made the album worth having. Once again I come to the conclusion: “Don’t Sleep”. Get this album, support this artist, and you will not be disappointed.
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• Music: 9 of 10
• Flow / Delivery: 9 of 10
• Lyricism: 7 of 10
• Content: 8 of 10
• Creativity / Originality / Relevancy: 8 of 10
• Credibility / Confidence: 9 of 10
• Personality / Character: 8 of 10
• Presentation Quality: 7 of 10
• Overall Production Quality: 8 of 10
• Potential Impact: 9 of 10