Mr. Lif - Mo'' Mega
So for now I''ll be brief, so I''ll probably update this later with a more thourough review, but today I got the CD "Mo'' Mega" by Mr. Lif, and I''ve already listened to it a couple of times, it''s pretty awsome!
I would say that some of the songs weren''t the greatest, and he''s done better stuff xThe songs "I Phantom," "Live From The Plantation," and "Home Of The Brave" continue to be my favorites) but this CD was definately good and worth the money.
I still need to listen to it more to get the lyrics memorized and stuff and actually get into it some more, but at the moment I''d say my favorite tracks are "Ultra Mega," "Murs Iz My Manager," "Take, Hold, Fire!," "Mo'' Mega," and "For You."
Another thing I really like is the case. It''s rather fancy looking, and I also love how the booklet is set up so it''s attached to the inside of it. Speaking of the booklet, I love the passage on the first page:
"Mo'' represents the dialect of the Black slave in America.
Mega represents the hyper-modernized world we live in.
As the cost of living increases at an exponential rate,
more of us are finding it difficult to keep pace.
I feel that the term Mo'' extends beyond race to describe
the masses whom have not achieved elite levels of wealth.
Mo'' Mega is the juxtaposition of the slave and the elite
with no common ground between the two."
Great CD. Worth buying if you''re into rap.