Sunz of Man

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It's good to see Sunz of Man still making albums. Their songs have never been too popular on the radio, and they've never really tried to appeal to the mainstream either, even while being part of the Wu-Tang Clan. Ghostface Killah makes his presence felt on this album on a couple of tracks, a nice addition, and although there isn't a whole lot new here, their music still has that grimy and gritty feel that it's always had. Still, even the Sunz of Man have made the evolution from strictly street talk to the money game, as seen on their track "Banksta'z." Many parts of the album have a slow-moving, methodical style; the beats are almost too slow to bob your head to. RZA comes through with a verse, Ghostface collaborates on a few tracks, Madam D does as well, and there's a really surprising guest verse by West Coast rapper MC Eiht. Method Man shows up for the outro and doesn't drop a verse, which won't make sense to more than a few listeners. Still, the record has a complete feel with RZA and Fatal Son on production, and is a worthy addition to the Wu-Tang family of records.

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