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Preface - Raydar Ellis - Late Pass (CD, Album)


2006
Label: Brick Records - TEG-BRK 066 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious, Boom Bap
Preface - Raydar Ellis - Late Pass (CD, Album)

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Listen to Late Pass on Spotify. Raydar Ellis · Album · · 17 g: Preface.

Though rapper Raydar Ellis is a very capable producer in his own right, on his full-length debut, Late Pass, he's more than willing to use other people's beats to back his rhymes if they hit him right. This makes for fantastic diversity within the album. From the warm Carolina soul of "Applause" and "Growth" to the near-club tracks "Whatchu Do Dat Deah" and "Shut Shit Down" to the backpacker feel in "I 4 an I" and "Pay Homage," List Price: $

 · Raydar Ellis - Late Pass. airtight flow that steals the album early on It should be clear by now that Late Pass hits all over the board - serious and humorous, modern and throwback. More Missing: Preface.

 · In the vein of Boston bred Hip Hop renaissance men like Insight and Edan, Raydar is most comfortable making music on his terms, rhyming, producing, scratching even mixing his own joints. With a refreshing album full of intelligent rhymes, soulful production, positive thoughts, laugh out loud humor and themed skits that would make Prince Paul proud, Late Pass is destined to have something .


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  1.  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Late Pass" on Discogs/5(3).

  2. Though rapper Raydar Ellis is a very capable producer in his own right, on his full-length debut, Late Pass, he's more than willing to use other people's beats to back his rhymes if they hit him right. This makes for fantastic diversity within the album. From the warm Carolina soul of "Applause" and "Growth" to the near-club tracks "Whatchu Do Dat Deah" and "Shut Shit Down" to the backpacker feel in "I 4 an I" and "Pay Homage," 8/

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