Black Bastards

KMD - Black Bastards
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Based on 43 ratings
2001 Ratings: #100
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January 1, 2001 / Release Date
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ReadyRock / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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This is pretty good
MF DOOM wasn't the incredibly curious figure he is before MF DOOM.
im not exactly sure how i feel. there were no great tracks, some good ones but not standout best. but as a cohesive album, it worked really well. as there always is in any dumile project, there are just too many skits. thats what really brings this album down for me. however, the verses are really good, as is the production, which was just what made 80's and 90's hip hop great all put into one piece of music.
fav tracks: sweet premium wine, gimme
Fav Tracks: What A Niggy Know, Smokin' That S*@%!, Plumskinnz (Oh No I Don't Believe It), F*@# Wit' Ya Head!!
A consistently good album with a few great stand out moments and solid sample work that's quite similar to what we'd come to hear on Dumile's future projects. My only real issue is that it drags a bit in the middle, but the beginning and end more than make up for it.


Best Track(s): Get-U-Now, What a Nigga Know, Sweet Premium Wine, F*#@ wit' Ya Head, Suspended Animation
Worst Track: It Sounded Like a Roc
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