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After delving into upbeat, electronic music on 2009′s The Takeover, Oakland hip-hop stalwarts Zion I enter a new phase of their chameleonic career with Atomic Clock (November 9th, Gold Dust), a moody, emotional record inspired by the group’s longtime admiration for reggae and dub.

While the group’s roots are still firmly planted in hip-hop, Atomic Clock’s cavernous, atmospheric vibe recalls both the classic roots reggae of Max Romeo and The Congos and forward-thinking dub mixing of… read more



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  • Avatar for FluffyUnderwear
    Love it!
  • Avatar for TheAbbott
    By the way I never said that hyped beats are wack, I'm just sayin I don't dig them. But strangely enough, so far I haven't heard a lyrically dope shit spitted over this type of beats. Fuck outta here. This album's below average and there are no two minds about it. Get yourself on a higher intelligence level than Bob and Drake before tryin to argue with me for the fifth time meanwhile sending me at least two times a friend request. Go and comment the EXtrez dope chart for 2010. Sick of ya'll.
  • Avatar for TheAbbott
    You're out of your damn years. Nobody's listening to lyrics anymore.
  • Avatar for mhunke
    you're out of your damn mind
  • Avatar for TheAbbott
    I won't say it's wack cause some people might dig those beats but it's undoubtedly the worst Zion I album.
  • Avatar for airlock24
    this album is a grower

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