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Body of the Life Force
     

Body of the Life Force

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by Afu-Ra
 

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Five years after debuting with a few rhymes on Jeru's The Sun Rises in the East, Afu-Ra released his full-length debut, Body of the Life Force. Though his first single, 1998's "Whirlwind Thru Cities" (also included here), shows the influence of Jeru, elsewhere he's definitely his own man. Optimistic and

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Five years after debuting with a few rhymes on Jeru's The Sun Rises in the East, Afu-Ra released his full-length debut, Body of the Life Force. Though his first single, 1998's "Whirlwind Thru Cities" (also included here), shows the influence of Jeru, elsewhere he's definitely his own man. Optimistic and spiritual where Jeru was aggressive and metaphysical, Afu-Ra has dozens of good lyrical ideas, though he often phrases the same way, with a heavy focus on multiple internal rhymes à la Rakim. Fortunately, there's a parade of solid productions lending variety, led by Muggs on "Soul Assassination" and DJ Premier on "Mic Stance" and "Defeat." Afu-Ra also invited a few guests, and the collaborations are welcome: GZA matches wits on "Bigacts Littleacts," Cocoa Brovaz and Jahdan show up on "D&D Soundclash" (Afu-Ra's salute to his roots at the legendary D&D Studios), and Wu-Tang's Masta Killa leads him into hardcore territory for "Mortal Kombat."

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Release Date:
10/24/2000
Label:
Koch Records
UPC:
0099923821021
catalogNumber:
8210

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Body of the Life Force 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a refreshing new joint Afu blessed us with. Lyrically he's incredible and his flow is always on point. All the producers laced him with classic beats (especially Primo and that Muggs classic). All the guests vocalists work well with Afu - my favorites are Masta Killa on ''Mortal Kombat'' and Ky-Many Marley on ''Equality.'' Please don't sleep on this cat, support him and help him blow up cause we need more stuff like this in hip-hop.