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|P. Dennis Mitchell||Producer|
|D. Andrew Franklin||Producer|
|Jonathan Mannion||Cover Photo|
|J. Backues Neal||Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
Cormega is a very sophisticated rapper. Him and AZ are alike because of the intelligent word play. Cormega is a lot different than some of his QB comrads. True Meaning is a dope album. The beats, lyrics, and content will have you breaking your neck in your car while listening to it. You have dope producers, rhymes, and meaning. This is a must have.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
To anybody who is into true hiphop not commercial rap this album is something you will like. the album is something you must play in your stereo the music is just thumping. You will be show into the beats and music might miss the message cormega is trying to speak. the album start off with the song introspective here mega gives brief history off life story and he also gives a salute to the fallen rap king biggie smalls. after this song comes Verball graffiti which was produce by hangman 3. this song has that feel of what hiphop was like back in the early 90s. there is some dope scratching on this song and cormega brings it with the lyrics on this. the next song is for the mother that have deal with the struggle of life. live ya life sorta of reminds me of that Tupac song ''keep your head up''. A couple tracks down we have the song Legacy. this song cormega dedication to all people he grew up with in Queensbridge. this has ill beat which was produce by Alchemist. I guess you are wondering is there a song about Nas. For those that do not these two mcs had beef with each for sometime. But on the song Love in love out Cormega seems to let go of his angers for Nas, but Cormega seems to state that he is upset that Nas would let the rap business end a friendship that was there before the money,fame,and glory. you must listen to this song becomes everybody lose a friend over something very deep. then we come to the song ''Soul Food'' I guess you would categorize this as a love song but not in the style of LL Cool J ''I need love'' in this Mega raps about girl he is intimate but has a boyfriend this song hit me as strange becuase Cormega is the outside person letting the girl know its wrong what they are doing to her man. Cormega never say the word I love you But mega show this girl he cares and that she not the type of women he would like to share. now to my favorite song on the CD also the last song on the cd. Therapy is one of those song that gives me hope about hiphop that it will not die. A very nice laid back beat where Cormega just drop some classic lines. Over all I have to give this album a 5 stars becuase it remind me of what hiphop was before this bling-bling of rap. IF you are truly into real hiphop you must have album to your collection.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.