New Man Theme - Mr. Lif - I Phantom (CD, Album)

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  1. I Phantom is slightly less politically aggressive than the EP in overall aesthetic, with blue-collar rhymes over hype, funky tracks with great production by Fakts One, DJ Hype, Edan, and Lif himself. The guest appearances on the mic by Akrobatik, a fellow fledgling Bostonion, Edan, Aesop Rock, El-P, and Jean Grae make all the tracks quality and.
  2. Album Description. Mr. Lif brought hip-hop back in In an era wracked by warfare and rising economic inequality, the Boston MC helped restore a feeling that had drowned in the mainstream. The album—currently being re-issued by Mello Music Group—was called I Phantom.
  3. i fucking love mr lif's rapping. dude's voice is monotone in the best way possible and his flow and rhyme schemes rival nas in terms of "heady backpack rap" type shit. obviously the lyrics are the best part about this and despite the fact that the timeline of it can get a little cluttered (i had to check the cd liner notes to make sense of everything) it's incredibly captivating once you get.
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  5. Legendary Boston MC Mr. Lif has signed a multi-album deal with Mello Music Group for & His first new project will be out by early next year, but to hold fans over, MMG will reissue his classic album I Phantom on November 27th. For those new to this classic, I Phantom showcases production by El-P, Edan, Insight, DJ Fakts One, and NASA.
  6. Mr Lif embraced I Heard It Today using the album as a tool to address various political issues affecting people all over the world. I Heard It Today is the third full-length studio album by Mr. Lif. The album was released on April 21, on Mr. Lif's own label Bloodbot Tactical Enterprises. Mr.
  7. Mr. Lif brought hip-hop back in In an era wracked by warfare and rising economic inequality, the Boston MC helped restore a feeling that had drowned in the mainstream. The album—currently being re-issued by Mello Music Group—was called I Phantom. The .
  8. At the end of his debut album, I Phantom, Mr. Lif takes a moment to contemplate something that's become obligatory hiphop subject matter: his own death. Fo.

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