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Cormega "The True Meaning"  Reply with quote  

Seriously, I'm a full-fledged abstract hip-hop head, but how can I not respect this figure? Cormega embodies all that drew me to hip-hop in the first place. Honesty, struggle, hardship, and hope.

Anybody else feelin' this album hard?

If you haven't heard, I suggest you pick it up. Cormega reminds of the old school, but with an obvious new school strategy. The beats are kinda throwback too, but have some very good melodies and hard kicks. If Eminem's shitty album is gonna get 5 mics from the Source then this album surely deserved... like 7.
Post Wed Jul 03, 2002 2:46 pm
 
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heh.

Cormega... more like Mega Core...

punk.
Post Thu Jul 04, 2002 12:44 pm
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My boy copped a bootleg of that on Jamaica Ave and from what I heard it's hot. The Realness was one of my favorite LPs of 2001, and I thoroughly enjoyed his Hustler/Rapper compilation, so I'm especially looking forward to picking this one up the first time I see it on the shelf.
Post Fri Jul 05, 2002 6:17 am
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Varick_Pyr



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Cormega=STILL underrated

the album is just... GREAT.
Post Sat Jul 06, 2002 12:17 pm
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Tony@Beyond Space



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I like the album im not sure if i like it as much as The Realness yet.
Post Sat Jul 06, 2002 5:18 pm
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Yeah, Cormega definitely has talent, although his flow can be a little boring. Thankfully, most of his songs were short enough on Tha Realness for it to be tolerated. He still is an excellent lyricist, I'll have to get the True Meaning. Hopefully he won't have as many subliminal disses this time around.
Post Sun Jul 07, 2002 1:28 pm
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Tony@Beyond Space



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he doesnt diss Nas on this album he tells the story about how they dont get along and why/
Post Sun Jul 07, 2002 3:12 pm
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why?  Reply with quote  

what's his beef with nas?
Post Sun Jul 07, 2002 9:56 pm
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I was 3 feet away from cormega saturday @ his fatbeats L.A. in-store. really nice guy. check trickology.com for one of his drunkin' freestyles on c.m. fam-a-lam show.
Post Sun Jul 07, 2002 11:44 pm
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Since I first heard him, I've always respected him. I still play the "Tony Montana"(tetstement) bootleg.
Post Tue Jul 09, 2002 1:13 am
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understood but overlooked wrote:
Since I first heard him, I've always respected him. I still play the "Tony Montana"(tetstement) bootleg.

Do you got a tracklisting for that?
Post Tue Jul 09, 2002 1:29 am
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Yea, I'll look for it. It was his first relase back 98', I might be wrong but close. He was signed to def jam(violator), not sure if you remember him being on the survival of the illest(fittest) cd's in the Def Jam x-tra cd's held out in "Dmx, Onyx and Def Squad" cd's back then...

It's like 27 songs long, got alot of shit on it. Realy ill, Big pun's on it, busta rhymes, dmx and others...
Post Tue Jul 09, 2002 4:08 am
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