Thursday, March 27, 2014

Allah Mathematics - The Problem [2005]

01: Intro
02: C What I C (feat. Eyeslow & T-Slugz)
03: Strawberries & Cream (feat. Allah Real, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck & RZA)
04: Can I Rise? (feat. Hot Flames)
05: John 3:16 (feat. Method Man & Panama P.I.)
06: Winta Sno (feat. Ali Vegas, Eyeslow & L.S.)
07: Two Shots of Henny (feat. Allah Real, Angie Neal, Buddah Bless, Eyeslow, Hot Flames & Panama P.I.)
08: Bullet Scar (feat. T-Slugz)
09: Real Nillaz (feat. Buddah Bless, Eyeslow, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon)
10: Coach Talk (feat. Bald Head & Starr)
11: Rush (feat. GZA & Method Man)
12: U.S.A. (feat. Buddah Bless, Eyeslow, Ghostface Killah, Hot Flames, Masta Killa, Panama P.I., Todd & T-Slugz)
13: Tommy (feat. Allah Real, Angie Neal, Bald Head & Eyeslow)
14: Break That (feat. Masta Killa, Ol' Dirty Bastard & U-God)
15: Outro
16: Spot Lite (feat. Cappadonna, Inspectah Deck, Method Man & U-God)

REUPLOAD: Mathematics returns with a follow-up album whose music is vibrant, dynamic and lyrically backed by the Wu Tang Clan and family. Originally the Clan's road DJ, Mathematics finally surfaced as a true producer on last year's Love, Hell or Right. Mathematics sticks to the hardcore, time-tested Wu-Tang style: rough, rambunctious beats, MC's firing off back to back, no R&B, just hardcore hip hop. But Math's adherence to the 'Wu-Tang Manual' doesn't end with his production design or his family-first selection of guest MC's; the album stays loyal in content as well. Wu-Tang trained their 'student' not just in the art of rhyming, but in self-empowerment and spirituality. In short, they fought for a better tomorrow. The Problem centers around the same idealism, the same principles. Mathematics focuses much of the content on the issues affecting Black youths and the problems in America's ghettos. Nature Sounds. 2005.


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