Black Moon may have had an underground sound, but they truly emerged at a time when the hip hop world was literally being dominated by the West Coast sound. In 1993, they released Enta Da Stage, an album that STILL knocks til this very day. They might not have made sn impact in record sales, but this album represents the Black Moon click at their very BEST, completely in their primes. Here's the review:
Album Highlights: Although there's NO filler, and every song on this album is a banger, check out these gems: N*** Talk ***t, Who Got Da Props, Son Get Wrec, Black Smif N Wessun, Buck Em Down, Make Munne, S**t Iz Real, I Got Cha Opin, Enta Da Stage, How Many MCs, and U Da Man.
Production: Thumbs up, the very first classic material from the Beatminerz.
Lyrics and Subject Matter: Thumbs up.
Originality: Thumbs up.
The Last Word: Some may say that Black Moon were ahead of their time. I don't know about that, but in 93, that had the underground sound that most still embrace today. This debut is one CLASSIC, featuring some of Buckshot's greatest material. It couldn't have dropped at a better time. Overall, I STRONGLY recommend this album.
I would recommend this to a friend
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