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Hell Razah (ft. R.A. The Rugged Man) – Return Of The Renaissance (Official Music Video) REACTION

Most of today’s hip-hop artists grew up listening to Wu-Tang Clan, but how many grew up rapping with them? Hell Razah, for one. The Brooklyn-bred MC spent his teenage years under the Clan’s tutelage as a member of Wu offshoot Sunz of Man, sharpening his lyrical sword alongside older MCs like GZA, Ghostface, and Killah Priest during the Clan’s glorious 90s heyday. After three Sunz of Man albums and countless guest appearances and collaborations, Razah released his acclaimed debut The Renaissance in 2007, and Nature Sounds now presents his long-awaited follow-up, Heaven Razah. Since releasing his first solo mixtape in 2001, Hell Razah has become one of the most prolific artists in hip-hop’s underground. He’s released collaborative albums with Wu-Tang producer 4th Disciple and Babygrande Records production team Blue Sky Black Death, and has been an active member of a remarkable number of groups, most notably the underground supergroup Black Market Militia (along with Killah Priest, Tragedy Khadafi, and Timbo King), the Brooklyn-repping duo T.H.U.G. Angelz (along with Shabazz The Disciple), and various incarnations of Sunz of Man. While Razah enjoys collaborating with his peers, he held off on guest spots for Heaven Razah, with only R.A. The Rugged Man, Timbo, and Shabazz making appearances. “I wanted to show that I can hold my own,” he explains. “To me, features look like mixtapes. If you go back and look at classic albums like Illmatic, there weren’t a lot of features.” Crafting a classic album by oneself is no easy task, but Razah was up to the challenge. “I participated with everything on this album. I did a lot of...

Hell Razah & Blue Sky Black Death – Razah’s Ladder

We decided to make a throwback in 2007 with the album by Blue Sky Black Death and Hell Razah “Razah’s Ladder”. It was recorded after Hell Razah’s father had passed away.. this is a special album to him. You will find below a very interesting review that gives a good approach of this work. Album Review “Our father Jacob is having a dream,“ Hell Razah recounts at the outset of the excellent Razah’s Ladder. “And in this dream he sees a ladder that’s set up on the earth, and the top of it reaches into the heaven. He say he can hail the angels of Yahweh, ascending and descending on this ladder, and when he look to the top of it, he saw the creator of the universe: Yahweh. He who is, he who was, and he who shall be.” Over Blue Sky Black Death’s lonely saxophone, the telling of the Old Testament tale is a perfect intro for the brooding Ladder; right away, Razah establishes himself as the wise seer, tugging at his thick beard as he explains the ways of the world, as he bring us up his ladder one rung at a time. Samples from the poorly aging Tarantino-lite Boondock Saints are awkward but easy to ignore thanks to Razah’s engaging, often cryptic lyrics, especially his oblique Judaism references. Razah, who came up with the Wu-Tang-affiliated Sunz of Man and has run solo since 2001’s When All Hell Breaks Loose, has, as far as I can tell, no explicit association with Judaism. (He says on 2004’s “What Gangstas Do”: “I injure players like Ray Lewis, vests...

Hell Razah – Heaven Razah album by Francisco McCurry

Hell Razah – Heaven Razah Nature Sounds: 2010 It’s common critical drag nowadays that post-Forever Wu Tang Clan and their affiliates have come across some less than luminous times. Outside of Ghost’s discography, and Rae’s OB4CL II, most of their material has been less than memorable. The symbol lost its mystique, the sound became pendantic and repetitive, and the groups splintering and in-fighting left fans searching for other next shit. One could even say that it’s unfair to judge or look at much of the recent music as part of that Wu Tang umbrella. Most of the artist don’t rock over Rza production, or have formed their own crews and identities. Over the past decade, after the unraveling of Sunz of Man, Hell Razah has soldiered on. Razah has released a steady stream of solo and collaborative work to positive acclaim and a small, yet healthy fan base. Staying rooted in the self-righteous, Zulu inspired, biblical-ghetto parable narratives with his pen, and the murky, yet blues-infused soul-chops that won many of us over back in 93, Heaven Razah is definitely shimmering leaf on the expansive family tree. Heaven Razah firmly sounds like an album set to speak “truth” to a wayward, “devil”-serving culture, lost in materialism. The album also examines the role of the hesitant thug immersed in gun play, robberies, and the drug game while trying to find their angel spirit and repent for their sins. One of the strongest efforts is the Bronze Nazareth produced “Book of Heaven Razah”. Hell Razah compresses and shares many theological and cosmological ideas over an elegant string chop acting as a...
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