Vigilante - Raheem Reviews
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by - written on 16/06/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
"The Vigilante" was released in 1988 as the debut solo album from the Houston rapper Raheem. Starting his career as part of the original Geto Boys (prior to the days when Scarface and Willie D had been included), it finds him breaking away from the act with a little work on his own where he puts out a little more Hip Hop material to show what the south of the US had to say at a time when it was largely East Coast-dominated (reflected in the way in which he and the other Geto Boys from this time did). 1. "Dance Floor" The album gets off to a great start as we're drawn right into the mix of the album and we're taken into the ... Read the complete review
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