- Legal Hustle
has been blackballed, in serious beefs, gone independent, and persevered
through it all. His latest offering, "Legal Hustle," is more
like a compilation than a solo project, and it'll definitely satisfy
his fans until his other projects are released, like the Ayatollah EP,
his collection of older tracks, and his new solo project.
"Let it Go," the first single off the album, is one of the
best cuts off the album as M.O.P comes through to set it off. "Beautiful
Mind" is another strong cut in which Cormega shines over a dope
piano-infused beat. Ayatollah laces Mega on "Bring it Back,"
in which Cormega gives a very dope tribute to Hip Hop. Dona, one of
Cormega's artists on his label Legal Hustle, comes through nice on "Personified,"
a gritty track produced by Spunk Bigga. Another solid cut is "Tony/Montana"
which features Tony Starks. The chemistry between Ghostface and Cormega
is tight, and that's what really makes this track pop off. Overall,
this is a solid album for those looking for dope lyrics with that classic
Hip Hop sound.
~By Brian Kayser