Deepspace5-Unique, Just Like Everyone Else (2005)

My Rating: 95% (A+)

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Metacritic Rating: N/A

Average Rating: 95% (A+)

Tracklist (Standout songs underlined):

  1. Talk Music
  2. Wingspan
  3. Crumbs
  4. Embrace
  5. Mechanical Advantage
  6. Truth Be Told
  7. Half-Hearted
  8. Free Checking
  9. One And The Same
  10. Cityscaping
  11. If I Don’t Make It
  12. Brilliant
  13. Axe To Grind
  14. Start Right Here
  15. I Feel So Bad
  16. The Last One
  17. They Say
  18. Last Ditch Effort
  19. One For The Road

Favourite Song on Album:

Listen to This Album When You’re:

Looking for a weird hip-hop album to expand your mind.

Thoughts on Album Cover:

It’s amazing, I love this cover.

Want to Own on Vinyl?:

So badly yes.

Final Thoughts:

If an underground hip hop super group didn’t sound meta and/or pretentious enough, there is Deepspace5 an underground Christian hip hop super group. Including some of the most popular underground Christian rappers of the time (Manchild, Playdough, and Sivion to name a few), Deepspace5 stands the test of time and become more than their sub-genre. A lot of times the culture writes off emcees just because they have that “Christian” label, as if that somehow makes them inferior and unable to release anything of note. Unfortunately for that train of thought is how other emcees embrace talented emcees regardless of sub-genre or belief. Deepspace5 has preformed with MF Doom, KRS-One, and Atmosphere to name a few, that doesn’t happen to weak emcees. Deepspace5 breaks through the assumed expectation of Christian Hip Hop and makes a truly solid underground album that should be considered alongside such super groups as Doomtree, Living Legends and Hieroglyphics.

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