Canibus Drops The Kind Of Verse That Made Him Famous In New Song (Audio)

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So many artists can never seem to find the pocket that made them notable in the first place. Changing time, circumstances, and influences can pull any talent away from their origins. With Canibus, the onetime Fugees/Def Squad/Lost Boyz affiliate certainly has explored conceptually and with his beats. However, the Jamaican-born, Queens-bred MC always seems to find his way back to the kind of technical rhyming, with intricate wordplay and vocabulary that has kept him in the lineage of Rakim and Lakim Shabazz.

With African representative Modenine and Mark Deez, ‘Bis bodies the Coalmine Records track “Super Human,” with the kind of rhyming that says so.


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