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Album Review: Z-Ro – "Meth"

div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”” imageanchor=”1″ style=”clear: left; cssfloat: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ hca=”true” height=”200″ src=”” width=”200″ //a/divstrongBy Hardcore Critic/strongbr /strongHip Hop Vibe Staff Writer/strongbr /br /Over the past decade, critics have pointed out how the quality of hip hop music has decreased. What has been overlooked is the work ethic of several rappers. Houston rapper, Z-Ro, has been among the hardest working rappers in the /br /Z-Ro has released an album a year, or more, for the past seven years and has shown no signs of slowing down. The latest album in his drug series is emMeth/em. The new album comes on the heels of his 2010 drug-themed release, emHeroin/ /br /With emMeth/em, Z-Ro continues his trend of melodic flows over the Southern beats. Despite other Houston-area rappers gaining more media attention, Z-Ro cements himself as one of the best rappers from Houston, of all-time. A decade ago, rappers became comfortable with singing on their records. Many rappers continue to sing, many off-key, but not Z-Ro, as he shows he can do both at /br /Z-Ro has anthems, such as his “H-Town Kinda” and street songs, such as the Bun B-assisted “Ro and Bun.” Those songs are what keeps the album creative and shows Z-Ro’s diversity as an artist. emMeth/em is one of the best albums of 2011 and it will likely go unheard by the masses. The album is currently in stores and is well worth a /br /strongHip Hop Vibe’s Rating: 7/10/strongdiv class=”blogger-post-footer”div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”
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