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    1. Sonshine
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      January 22, 2007
      Sonshine
      Metaphors, lyrics, beats, concepts, emotion, style, and message are all interwoven into a great compostion in this album. Ima Show em gives a call to action with a hook sure to keep people chanting along with it, They all fall down ask us to see beyond the now into the future of what we are working for and towards, The Antagonist is a confession of the struggles they go through as a individuals and a group, and Stop Bitin points out a pepieve of theirs to take the time as an artist make a completely original piece instead of just sampling other people's work and using it for yourself. All in all a great job by these guys and may God bless them for it.
    2. Roseanna Davis
      4 Stars Out Of 5
      December 4, 2006
      Roseanna Davis
      This is a really good cd.
    3. Everett Fowler
      4 Stars Out Of 5
      March 20, 2003
      Everett Fowler
      I still don't understand why Grits don't have a Grammy, they have some of the best music in rap. Grammatical Revolution, the duo second album, would be a perfect example of tight lyrics and good beats. Although album covers are not a big factor into buying an album, this one caught my attention instantly. The beginning of the album has a boy saying something that sound rehearsed, but it was cute. "They All Fall Down" maybe long, but it's tight and worth listening to. "It Takes Love" feat. Out of Eden (another group that needs a Grammy) is another worth hearing. Coffee and Bonafide surprised me with "Supreme Being"; the chinese symphonic music was perfect with the beat and to be honest Bonafide had the best lyric on this. My favorite track would be "Soundcheck"; this track is the ultimate party track that you can repeat constantly. In conclusion, Grits deserve as much respect as any other rap duo. Get the album for your friends and yourself.
    4. Charles McElveen a.k.a. C-Mac `
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      August 17, 2002
      Charles McElveen a.k.a. C-Mac `
      This is my first true rap album and Grits proves to be amazing! They show they can rap and know how to "kill" a track with Godly lyrics and awesome beats. "Ima Showem", "They All Fall Down", "Strugglin", and "The End" are just a few of this albums hits. Definitely a must buy. Also check their new album out. It is also definitely worth a buy or at least a peep!
    5. J-MAN
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      February 11, 2002
      J-MAN
      Other than some old DC TALK albums, this was my first true rap CD. It totally rocks! I really like IMA SHOWEM, SOUNDCHECK, and RETURN OF THE ANTAGONIST. If you like Grits, check out KNOWDAVERBS.
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